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2017 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

17 ford mustang gt convertible thumbnailYou’d think for a car available non-stop since 1965 there’d be more than six generations to the legendary Mustang‘s credit, but Ford ran the first generation (the many iterations of which any genuine car enthusiast equally loves and lusts after) for eight years and made even better use of the 1979–1993 third-gen Fox bodied model. more
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2017 Ford F-150 Lariat SuperCrew 4×4 Special Edition

17 ford f-150 lariat supercrew ecoboost 4x4 thumbnailF-150 buyers love their special editions, and I must admit the new 2017 Lariat Special Edition upgrade added to my SuperCrew 3.5 Ecoboost 4×4 tester is something I could definitely fall for as well. This thing looks fabulous! I can’t tell you how many rubbernecking stares I got while driving around town, and my neighborhood more
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2017 Ford Focus ST

17 ford focus st thumbnailYou don’t need to spend a lot of money to own a serious performance car. Volkswagen GTI and Honda Civic Si fans have known this for years, while more recently the same can be said of blue oval aficionados. I’m not talking the cult of Mustang, but rather those who bow to the initials “ST”. more
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2017 Ford Fusion Energi Platinum

17_ford_fusion_energi_platinum_thumbnailWe certainly have a lot of engine alternatives these days. While oil burners are becoming less prevalent among cars due to Volkswagen’s Dieselgate scandal, various types of hybrid and full electrics are available from most manufacturers. “Energi” is Ford-speak for plug-in hybrid or PHEV, a technology that straddles the middle ground between an HEV (Hybrid more
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2017 Ford Escape Titanium AWD

17 ford escape titanium awd thumbnailFord gave its popular Escape compact crossover SUV a major update for this 2017 model year, making it look like a smaller Edge in the process. This will be good news if you like Ford’s mid-size five-seat SUV, but I must say the Escape has certainly lost some of its unique character after swapping its more
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The Return of the Ranger

ranger-thumbnailIt’s official – at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Ford announced the return of the Ranger pickup truck in 2019, and we say it’s about darn time! Ford’s Joe Hinrichs revealed at the Detroit Auto Show that the European-market Ford Ranger (shown here) would act as the basis for the U.S. more
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2016 Ford Flex Limited Ecoboost AWD

16 ford flex limited ecoboost awd thumbnailAm I the only one who loves the Ford Flex? I know I’m not totally alone, because Ford sold a grand total of 19,570 across the nation last year and 6,425 during the first three months of 2016, so more than a few of us square blocks are looking for something unique and innovative while the more
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2016 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

16_ford_mustang_gt_convertible_new_thumbnail2016 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 75 degrees. Hardly a cloud in the sky. A bright yellow Mustang GT Convertible. Life doesn’t get much better. It’s just another beautiful spring day, ideal conditions for one of the most iconic drop-tops in existence. The 5.0-liter V8 reverberates off downtown shop windows, the car’s reflection making almost as more
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2016 Ford Mustang Ecoboost Fastback Review

2016 Ford Mustang Ecoobost Fastback2016 Ford Mustang Ecoboost Fastback Consider me a concerned Mustang citizen, but when Ford first revealed photos of this generation pony car I wasn’t quite sure what to think. Had they gone too far in an attempt to modernize their classic muscle car? Like most everyone I’ve now seen more than my fair share of more
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2016 Ford Focus ST Review

16_ford_focus_st_00100_new_thumbnailIf I were to ask, “What’s your favorite performance brand?” which carmaker would first come to mind? A prerequisite for me is motorsport pedigree, a qualifier that certainly narrows the field. Better yet, a brand that’s long been competitive in multiple disciplines, from grassroots to F1, not to mention endurance, rally, touring car, V8 supercar, more
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