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2017 Ford Escape is simple and sophisticated

The Ford Escape is not a complicated crossover. Its basic underpinnings are derived from the Focus and the interior of our test vehicle is not particularly posh. Yet, driving and using it proves the vehicle is also sophisticated. A couple…

2016 Ford Explorer Gets Quilted & Chromed

  Since Ford jettisoned its European luxury brands, it’s been trying to figure out how to stay in the luxury game.  Sure, there’s Lincoln, but also room under the Blue Oval for more upscale models – especially those looking at…

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2015 Ford F-150 Is A Better Truck — At A Price

It’s safe to say no full-size pickup has ever employed so much new technology in one splurge.  From aerospace materials to the latest electronics and creature comforts, the Ford F-150 defends its jelly beans with more than just reputation.  The…

The Silence Of The Vans: 2015 Ford Transit Connect Vs. 2015 Nissan NV200 Vs. 2015 Mazda5

A “We Let the Dog Decide” Comparison Test Thriller Starring Roxy Hamel While searching for the best cargo van for her other side job as a consultant for the FBI, in which she has become well known for following creepy…

2015 Ford Mustang Is Finally A Great Car

Despite more than 9 million cars produced over 50 years, the Mustang has never been a particularly great car. Sure, its style is iconic, and it can blow the doors off the best of them, but interiors were hideously cheap…

2015 Ford Expedition Brings The Whole Ranch

While General Motors dominates the full-size SUV segment with highly polished gems, Ford has been less than enthusiastic about spending precious resources on its full-size SUVs — namely, the Expedition.  It simply had to age gracefully while the team in Dearborn,…

First Ride: 2015 Ford F-150 Loses 700 Pounds, Does 360 Better Than Anderson Cooper

Anytime you’re as big and loveable as the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters and then suddenly lose 700 pounds, people will wonder if you can stay mean yet will often note how great you look – as well as…

Detroit Brings The Heat To 2014: A Recap Of The North American International Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show began with the Chevy Silverado and Corvette winning North American Car and Truck of the year, then heated up through unveilings of cars as diverse as the next Honda Fit, Hyundai Genesis, Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept, Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, and these noteworthy rides:

2014 Ford Fusion Energi: The Fusion Gets Plugged

Ford’s Euro-designed Fusion sedan is a pretty handsome ride, and it’s loaded with all of the latest technology. However, it’s what you don’t see on first glance that will spark attention. Check out the little round door on the front fender. Strange place for gas, right? It’s not a Porsche or old VW Beetle, so yep, this Fusion has been plugged.

2015 Ford Mustang Is Stellar, Baby!

Ford Mustang loyalists have been salivating for a full year, ever since execs spilled the tea that the iconic pony would get a facelift that even Joan Rivers would envy. Ford has had to tread carefully, though, in conjuring up its new, fierce design: it dare not ruffle the feathers of longtime Mustang lovers by un-buffing their beloved muscle car. The stallions under the hood of the Mustang, after all, couldn’t be replaced by mere mares! Designers also had to create eye-candy that looked modern and sexy enough to make Chevy Camaro enthusiasts turn their heads in the Mustang’s direction. And the next-gen vehicle had to be more fuel-efficient to boot.