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Ford Kuga 4×4 (2012 – ) expert review

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.


Ford Fiesta ST hatchback (2013 – ) expert review

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 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 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 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.


Ford C-MAX MPV (2011 – ) expert review

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.


Ford Grand C-MAX MPV (2007 – ) expert review

The latest Ford C-MAX range is split into two, with the Grand C-MAX gaining two extra seats to take on the Volkswagen Touran. The extra seats are easy to fold and the sliding doors make it easy to get into and out of.

Date added: Monday 10 January 2011.


Ford Mondeo Estate (2007 – ) expert review

The Ford Mondeo Estate is a large family car which is one of the best all-rounders available at any price. It is great to drive, and takes the Mondeo upmarket.

Date added: Thursday 06 January 2011.


Ford Focus Coupe-Cabriolet convertible (2006 – 2011) expert review

The Ford Focus Coupe-Cabriolet is one of the better looking cars in its class and it’s also one of the best to drive, too. However despite this drop-top Focus being very desirable, residuals are surprisingly poor.

Date added: Friday 03 December 2010.


Ford Fusion hatchback (2002 – 2012) expert review

The Ford Fusion is an ageing Fiesta offshoot that is starting to look very dated but it’s still spacious, surprisingly good to drive and reasonably cheap to buy. But it’s not too refined.

Date added: Monday 29 November 2010.

Ford news


Geneva 2014: Ford Focus

The Ford Focus is the UK’s best-selling family hatchback, and this series of changes should see it cement that position.

Date added: Tuesday 04 March 2014.


New Ford Focus revealed

The revised third-generation Ford Focus has been revealed this week ahead of its public debut at next week’s Geneva Motor Show. It features revised styling, new engines and updated equipment and technology.

Date added: Monday 24 February 2014.


Classic Ads: Ford Granada

Back in the ’80s, status mattered. Greed was good, profit was all, and business was king. Making money suddenly became not just desirable, but fashionable, too. And, of course, the best way to advertise the fact that you were a mover and a shaker was through your choice of transport.

Date added: Tuesday 24 December 2013.


Ford’s new Ecosport SUV reviewed

SUVs and crossovers are shrinking as fast as their sales are rising, with many makers racing to offer alternatives to the likes of the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur. Now, Ford is entering the market with the Ecosport, a model designed in Brazil as a low-cost SUV, and which will be shipped here from its Indian factory

Date added: Wednesday 11 December 2013.

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