2020 Ford Escape Review
2020 Ford Escape Test Drive
Ford revived its popular mid-size SUV, the Explorer, in 2016. The revamped SUV boasted a new look and upgraded tech. An Explorer Platinum model provided a variety of luxurious features, such as a leather-wrapped instrument panel, leather seats, and a twin-turbocharged V6. For drivers looking to cut back on fuel usage, Ford added the option of a 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine. Also in 2016, Ford added a new package option to its ever-popular Mustang. ...
A plug-in hybrid made for fuel efficiency, the 2016 Ford C-Max Energi’s has one trim level with plenty of comfort, convenience, and safety features.
Two trims create the 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid, an efficient compact car that can range up to 40 mpg without sacrificing a comfortable drive.
Four trim levels create the 2016 Ford Edge, but the features included in the base trim are likely enough to impress most drivers.
The 2016 Ford Escape may technically be a compact SUV, but its comfortable, spacious interior says otherwise, while three trims pack essential features.
Aggressive styling and flexible capabilities blend to create the 2016 Ford Expedition and its five feature-packed trim levels.
The extended wheelbase version of the Expedition, the 2016 Ford Expedition EL boasts the same features with even more cargo and interior space.
The Ford Explorer has consistently been one of the company’s most popular family SUVs, and the 2016 version is refreshed to offer even more features.
Rugged looks and a more-than-capable performance make up the 2016 Ford F-150, a pickup with several trims and configurations for every driver’s needs.
The 2016 Ford Fiesta is small and efficient, but it’s far from lacking in style, safety, comfort, technology, and convenience for drivers and passengers.
In addition to its unique style, the 2016 Ford Flex has plenty to offer drivers with three trim levels, several standalone options, and convenient packages.
The 2016 Ford Focus might be a compact car, but it has big personality in its four trim levels with features that make driving fun.
The 2016 Ford Focus Electric is a fully-electric vehicle designed for efficiency and reliability without sacrificing convenience and technology.
The 2016 Ford Fusion offers a few small updates and offers four engine choices, including a hybrid.
Ford's plug-in version of its popular family sedan, the 2016 Ford Fusion Energi has an electric-only range of 21 miles.
For 2016, the Ford Mustang offers three engine choices as well as three new option packages and the new Mustang Shelby GT350 model.
Based on the civilian Ford Taurus, the Police Interceptor Sedan is a modern and durable law enforcement vehicle with four Pursuit Rated powertrain combinations for 2016.
When a 1/2 ton truck just won't do, the 2016 Ford Super Duty F-250 SRW steps in to handle your towing needs.
The F-350 DRW member of the 2016 Ford Super Duty family offers three cab options and several engines.
The 2016 Ford Super Duty F-350 SRW has just one pair of wheels in the back and comes with your choice of engine.
The biggest and most powerful of the Super Duty lineup, the 2016 Ford Super Duty F-450 DRW has a diesel V8 engine.
The 2016 Ford Taurus is well-equipped even in the base-level model but is beginning to show signs of age.
The passenger version of the Ford Transit Connect van, the wagon has room for up to seven passengers.
The 2016 Ford Transit Wagon is the passenger version of the Transit cargo van, with seating for as many as 15 passengers.
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