2020 Ford Escape Review
2020 Ford Escape Test Drive
Big changes were underway at Ford during 2005. The automaker introduced several new vehicles and ended production on some others. New for 2005 was the Ford Fusion, a mid-size sedan that began production in August of 2005. The Fusion has four-doors and seating for five and came in three trims: S, SE, and SEL. The engine was a 2.3-liter inline four-cylinder available with either a five-speed manual or automatic. Also new in 2005 was the Ford Freestyle, a sta...
Ford’s legendary 2005 Crown Victoria is the favorite of police departments everywhere as a result of its heavy body, comfortable interior, and sleek aesthetics.
Ford’s 2005 Econoline Wagon is a massive van capable of carrying up to 15 people in complete comfort, though its cargo capacity is minimal.
The 2005 Ford Escape is a standard-size SUV with four doors, great gas mileage, and a sleek aesthetic which won’t be disturbed by jaunts offroad.
Ford’s heavy duty 2005 Excursion SUV is a massive vehicle which blurs the line between SUV and van thanks to its huge passenger capacity and extensive cargo space.
Ford’s 2005 Expedition is a plus-sized SUV which is extremely comfortable thanks to its exceptionally spacious interior and high-riding frame.
The 2005 Ford Explorer is a large SUV equipped with all-wheel drive which can carry up to seven people in its spacious and safe interior.
The 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac is an SUV and pickup truck crossover which has a short rear bed, a modestly sized four-door cabin, and decent gas mileage.
The 2005 Ford F-150 is the standard for pickup trucks everywhere as a result of its elongated cargo bed, comfortable two-door cab, and powerful V8 engine.
Ford’s Five Hundred sedan from 2005 combines diplomat-ready aesthetics with exceptional comfort and an average amount of cargo space.
The 2005 Ford Focus is a quick and nimble hatchback which sacrifices passenger capacity for front-row comfort and cargo carrying capabilities.
The 2005 Ford Freestar Wagon is a minivan and SUV crossover vehicle which combines the spaciousness of a van with the sporting performance of an SUV.
The 2005 Ford Freestyle is a standard size SUV which can hold up to seven people thanks to its roomy interior and short-length cargo area in the back.
The sporty and gorgeous 2005 Ford GT is a sports car with racing stripes, a low-riding set of wheel wells, and exceptional interior comfort.
Ford’s 2005 Mustang features an updated aesthetic relative to its retro cousins while also providing a solidly built frame and a comfortable ride.
The 2005 Ford Police Interceptor is a Crown Victoria of the prior year which has been modified to have a heavier frame and less cargo capacity while maintaining the same performance.
Ford’s 2005 Ranger pickup truck is a high-riding vehicle which has a small cargo bed and a powerful engine so that it can tow heavy loads offroad.
The Super Duty F-250 from Ford’s 2005 lineup is a pickup truck with a capable V8 engine, a compact cargo bed, and a roomy cab with seating for three people.
Ford’s Super Duty F-350 DRW from 2005 is a standard F-350 pickup truck which has a dual set of rear wheels for superior road gripping and towing performance.
The 2005 Ford Super Duty F-350 SRW is a plus-size pickup truck with one pair of rear wheels, four doors, and an extra-large cargo bed.
Ford’s 2005 Taurus is a standard-size sedan which can carry four people and their stuff in relative comfort, acceptable safety, and decent speed.
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