Product Car Reviews for the ‘Ford SUVs’ Category
2011 Ford Explorer
The Ford Explorer has long been one of the best-selling SUVs in the market. The all-new Ford Explorer is named the 2011 North American Truck of the Year. Now it finally has what it takes to compete with the finest midsize SUVs and crossovers on the market according to the critics. Ford has completely redesigned the Explorer for 2011. It has a brand new sporting look, better fuel economy and standard third-row seating. As per the critics the new model handles to be both a comfortable family vehicle and a realistically rugged SUV. The massive change in Ford Explorer is [...]

2011 Ford Expedition
The 2011 Ford Expedition is generally wrongly considered as a sports car, but it does offer buyers roomy and comfortable interior, strong performance capabilities and is reasonably priced. There may be fewer shoppers for full-size SUVs, and not many still actually need the outsized passenger and towing abilities these massive vehicles provide. Though, for those who do, there’s the 2011 Ford Expedition. SUVs are the first choice for buyers that need to haul people and cargo, and as for the cargo, the Expedition attains a booming win over its closest opposition, the GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Tahoe. The Expedition adds [...]

2011 Ford Flex
Being in the third year of production, Flex gets only a handful of changes for 2011. Last year, a turbo engine option, a telescoping steering wheel and a few other feature enhancements were made. In 2011, Ford Flex gets new trim levels of titanium, but it actually figures to little more than minute changes made to the Limited model. Apart from the new trim level, optional power-folding third-row seats feature is introduced on Limited trim versions and HD radio is a latest feature that comes along with the navigation system. The improvisations for 2011 are trivial, but it is important [...]

2011 Ford Edge
Going on sale this summer, the 2011 Ford Edge receives a number of significant improvements, plus more than the regular nip and tuck routine job that midsize SUVs commonly receive. The improvements have begun from under the hood, where buyers can choose from three engines. Topping that list is a new EcoBoost 2.0-liter turbo inline-4. Although this engine is not available until later this year, Ford maintains that fuel should return 15 percent more than the current 3.5-liter V6, which boils down to about 21 miles per gallon in city and 30 mpg on the highway drives. The Ford Edge’s [...]

2010 Ford Escape
The launch of Ford Escape in the 2000s was a runaway hit and went on to become one of the best-selling SUVs of the millennium decade. However, the 2010 Ford Escape SUV does not have too many innovative or interesting features that other competitor-rivals have. Starting with the telescopic steering wheel and backseat reclines and other features are just not there with the 2010 Ford Escape SUV. Similarly one would not find the 2010 Ford Escape SUV to be the most versatile or comfortable SUV when compared to other models of the same class offering better features and performance. Disadvantages [...]

Archive for the ‘Ford SUVs’ Category
ford-f-150 Though there are a few days left to bring out more details and driving impressions of the 2011 Ford F-150 pickup and even more distinctively, the Blue Oval’s four latest heavy-hauling power machines for the 2011 season; what we have right now is information on the Ford F-150 2011 truck SUV which goes on to show what this mighty truck is competent of. Undoubtedly the application of Ford’s latest EcoBoost technology is definitely impressive and as many are conscious, the 3.5-liter twin-turbo power SUV truck machine puts down 365 Horsepower and more than sufficient 420 pound-feet of torque. However, the [...]

ford-explorer Even in today’s highly competitive and saturated SUV markets, the Ford Explorer remains one of the best-selling SUV’s. The reasons for the Ford Explorer’s popularity are many; it’s a very capable tow vehicle and a true off-roader, with generous interior space for passengers and luggage, a good range of comfort features and all the necessary safety features required by modern consumers. Explorer is unchanged for 2010, but buyers should note that Ford is expected to build the 2011 Explorer on a car-based platform rather than a truck-based one. These include V8 power, seating for five occupants is standard, but an [...]

ford-edge Ford’s second foray into the “sports utility vehicle” (SUV) market is the funky, stylish Edge. Debuted smartly in 2008 with James Bond’s film “Quantum of Solace.” Ford hasn’t made any sort of notable changes in the 2010 model. Fuel economy improves in the 265-hp V-6 by as much as 2 mpg in the city. The Ford Edge’s exterior has also established a few styling tweaks, and the five-seat SUV is now obtainable with a preference of three engines, including a new turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder. Ford tweaked the aerodynamics and drive-train of all Edge models after which they get slightly better [...]

