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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Micargi Mustang. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- One lowrider aficionado said that riding the Mustang felt smooth and effortless.
- It was felt that the moon-bar handlebars suited the Mustang’s geometry.
- Riders liked the plush, sprung saddle.
- Owners described the frame as ‘sturdy enough‘.
- The Mustang was lauded for its clean good-looks and beautiful paintwork.
- Riders found the stock grips to be comfortable.
- Lowrider fans dug the wheels with their 68-spoke rims.
- The whitewall tires were attractive.
5 reasons not to buy
- In general, componentry was seen as low quality. Specific criticism was ladled out for the fork, grips, fender struts and cranks.
- A few consumers felt that the Mustang was overpriced.
- Damage was rife. Bent forks and fenders were fairly common, as was scratching. One owner received a bike with a bent fork, bent cranks, bent fenders and various scratches. Other damage included broken grips and paint chips.
- Owners commented that decals were really stickers – and that they looked terrible.
- Instructions were generic and not specifically helpful for the Mustang.