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2020 Ford Fiesta ST review

Ford’s fun-sized hot hatch is finally here, with more power, more technology and a higher price. ...

2020 Ford Everest Sport BiTurbo review

"No colours anymore, I want them to turn black," say the Rolling Stones. The 2020 Ford Everest Sport is on the case – but is it worth the extra spend?

2020 Ford Mustang R-Spec review: Track test

Ford Australia has finally answered the call for a Mustang with more power – by creating its own.

2020 Ford Ranger FX4 review

The ever-growing list of Ford's most popular model gains another option, with blackout styling and a refreshed interior.

2020 Ford Transit Custom 320S Sport review

People love lightly modified pickups like Ford’s Ranger Wildtrak, so a ‘sporty’ Transit van makes more sense than sensible folks might think.

2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 review

A naturally aspirated throwback makes a strong case for itself in the age of turbos.

Ford Mustang: the unloved and the unpopular

The unveiling of Ford’s new Mustang Mach-E electric-crossover has completely polarised public opinion. Some say the iconic pony car must evolve with the times while others feel applying the Mustang nameplate to an electric-powered SUV is just as bad as that time Ford nearly turned its long-running muscle car into a front-wheel-drive Mazda...

2019 Ford Ranger Sport review

Extra gear and extra value in this new middle-range specification. What's not to like?

2019 Ford F-150 Limited Death Valley road trip

The 2019 Ford F-150 to Death Valley, the world’s hottest-selling vehicle to the hottest place on Earth. As no-brainer road trip stories go, this is my absolute dimmest yet. One chock-full of fresh adventure for yours truly. I’ve never driven even one example of the astonishing 34 million F-Series trucks sold to date – an incredible one million plus examples registered globally in 2018 alone...

Design Review: Ford GR-1 Concept (2004-2005)

Concept cars are a beautiful thing for automotive enthusiasts. Even though it's highly unlikely anyone will get the chance of driving or owning them, these vehicles express the wildest dreams of car designers, free from the restrictions associated with mass production, platform sharing and cost-cutting...

2019 Ford Ranger Wildtrak 3.2L 4x4 review

Keeping alive the tradition of ‘no replacement for displacement’, Ford’s 3.2-litre Ranger Wildtrak hangs around to cater to the needs of buyers that don’t like the sound of relying on a 2.0-litre engine to do the heavy lifting.