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Ford Endura axed in Australia
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23rd Nov 2020
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Ford Endura axed in Australia

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Alex Misoyannis
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23rd Nov 2020
3 min read

Ford Endura axed in Australia

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Alex Misoyannis
2022 Ford Escape seven-seater in development – report
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14th Sep 2020
2 min read

2022 Ford Escape seven-seater in development – report

A seven-seater 2022 Ford Escape is currently in development, according to US website Ford Authority. With the all-new 2021 Ford Escape due in Australia sometime in the third quarter with an optional plug-in hybrid powertrain, this opens to possibility of Ford offering a seven-seat, plug-in hybrid Escape in the future. READ: 2021 Escape price and specs
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Ben Zachariah
Ford Edge dropped in the UK
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12th Jun 2019
2 min read

Ford Edge dropped in the UK

Ford has decided to limit availability of its Edge SUV in Europe, known here as the Endura, due to slow sales in certain markets and ever-tightening emissions laws. A new report by Automotive News Europe says the Blue Oval's European arm will pull the Edge from markets like the UK – which also happens to be Ford's largest European market – while soldiering on in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Austria, Belgium and Romania.
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James Wong
Ford reveals noise-cancelling kennel
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21st Dec 2018
2 min read

Ford reveals noise-cancelling kennel

Ford has revealed a new pet accessory concept designed to soothe sensitive ears during the fireworks on New Year's Eve. The Blue Oval cites statistics showing an estimated 45 per cent of dogs in the UK show signs of fear when they hear fireworks, causing distress for the animals and also their owners.
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James Wong
CarAdvice podcast 123: LIVE from the coolest man cave you've seen!
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5th Oct 2018

CarAdvice podcast 123: LIVE from the coolest man cave you've seen!

This week Mandy Turner, Kez Casey, and Mike Stevens are broadcasting from the winner of our man cave competition's place – congratulations to Craig Jamieson! In car news, the Kia Niro EV/e-Niro is set for Australia in 2019, NSW has imposed tougher drink driving penalties, Ford has announced pricing and specs for the 2019 Endura, and Volkswagen has moved to a five-year warranty, but only until the end of 2018.
CarAdvice podcast 119: LIVE from our reader Mazda driving event in Tasmania!
Mazda CX-9 2018, Holden Colorado 2018, RAM 1500 2018
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7th Sep 2018

CarAdvice podcast 119: LIVE from our reader Mazda driving event in Tasmania!

This week Mandy Turner and Trent Nikolic are recording from Tasmania at the CarAdvice event where five readers got the chance to experience being a motoring journalist for a day in the 2019 Mazda CX-9. In car news, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC has been revealed, Apple has reported its first self-driving crash, the Ford Endura ST-Line has been confirmed for Australia, and the Lexus UX will be launching without Apple CarPlay Down Under.
Ford Endura ST-Line confirmed for Australia
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3rd Sep 2018
2 min read

Ford Endura ST-Line confirmed for Australia

Ford Australia has confirmed the upcoming Endura SUV will offer an ST-Line variant in Australia, with the range scheduled to land Down Under during the fourth quarter of this year. Announced via the local division's Facebook page, the ST-Line isn't to be mistaken for the Edge ST offered in North America, which features a high-output 2.7-litre twin-turbo V6. Instead, the local ST-Line will almost certainly be powered by a turbo-diesel engine in keeping with the wider range.
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James Wong
Ford 'bemused' that Edge SUV nameplate off-limits in Australia
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19th Jan 2018
2 min read

Ford 'bemused' that Edge SUV nameplate off-limits in Australia

Ford’s regional boss says he felt “bemused” that Toyota wouldn’t allow it to use the Edge nameplate in Australia on its forthcoming large SUV — a decision that forced the Blue Oval into inventing the ‘Endura’ badge just for our market. The Ford Endura is on track to arrive in the fourth quarter of this year, where it’ll sit between the smaller Escape and the more off-road-focused Everest. While nominally a Territory replacement, it’ll only be available with five seats.
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Mike Costello