It's generally a good idea to be nice to your neighbors. And while your car might sound amazing roaring down the open road, it might be fair to say you should keep it a bit quieter when you're cruising through your neighborhood.

Depending on your car, that can be easier said than done. The 2018 Ford Mustang GT, for instance, has a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine under its hood. How are you supposed to keep that quiet?

Don't worry, Ford has your back. The automaker recently announced that the Mustang GT will have access to a pair of Quiet modes: Quiet Start and Quiet Exhaust. When these are active, the engine's valves will stay closed, reducing your car's running noises to a reasonable 72 decibels. These options can be turned on and off with a few simple button presses. It's also easy to set up custom time windows, during which the GT's Quiet features will trigger automatically.

The 2018 Ford Mustang and Mustang GT are full of little options like this, designed to make your life easier. To learn more about the experience they offer, get in touch with Clinton Auto Group. We'll answer your questions and show you the highlights of our inventory. We have a wide selection of new Ford cars, including Mustang's from previous years.

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