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A speculative rendering of the next-generation 2017 Ford Focus has appeared online this week, offering a look at one artist's view of how the new model may be styled. The current Focus made its debut in 2010, and while no official word has been given on the new model’s timing, an unveiling in the next year is likely...

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Ford promises four new SUVs by 2020, could the Bronco be one of them?
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Ford promises four new SUVs by 2020, could the Bronco be one of them?

Ford has pledged to launch four new nameplates into its global SUV line-up, in segments it doesn’t presently cover, by 2020. Some suggest this might mean an imminent return for the Ford Bronco.  The company’s announcement, made at the recent Chicago motor show, reflects an increasingly accepted industry consensus that SUV sales will continue to boom, and be the main choice of buyers at diverse ends of the age spectrum...


2016 Ford New Cars
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2016 Ford New Cars

Details of the new and updated Ford vehicles launching in Australia in 2016.   Mustang – January The first customer cars landed in the country in December, but the highly anticipated Ford Mustang officially launches in Australia in January...


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


Next Explorer not ruled out as Ford Australia targets broader SUV range
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Next Explorer not ruled out as Ford Australia targets broader SUV range

Ford Australia has not ruled out offering up to five SUVs in the future, including a potential return of the Explorer badge, as it works on a product road map to reverse a decade of declining sales. The company will from 2017 have to cope without the popular, locally built Territory high-riding wagon, which has amassed more than 155,000 sales since its release in 2004...


Seven-seat Ford Edge unveiled in China
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Seven-seat Ford Edge unveiled in China

A seven-seat version of the Ford Edge SUV has been revealed at an event in Guangzhou, China. With a full launch set down for 2015, Ford is keeping back many details about the new seven-seat Edge, including just how much bigger overall the three-row Edge is than the regular five-seat version. From the images it appears as though all the major changes occur aft of the rear axle...


Ford Edge: Diesel-powered Territory successor revealed
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Ford Edge: Diesel-powered Territory successor revealed

The European-specification Ford Edge has been revealed at the Paris motor show, giving us our best look yet at the SUV that will replace the Ford Territory when local production ceases in 2016. The Edge headed for Europe appears almost identical to the US-spec model that was revealed in June, though the specifications of the vehicle sold in our market will more closely resemble those of this latest version...


2015 Ford Edge : Territory replacement revealed
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2015 Ford Edge : Territory replacement revealed

The Ford Edge that will essentially replace the locally-built Ford Territory from 2017 will be the blue oval brand’s most advanced SUV yet. Ford has revealed the production version of the new Edge that was previewed in concept form at the 2013 Los Angeles auto show...


Ford Australia 2017 : the post-Falcon and Territory showroom
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Ford Australia 2017 : the post-Falcon and Territory showroom

Falcon gone. Territory gone. Ford showrooms here will have an unfamiliar look in 2017 after the US company ceases local manufacturing in October 2016. The Ford Falcon large car has been around for more than 50 years, the Territory SUV since 2004, but both disappear into history to make way for an import-only line-up in Australia...


Ford Edge: SUV concept previews Territory successor
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Ford Edge: SUV concept previews Territory successor

The Ford Edge concept has been unveiled at the Los Angeles auto show, previewing the high-tech successor to the Ford Territory. A global model under the brand's 'One Ford' strategy, the second-generation Ford Edge will be built in Canada from 2015 and replace the Territory when the Australian-made large SUV is discontinued the following year...


Ford Territory replacement likely to be built in Canada
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Ford Territory replacement likely to be built in Canada

The vehicle expected to replace the Australian-made Ford Territory from 2016 – the next-generation Ford Edge – looks set to be imported from Canada. Ford says a C$700 million ($724 million) investment into its Oakville, Ontario assembly plant will improve its ability to meet “surging global demand” for new models in world markets and shore up 2800 jobs...


2015 Ford Edge: Territory replacement goes testing
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2015 Ford Edge: Territory replacement goes testing

The second-generation Ford Edge SUV that's set to replace the locally built Territory from the end of 2016 has been photographed testing in prototype form. Ford insiders pointed CarAdvice to the Edge at the August unveiling of the Everest SUV concept, confirming that neither the production version of that Ranger ute-based model or the US market Explorer would be the substitutes for Ford Australia's homegrown soft-roader...


Ford Edge headed for Europe; Australia sticks with Ford Territory
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Ford Edge headed for Europe; Australia sticks with Ford Territory

The Ford Edge will join the blue oval’s European SUV line-up as part of an expansion of its global ‘One Ford’ strategy. The next-generation Edge, due in the second half of 2014, will be produced in both right- and left-hand drive, opening it up to every Ford market around the world, including Australia...


MyFord Touch technology to teach fuel efficient driving techniques
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MyFord Touch technology to teach fuel efficient driving techniques

New in-car technology from Ford, known as MyFord Touch, will feature real-time feedback designed to help drivers obtain better fuel economy. The 4.2-inch screen flanks the speedometer to provide drivers with an array of real-time data points, including average fuel economy over selected intervals. Ford says the feedback will assist drivers in developing better economy driving habits...