Page 6 and 7 of the 1991 Ford Mustang promotional brochure shows a Medium Titanium Mustang 2-door coupe with styled road wheels. Also shown are the other two LX bodystyles of an Oxford White convertible with cast aluminum wheels and a Light Crystal Blue clearcoat metallic hatchback. Mustang LX The standard LX, featured on these two pages, is a perfect example of the Mustang credo. Provide a lot of value, a lot of driver satisfaction and a whole lot of fun. Mustang LX is powered by a responsive 2.3 liter overhead cam 4-cylinder engine with eight spark plugs. This advanced powerplant uses two plugs per cylinder, computer-designed intake ports and tuned air intake runners to provide high combustion efficiency. The standard 5-speed manual transmission (fifth gear overdrive), adds to the responsiveness and fun. The LX suspension system utilized nitrogen gas-pressurized hydraulic struts and a stabilizer bar in front along with nitrogen gas-pressurized hydraulic shocks in the rear. Power rack-and-pinion steering and power brakes are also standard fare. And LX is well equipped, too. Inside are reclining low back bucket seats and center console. Also standard is full analog instrumentation along with electronic AM/FM stereo search radio with four speakers. Versatile Mustang hatchback models feature a split fold rear seat and fully carpeted cargo area with 30 cubic feet of space (both seat backs folded down) and a window shade-type cover. To make any Mustang LX even more appealing, order Preferred Equipment Package 240A. It includes these desirable equipment items: power side windows, dual electric mirrors, power door locks, power decklid/liftgate release, electronic AM/FM stereo radio with cassette tape player, speed control, cargo tie-down net, styled road wheels and front floor mats.
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