Ford's latest Mondeo 2.0 TDCi 150PS model might not promise fireworks, but it's easy to appreciate the brilliance in its delivery. Jonathan Crouch reports.
The estate car is enjoying something of a revival and there aren't too many that can beat the utility of the fourth generation Ford Mondeo load lugger. Jonathan Crouch reports
Ford might have kept us waiting for a hybrid vehicle but it hopes its petrol/electric Mondeo will make up for lost time. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Had you never driven this generation Ford Mondeo, you might well think that here was a concept past its sell-by date. You could easily believe that nobody buys this sort of mass-market midrange car any more and that the private buyer long decamped to the superior residual values of the premium marques. Drive a Mondeo and your view will be completely different. You'll realise that this is where the value lies, especially in the used market, and that you're buying a car that flows down a road so much better than a bare bones BMW or an austerity-spec Audi. Here we take a look at the Mondeo as it developed en route to its 2011 model year facelift and highlight what to look out for.
Ford has brought us an upscale version of its Mondeo, wearing the Vignale badge. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Pinch yourself. Ford's Mustang really is available here in the UK in right-hand drive, full factory guise. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
The sixth generation version of Ford's Mustang can be ordered with an engine you much more likely to be able to bond with in the real world. Jonathan Crouch tries the 2.3-litre EcoBoost version.
You could really form a bond with Ford's latest Mustang in Convertible form. James Fosdyke reports.
The much improved Ford Ranger pick-up is far more efficient, as well as being smarter and very media-savvy. Plus it's still tough and decent to drive for a vehicle of this kind. Jonathan Crouch investigates.
Ford's first generation S-MAX demonstrated that larger MPVs don't have to be boring. The latest model reinforces that point. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Ford's MK2 model S-MAX carries on where its predecessor left off, demonstrating that larger MPVs don't have to be boring. Arguably, it makes most sense in 2.0 TDCi 180PS diesel guise. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Ford has extended its desirable Vignale trim package into top versions of its sporting S-MAX family MPV model. If you'd normally buy an executive saloon or estate but need space for a family, it could be a tempting package. Jonathan Crouch looks at what's on offer.