True to form.
The good news is there are more reliable cars and trucks on the market than there are bad ones.
On a recent hot mid-July day, Ford of Canada invited a handful of automotive journalists to get a sneak peek at what’s ahead for model year 2020.
Power and panache
The perfect family road-trip vehicle.
Ford's even designed a robotic posterior to help it test out vehicle seating.
Mindful Mode strips away all data from the instrument cluster save the speedometer and fuel gauge.
Mid-size SUV buyers can now put the pedal to the metal with the 400 hp, 3.0-litre EcoBoost ST performance model.
The Ford Explorer has become the most significant vehicle in the brand’s fleet, outside of the F-150.
From a consumer perspective,it gives us a glimpse at what will surely be the next Ford Explorer.
The Explorer name has been around since the very early ‘90s and can be credited with the mainstream acceptance of the SUV/crossover as a family vehicle.
Blends Value and Technology
Calling it the “Back to Basics” event, the idea was to sample Ford’s range of CUV/SUVs in and around the Port Carling, ON, area where cottagers abound.
The 2017 Ford Explorer is a now a full-sized SUV and is now built on a unibody platform making it more akin to a smooth running minivan than the old rough and ready truck.
We’ve identified seven new 2017 models that have a less-than-stellar reliability record, based on late-model owner feedback and some industry intelligence.
Ford Motor Company and BraunAbility hFord Motor Company and BraunAbility have joined forces to create BraunAbility MXV – a wheelchair-accessible SUV that gives wheelchair users the quality and depen
A Ford Explorer Platinum will carry FBI Agent Dana Scully throughout the highly anticipated six-episode series of the “X-Files”.
Toyota Highlander Hybrid brings a spacious interior, smooth luxury-grade ride, seven-passenger seating, and a rocking 12-speaker stereo.
Chic and safe, but unreliable and frustrating
A California judge on Tuesday approved the settlement of a class-action lawsuit that will compensate about 800,000 Ford Explorer owners whose vehicles lost value because of a perceived rollover danger
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