News & ReviewsLast 7 days
CarAdvice
Ford Logo

Ford Territory News Page 4

2011 Ford Territory - BUSTED!

Update: 08/02/2011 - New Ford Territory Officially Unveiled. While Ford attempts to drip feed the public, Brendan from FordForums has busted a new Ford Territory mule sans camouflage at a shopping centre. Just as CarAdvice was getting prepared to post computer generated images of the next generation Territory, this mule has been spotted being driven in public with no covers...

2011 Ford Territory first official image

Ford Australia has released the first official image of the new-look 2011 Ford Territory. The sketch reveals the new vehicle will adopt Ford’s global kinetic design language, emphasised by the large lower air intake, thin horizontal grille and sharp, sweeping headlights already seen on the smaller European-designed Fiesta, Focus and Mondeo models...

2011 Ford Territory Spy Photos

When CarAdvice first broke exclusive photos of the 2011 Ford Territory testing, we mentioned that there were supplier delays relating the rear end assembly of the Territory. Our spy photographer has come through with new photographs of the 2011 Ford Territory with the rear assembly in place, effectively confirming delays have now been rectified...

2011 Ford Territory EcoBoost Spied

After announcing plans to introduce a 2.0-litre four-cylinder variant of Ford's global EcoBoost engine in the locally built Falcon, Ford has been busted testing the Ford Territory with the same 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine. The 2.0-litre four-cylinder EcoBoost engine is expected to produce upwards of 185kW, in addition to 350Nm of torque...

Ford Territory floor mats recalled

Ford Australia has recalled almost 5000 sets of Ford Territory floor mats because the driver’s side mats can bunch up and interfere with the accelerator pedal. The affected Ford Genuine Accessory Carpet Mat set is black with silver “TERRITORY” embossing and a rubber spike backing material. It has been sold through authorised Ford dealers since June 2009...

2011 Ford Territory Busted Testing

Currently one of the oldest vehicle in Ford's line-up (cosmetically and mechanically), the Ford Territory is certainly getting long in the tooth. Despite its age, Ford still sells over 800 Territorys per month, indicating a considerable market demand for the SUV. That's why we bring news of the next generation Ford Territory...

Ford Territory achieves five-star ANCAP rating

Ford's Territory SUV has received the maximum five-star safety rating in the latest round of ANCAP (Australasian New Car Assessment Program) testing. The five-star ANCAP safety rating applies to the entire Territory range (from January 2010 production onwards), following the addition of a front passenger seatbelt reminder as standard equipment...

Ford Territory Diesel field testing spy photos

After revealing exclusive photos and details of the diesel powered Ford Territory in July, Pavle.com.au photographers have spied Ford conducting field evaluation testing of the diesel Ford Territory ahead of its 2010 release. The trailer attached to the prototype spotted is designed to produce a simulated load, similar to what the car would experience while towing a large caravan against a head wind...

Ford Falcon, Territory go four-cylinder, diesel

Ford Australia has officially announced major engine developments for its Falcon and Territory vehicles, including diesel and four-cylinder engines, in a press conference at its corporate headquarters at Broadmeadows, Victoria. By Paul Maric and David Twomey The historic changes for the Australian manufacturer will cost $230-million, $42-million of which comes from the Federal Government's Green Car Innovation Fund...

2009 Ford Territory Review

It’s hard to know what to say about the 2009 Ford SY Territory Mark II, sure it looks a bit different and its got some more features as standard but beyond that, nothing has changed. There’s one glaring omission and that’s the fact that while the vehicle has an excellent, and even slightly more fuel efficient, six-cylinder petrol engine, it has no diesel power plant...

Ford recalls Territory over brake issue

Following customer complaints on the issue, Ford Australia is now voluntarily recalling Ford Territory vehicles manufactured between February 1 2004 and December 31 2008. The recall relates to a front brake hose fluid leak issue that in some cases has resulted in 'reduced braking effectiveness', although Ford is keen to point out this has been found in less than two per cent of vehicles...