1991 Mustang GT vs. 5.0L GLX, GL & L

Differences - '91 GT vs. 5.0L LX

We get lots of questions about the differences between the GT and 5.0L LX Mustang so here's a quick summary.

 


1991 Mustang GT
1991 Mustang 5.0L LX
Exterior Standard Equipment
fog lamps
not available on LX
ground effects package
(front air dam and side and rear skirts with integrated spats embossed with "Mustang GT")
not available on LX
unique GT rear spoiler (NA on convertibles)
standard Mustang rear spoiler (only on hatchbacks)
louvered (body color) wraparound taillamps with bi-colored lenses
non-louvered taillamps
P225/55ZR16 BSW performance tires
P225/55ZR16 BSW all-season performance tires
5-spoke cast aluminum wheels
same as GT
"5.0" fender badges
same as GT
other standard Mustang features - remote control mirrors, tinted glass and interval windshield wipers
same as GT
Interior Standard Equipment
articulated front sport seats in cloth with power lumbar support and adjustable side bolsters
same as GT
electronic AM/FM stereo seek radio with 4 speakers and digital clock
same as GT
full instrumentation - tach, trip odometer, voltmeter, temperature, fuel, oil pressure gauges
same as GT
alert lights for low coolant and low oil check
same as GT
dual illuminated visor mirrors (NA on convertible)
same as GT
other standard Mustang features - pivoting header-mounted map light (hatchbacks), console with armrest, split-fold rear seat, cargo area cover (hatchbacks), light group, doors with full length armrests and map pockets
same as GT
Functional Standard Equipment
sport tuned dual exhausts - turn down tips exiting under rear skirt
sport tuned dual exhausts - chrome tips extending from back of rear wheel to rear bumper
5.0L EFI HO V8 engine
same as GT
5-speed manual transmission
same as GT
traction-lok axle
same as GT
handling suspension incl: modified MacPherson front suspension with coil springs (variable rate), larger diameter stabilizer bar and nitrogen gas-pressurized hydraulic struts, 4-bar link rear suspension with coil springs and nitrogen gas-pressurized hydraulic struts, quadra-shock rear suspension with vertically mounted nitrogen gas-pressurized hydraulic shocks, horizontally mounted axle dampers with freon-filled bag, .79" stabilizer bar, and variable-rate coil springs
same as GT
other standard Mustang features - power rack and pinion steering with 14.7:1 ratio, power front disc/rear drum brakes, drivers side air bag, front/rear seat 3 point belts/shoulder harnesses
same as GT
Colors
some interior and exterior colors available on LX are not available on GT - i.e. Crystal Blue interior and Light Crystal Blue paint not available on GT
some interior and exterior colors available on GT are not available on LX - i.e. Ultra Blue and lower Titanium paint not available on LX