FORD car reviews
The Ford Mondeo Estate is a brilliant family wagon, with an enormous passenger compartment, an even more enormous boot, and some clever touches to make it even more practical. It’s also sensational to drive, with a great balance of ride and handling, and exemplary refinement. However, if you value interior quality, generous luxury kit and strong performance, there are some rivals that do those things better.
Date added: Friday 13 February 2015.
The Ford Mondeo is sensational to drive, with a great balance of ride and handling and exemplary refinement. It’s also a spacious and practical family car, and some seriously clever safety kit is available. It’s a really impressive all-rounder. However, if you value interior quality, generous luxury kit and strong performance, there are some rivals that do those things better.
Date added: Friday 13 February 2015.
Ford Focus 1.5TDCi (s/s) Titanium X Hatchback 5dr Diesel Manual (98 g/km, 118 bhp) Hatchback (2014 - ) expert review
The Ford Focus is better than it’s ever been before, with a range of cracking engines, an attractive and useable interior and a driving experience that’s a match for anything else in the class. Granted, it can’t match the best in class on practicality, quality or standard equipment, but it’s still a good all-rounder.
Date added: Wednesday 12 November 2014.
Ford EcoSport 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium (X Pack) Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (125 g/km, 123 bhp) Hatchback (2013 - ) expert review
The EcoSport has some drawbacks – not least the interior finish, its lacklustre performance and economy, and its four-star Euro NCAP crash test rating – but it’s a striking and roomy vehicle that’s quite keenly priced and easy to drive and live with. If its drawbacks don’t bother you too much, it’s worth a look.
Date added: Friday 09 May 2014.
The Ford Kuga doesn’t entertain on the road like other Fords do, but with good comfort and refinement, it has plenty of other attributes. It’s also well-equipped and comes with some cracking diesel engines.
Date added: Friday 13 September 2013.
The Ford Fiesta ST looks the part, it’s fantastic fun to drive and it’s available for a bargain pricetag. That’s pretty much everything you could ask from a good hot hatch. Simply brilliant.
Date added: Monday 17 June 2013.
Ford B-Max 1.0 EcoBoost (s/s) Zetec MPV 5dr Petrol Manual (114 g/km, 123 bhp) MPV (2012 - ) expert review
The Ford B-Max is a very clever take on the small MPV. It’s built on the same platform as a Ford Fiesta, but it’s a bit longer, taller and packs a very innovative pair of rear doors that makes entry easier. It’s good to drive, too, but the boot could be bigger and most versions are a little pricey.
Date added: Monday 20 August 2012.
Ford Focus 1.6 EcoBoost Titanium Navigator Estate 5dr Petrol Manual (137 g/km, 148 bhp) Estate (2011 - ) expert review
The Ford Focus Estate is a good-looking addition to the line-up of Britain's best-selling car. It's also more practical and packed with equipment.
Date added: Wednesday 29 June 2011.
Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Hatchback 5dr Petrol Manual (136 g/km, 103 bhp) Hatchback (2011 - ) expert review
The third generation Ford Focus is more refined, efficient and safer than ever before, although it lacks the sharp-edged driving thrills of previous models.
Date added: Tuesday 22 March 2011.
The latest Ford C-MAX is Ford’s answer to families that have outgrown the Focus. It’s roomy and practical; has plenty of clever technology, along with curvy, stylish exterior styling.
Date added: Monday 10 January 2011.
Luxurious £30k version of Ford's flagship targets executive-car buyers
Date added: Friday 17 April 2015.
These are Auto Trader's Top 5 favourite small family hatches
Date added: Wednesday 15 April 2015.
Ivan Aistrop tests the facelifted version of Ford's MPV range
Date added: Tuesday 14 April 2015.
Ford has revealed the all-new 320bhp Focus RS
Date added: Tuesday 03 February 2015.