The new Ford Escape crossover offers one of the best user experiences available, says Wards Auto.
Technologies: Active Driver Assists
The new, 2017 Lincoln MKZ is an IIHS “Top Safety Pick+,” owing to a solid crash structure and improved safety tech.
Ford isn’t in a rush to put partially-autonomous driving systems at customers’ fingertips – not while they’re still half-baked.
“Keep your Ford a Ford,” says Ford. You reckon they have any incentive to say that?
Got some stuff to pull? There’s a Ford for that.
How does Ford dynamically alter the steering-ratio on its newest vehicles? Take a look.
The 2017 Ford Super Duty’s Adaptive Cruise Control works great – even with a trailer in-tow.
“We Own Work,” Ford says, with regard to the new Super Duty. They might be right.
Good crash-test performance, plus a bevy of active safety features, make the new Ford Fusion an IIHS “Top Safety Pick+.”
Ford’s mid-size sedan survives a full-size crash in the lab.
The role of the vehicle designer hasn’t changed much in 43 years; his list of concerns has only grown.
Go ahead: see the great outdoors. Your Ford full-ton is ready and able.
The refreshed 2017 Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid benefits from higher-efficiency electric motors and improved powertrain software.