ford-escape 2010 Ford Escape is a splendid SUV a four wheel drive, styling combined with the running costs and footprint of a mid-sized vehicle. As a SUV practical inner-city ride with the capability of doing some light off driving and towing at the weekends, Ford Escape is a great choice. However, there have been no significant revisions to the model for a few years, nevertheless SUV 2010 Ford Escape has some latest features namely a new self-parking option, MyKey system which allows the owner to program a key that could limit the SUV vehicle’s top speed and audio volume, a four-cylinder or V-6, [...]

ford-2 Like the related Five Hundred sedan, the Freestyle has midsize dimensions that approach full-size. Ford calls the Freestyle a SUV crossover model because it blends the merits of a sport utility vehicle, a minivan and a sedan. Built on a unique platform, the “purpose-built” Freestyle can be equipped with front- or all-wheel drive. Its 3.0-liter V-6 engine drives a continuously variable transmission. It comes in base SE, midrange SEL and top-level Limited trim levels. A navigation system is available in 2006 models. Three rows of seats hold six or seven occupants in the SUV. Cargo space behind the third-row seat [...]

ford-1 Ford has reworked its midsize sport utility vehicle (SUV) for the 2006 model year, dubbing it “the best Explorer ever” and “the most powerful.” Mercury has given its related Mountaineer SUV similar treatment for 2006. In its new form, the 4.6-liter V-8, with three valves per cylinder, generates 292 horsepower — a gain of 53 hp — and drives a new six-speed-automatic transmission. Ford claims significantly improved fuel economy and emissions for the 2006 model and towing capacity can reach 7,300 pounds. A V-6 version with a five-speed-automatic transmission remains available. Four trim levels are still offered: XLS, XLT, Eddie Bauer [...]

ford1 In 2003, Ford hailed its redesigned full-size sport utility vehicle (SUV) as the “best on the road, best in the dirt, best in the snow.” The Expedition, which is closely related to the Lincoln Navigator, was second in size only to the Excursion in Ford’s SUV lineup. Now that Ford discontinued the Excursion, the Expedition ranks No. 1 in dimensions among Ford’s SUVs. All 2006 Expeditions use a 5.4-liter Triton V-8. A Reverse Sensing System and a Safety Canopy side curtain-type airbags system are now stand-alone options. A chrome-tip exhaust pipe is standard on the King Ranch edition. An on-demand ControlTrac [...]

2008 Ford Escape Hybrid The Escape Hybrid is Ford’s first entrant into the hybrid segment. Now in its second year of production, Ford’s Escape Hybrid adds a reshuffled options package and a new available paint color. The automaker says the SUV yields a 50 percent fuel-usage improvement in city and highway driving. The Escape Hybrid also meets Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (AT-PZEV) requirements. Ford promises acceleration that rivals V-6-powered models. Other changes are minimal. Like other Escapes, the Escape Hybrid seats five occupants. A battery charge/usage gauge sits on the left side of the dashboard. Ford’s hybrid system allows the gas engine and electric traction [...]

2008 Ford Escape Hybrid Ford’s first car-based sport utility vehicle debuted for the 2001 model year as a result of Ford’s controlling interest in Mazda, which produces the similar Tribute SUV. Given a fresh look inside and out for 2005, the Escape got a new 2.3-liter Duratec four-cylinder that develops 153 horsepower. For the first time, four-cylinder models were available with an optional automatic transmission. A new intelligent automatic four-wheel-drive system became available. Antilock brakes are standard, and Safety Canopy rollover protection is optional. XLS, XLT, XLT Sport and Limited trim levels are available. Each Escape seats five people on two front bucket seats and [...]

17 Overview The launch of Ford Escape in the 2000s was a runaway hit and went on to become one of the best-selling SUVs of the millennium decade. However, the 2010 Ford Escape SUV does not have too many innovative or interesting features that other competitor-rivals have. Starting with the telescopic steering wheel and backseat reclines and other features are just not there with the 2010 Ford Escape SUV. Similarly one would not find the 2010 Ford Escape SUV to be the most versatile or comfortable SUV when compared to other models of the same class offering better features and performance. [...]

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