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2008 Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo review

PHWOAR! A term used to express desire, but also a term somehow apt (and not for the same reason) for describing the feeling I get every time I’m behind the wheel of my Aussie-made FG XR6 Turbo sedan. Starting with the exterior, Ford finally got this right with the FG series. There are curves and angles in all the right places that give a properly sporty look without overdoing it...

2005 Ford Falcon XR8 Enforcer Review

So it's 2005, Russell Ingall has just won the V8 Supercar Championship, Ford Australia are making good profits under the genius of Geoff Polites and my 10th wedding anniversary where we decided to treat ourselves with our first new car. Barely more than a decade ago - it seems a seismic shift in Australian motoring must have occurred when I blinked...

2009 Ford Falcon XT Review

I bought my 2009 FG Ford Falcon XT in 2011 with only 30,000km on the clock as I was after a big smooth roomy powerful sedan with rear wheel drive that can run massive km, is reliable and easy to repair and I don't go off road so I didn't need a 4wd or a ute as I commute 65km each way to work everyday and needed a comfortable car as I live in rural NSW...

2005 Ford Falcon XR6 Review

Car and Driver labeled the XR6 the 'budget BMW' and I couldn't agree more. Ford offers an incredible package for the money, who else gives you a straight six, rear wheel drive and a luxury car ride with off the lot prices starting in the high 30's. This is my second Falcon now, my previous car was an AU Forte, which proved reliable for the 18 months I owned it...

2015 Ford Falcon XR8 Review

This is the bang for buck bargain of the century.. Many dealers are selling at $55k driveaway for a car that is essentially the $77990 R-Spec GT from 2012. The XR8 sprint has been released but dealers are gouging customers for $70k-$72k driveaway.. The sprint has 2.9% more power and less than 1% more torque for $15k more!! Performance data puts them line ball also...

2015 Ford Falcon XR8 Review

This is a most exciting car - powerful, incredible handling and braking- a phenomenal big sports car yet I can still use it as a 'standard Falcon ' for my business as a Real Estate Agent...

2007 Ford Falcon Review

I have a penchant for fast sedans. Preferably silver and 6 cylinder, thank you very much. I can trace the roots of this specific oddness back to the early 90's when my dad purchased a silver 1986 BMW E28 M535i. To me, at 10 years old, the Beemer was an absolute revelation. My car obsessiveness started at a far younger age however this was the first car that truly hooked me...

1987 Ford Falcon Review

The 1980's were notorious for lots of things. Fun things, great things. "Down Under" by Men at Work was a number one hit, the 84 Bathurst 1000 win by Brocky in the VK Commodore, and of course, the XF Falcon. The solely best selling Falcon that Ford has ever made, to date, with a full 278,101 units being produced...

2008 Ford Falcon Review

In 2008, potential buyers of Ford's redesigned XR6 Turbo platform thought the blue oval engineers had gone mad strapping a baby turbo to the 4.0L in-line six. After all, the preceding BA and BF models were highly regarded for their beefy Garrett GT3540 huffer which helped the engine produce 240kw and 245kw respectively. Turns out they knew what they were doing...

2004 Ford Falcon Review

In 2002 Ford Australia were struggling to compete in the Australian car scene, with their main competitor being the Holden Commodore. The AU Falcon was well, to be blunt, ugly. This didn't help Ford's sales in the least.. Ford needed something big to come back from the disappointment. The BA Falcon was exactly what they needed, featuring a powerful, and extremely reliable 4...

2006 Ford Falcon Review

Since the early twentieth century, ute's have been a quintessential part of Australian Blokeyness. From the early day's of automobiles Down Under - where farmers converted their Model A's and Model T's to have a tray to be able to move produce - we as a nation have embraced the Ute...