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2008 Ford Falcon Review

2008 Ford FG Falcon First Steer & Review By David Twomey Ford's new FG Falcon is a huge step forward for the Blue Oval with improved vehicle dynamics, handling, performance and safety advances, the big question is will the buyers realise this or even care...

2008 Ford Mondeo TDCi review

2008 Ford Mondeo TDCi Review "TDCi looks the goods, is cheap to run and offers plenty" Model tested: 2008 Ford Mondeo TDCi Automatic Sedan - $37,990 Metallic $350, Sunroof $1900, Leather $2000, Bluetooth $450 Drives well, Looks fantastic, Rides quietly, Safe & well appointed Auto easily confused, Small boot opening, Climate Control weak CarAdvice rating: - by Matt Brogan Last month I was lucky enough to review the brilliant Mondeo XR5 Turbo which you might recall I was quite fond of...

2008 Ford Mondeo XR5 review

2008 Ford Mondeo XR5 review “I’d almost go so far as to say the Mondeo XR5 drives as well as a 3 Series.” Model Tested: 2008 Ford MA Mondeo XR5 Model Range: $29,990 to $41,990 RRP (as tested): $41,990 ($42,790 incl...

2007 Shelby Hertz GT350H Reader Review

We don't usually post reader road tests or reviews, but given we are more than likely never going to drive the 2007 Shelby Hertz GT350H, we thought we'd give this one a chance.   Lisa, also know as Bavarian Missile on the site, recently visited the U.S. and sent us this review. CarAdvice presents, the 2007 Shelby Hertz GT350H...

FPV F6 Typhoon Road Test

After driving the HSV Clubsport R8, what better than to punt it against one of the best from the FPV stables - the F6 Typhoon. When you look at the power and torque figures these two boast, the match up seems slightly unfair. On one hand there is the bellowing LS2 juggernaut from the lion’s den, whilst on the other hand there is a seemingly quaint inline six-cylinder – from the blue oval – with a blow dryer attached...

2007 Ford Fiesta XR4 Review

Ford might have lost 40 million dollars this year (due to development costs of the new Falcon), but in the last 12 months they have added two new XR cars to the showrooms. First came the mighty XR5, aimed at those who wanted a little more sophistication than a WRX (but not the torque steer in Mazda's 3 MPS) and as of last week, Ford dealers got their hands on a new hero car, the Ford Fiesta XR4...

2006 Ford Escape XLT V6 Road Test

Prior to even setting foot in the car, it became clear where a large amount of the Ford Territory’s outside bits were derived. Things such as the dual-release boot, door handles, alloy wheels, mirrors and to some extent, exterior styling, all seem to have come from the Ford Escape in some way. I’m not saying this is a bad thing; it’s just great to see where some of the ideas were formed...