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2015 Ford Territory Review: Titanium Diesel AWD

It's the final hurrah for the Ford Territory. Pricing and equipment changes make it better value than ever. But, is it still a worthy family SUV?

2015 Ford Territory TS AWD Speed Date

My parents were returning from a trip to see the wider Ward clan in the UK and asked for an airport pickup. Of course, that's something a son is only too happy to provide. Along with Ma, Pa and their luggage, the trip would require 'Terry' and I to pick up the dog and cat from their holiday stay at the pet resort - about a 140km round trip in all...

2015 Ford Territory Review

It’s exactly 10 years since the Ford Territory was released in 2004 as a landmark vehicle for Australia. After decades of locally built small cars and large sedans, the Territory arrived not only as the country’s first homegrown SUV but also one offering rear-wheel drive as well as all-wheel drive...

Ford Territory Review : TS

A family-favourite SUV is showing its age in a few areas, but the Ford Territory remains worthy, as Dan DeGasperi discovers...

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Ford Territory Videos

SUV v MPV: Kia Carnival v Ford Territory

SUVs are more popular now than ever before – and seven-seat models remain a top choice for buyers with young kids. But for similar money, those who need practicality ahead of potential off-road ability have options they may not have previously considered. We’ve brought together two closely priced models to see which is a better family buy – the Ford Territory Titanium and the Kia Carnival Platinum...

Ford Territory Video Review

The only locally made SUV is also one of Australia's favourites - but is the Ford Territory still one of the best options for families?

Ford Territory Video Review II

the good and the bad of Australia's only locally built SUV, the Ford Territory.

Ford Territory Video Review I

The good and the bad of Australia's only locally built SUV, the Ford Territory.

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Ford Territory Comparisons

Ford Territory TS diesel v Subaru Outback 2.0D Premium : Comparison review

The Ford Territory and Subaru Outback have a few things in common. They’re both quite car-like due to the fact they share their DNA with sedans, they’re both widely recognised nameplates, and they’ve both been either updated (Territory) or entered a new generation (Outback) in the past few months...

Family SUV Comparison : Toyota Kluger v Nissan Pathfinder v Jeep Grand Cherokee v Ford Territory v Holden Captiva 7 v Kia Sorento v Mazda CX-9

In 2013 large SUV models formed the fourth most popular segment in the country. Fast forward to first quarter 2014 and the large SUV class is now the second most popular, overtaking utes and light cars. Australians clearly love big, high-riding practical cars, purchasing more than 10,000 large SUVs each month. Seven of the top 10 selling large SUV models are tested here...

Ford Territory Diesel vs Petrol Review

Ford's latest Territory is here, but the hardest part will be choosing the drivetrain for your needs.

Ford Territory News

Ford edges closer to post-Territory plans, two options to be explored

Decision time is edging closer for Ford Australia, as it seeks to finalise its plan of attack for the massive family SUV market post the demise of the locally-made Territory in October 2016. Various options are being courted to supplement the rugged new Australian-designed Everest (see our recent review of that car here), in order to form a two-pronged large SUV attack...

2015 Ford Falcon FG X, Territory SZ MkII make fuel economy gains

Aerodynamic improvements and the introduction of a lighter and more efficient automatic transmission promise to cut fuel consumption of the 2015 Ford Falcon FG X by up to nine per cent. The entry-level 4.0-litre six-cylinder Ford Falcon sedan benefits from the greatest economy gains, falling from 9.9 litres per 100 kilometres to 9.0L/100km...

2015 Ford Territory pricing revealed

The price of the Ford Territory has been cut by up to $6500 as the last version of the homegrown SUV prepares to go on sale at the end of the year. Entry to the locally built Falcon-based SUV now starts at $36,990 with a $3000 drop for the rear-wheel-drive TX petrol. The Titanium RWD petrol gets the biggest cut, with other reductions of $3250, $6000 or $6320 depending on model...

2015 Ford Territory specifications detailed

The 2015 Ford Territory will benefit from a host of specification upgrades when it goes on sale in Australia in November this year. The SZ MkII series represents the final update for the 10-year-old Territory, with production of the Falcon-based large SUV set to finish when Ford Australia closes its production facilities in October 2016...

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Ford Territory Owner Reviews

2014 Ford Territory Ts Review

This is the 4th territory I have leased. The requirement being for a family wagon, week day commuter and weekend towing a horse float. This is my first diesel and AWD. Performance of the earlier, petrol engined RWD, was pretty good although the choice was made because I was restricted to Australian made cars...

2005 Ford Territory Ghia Review

The first model of a brand new car will always be problematic but in the case of the Ford SX Territory, the vehicle lived up to its 2004 Wheels COTY. The one I have been driving is the top of the range Ghia trim in RWD form. Technically the Territory is my father's with him borrowing my cheaper to run my 14 y/o Opel Astra for his daily commute while I'm only busy 2 days a week for a Tafe class...

2012 Ford Territory Tx (RWD) Review

We have owned a black RWD petrol Ford Territory TX model for 2 years now and have had a fairly positive experience. Owned through a work fleet package but used as a family daily driver car. While the car has been nothing but reliable in terms of the mechanical side of things, the central display screen has fully blacked out on us a number of times, only to come back on once the car has been turned off and on again...


My wife's car was bought new and has now done (only) 80000km. Needed a new steering rack after a couple of months, but since then she's been pretty good. The "ball joint" issue was a concern for many years, and it took Ford too long to do a recall which largely addressed it. Pity the people who had front ends fall out while they waited..

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