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2013 Ford Territory TS (4x4) Review

We have owned most of the popular 4x4's over the years, but after driving the Territory I was sold. Ours is a 2013 TS model, as we were not keen on another vehicle with leather (as available on the range-topping Titanium model). I tow a Euro caravan that is about the size of a 26 foot Jayco, but it is much lighter than a Jayco (2100kg)...

2015 Ford Territory Tx (rwd) Review

After much research and test driving almost everything in the same price range - it has now been almost 8 months since the Territory came into the garage. PROS: I opted the 5 seat version which has tons of room for the rear passengers, and luggage space...

2006 Ford Territory Review

2006 Ford Turbo Territory Ghia: Family SUV or FBI Special Operations Vehicle? Black on black rims with after-market gangster style window tint, the 2006 Ford Turbo Territory Ghia (TTG) could be mistaken for a FBI Special Ops Vehicle. Understated enough to blend with urban landscapes, but flashy enough to impress nearly 10 years post manufacture...

2013 Ford Territory Review

The SUV market in Australia is one of, if not the most hotly contested markets when it comes to new vehicles. In particular the 7 seat SUV market, there are 16 manufacturers offering SUV's in 7 seat configuration. The Ford Territory has been one of the popular choices for families since 2004, and since then, more than 150,000 Ford Territory's Australia wide have gone to new owners, making it one of the most successful models ever built by Ford Australia...

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...

2004 FORD TERRITORY TX (RWD) Review

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..

2009 FORD TERRITORY Review

Bought it ex Ford, 1 year old with 10,000kms. We saved over $15K on the new price. For that you get a lot of features and a big, honest car. Looked at a Kluger and a Commodore wagon and the Territory was the best value and the best to drive. The Territory is fantastic to drive with well weighted steering and neutral handling making it great fun on open roads...