Ford is one of the most historic brands in America. The modern Ford lineup includes names like Fusion alongside historic names like Mustang, Taurus and Explorer. The F-Series truck has been the industry's best-selling vehicle for many years running.

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2017 Ford C-Max

Ford's new C-Max comes in hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants. Both models pair a gasoline engine with an electric motor and battery pack for hybrid operation. The Energi plug-in hybrid also allows the battery packs to be charged and used for electric-only driving to save fuel. The C-Max Energi is fully rechargeable overnight on 120v, and in a few hours on 240V. A variety of new technologies will provide drivers with critical information on the status of the hybrid system. Many features like recharge status of the car will be available through the owner's smartphone. A value charging function will allow the car to recharge during off-peak times.

2017 Ford Edge

The Edge is a sport wagon similar in execution to the Nissan Murano and Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. Based on the mid-sized Ford Fusion, the 5-passenger Edge roughly slots between the Escape and Explorer in Ford's lineup. The Edge is offered in a variety of trim levels and configurations with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel-drive.

2017 Ford Escape

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2017 Ford Expedition

The Expedition is a full-size SUV with ample room and cargo hauling capability. It is sold in two lengths: Expedition and Expedition EL. The shorter Expedition competes with the Chevrolet Tahoe, while the Expedition EL compares with the Chevrolet Suburban. Ford also sells a variant of the Expedition as the Lincoln Navigator. Inside the Expedition there are three rows of seats for up to 8 passengers. The standard 3.5l turbocharged V6 engine can tow up to 9200 lbs. when properly equipped. Although full-size SUVs have become popular as family haulers, their only real advantage is the higher tow ratings. Full-size SUVs with truck underpinnings are robbed of interior space with the body mounted over the frame. Modern FWD-biased SUVs like the latest Explorer offer similar interior room with improved maneuverability, cargo capacity and fuel efficiency for far less money.

2017 Ford Expedition EL

The Expedition is a full-size SUV with ample room and cargo hauling capability. It is sold in two lengths: Expedition and Expedition EL. The shorter Expedition competes with the Chevrolet Tahoe, while the Expedition EL compares with the Chevrolet Suburban. Ford also sells a variant of the Expedition as the Lincoln Navigator. Inside the Expedition there are three rows of seats for up to 8 passengers. The standard 3.5l turbocharged V6 engine can tow up to 9200 lbs. when properly equipped. Compared to the shorter wheelbase Expedition, the Expedition EL adds some 15 inches of length behind the third row seat, doubling the three-row cargo carrying capability. Although full-size SUVs have become popular as family haulers, their only real advantage is the higher tow ratings. Full-size SUVs with truck underpinnings are robbed of interior space with the body mounted over the frame. Modern FWD-biased SUVs like the latest Explorer offer similar interior room with improved maneuverability, cargo capacity and fuel efficiency for far less money.

2017 Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer is a hall-of-fame vehicle. The original Explorer helped to define the SUV segment and for years sold in numbers that no modern SUV or crossover could duplicate. In 2011, Ford reinvented the Explorer. Like all but the largest SUVs, the Explorer is now a unibody vehicle with a FWD-biased drive system. The new Explorer is longer and wider than before with a more spacious interior for seven passengers. By comparison, the Honda Pilot is slightly smaller, but the Chevrolet Traverse is slightly larger. Under the hood, most models equip a 290-bhp 3.5l V6 that has more power than competitive V6s and nearly matches the output of the prior generation's V8. Ford also equips the Explorer with an unusual 2.0l turbocharged four-cylinder (FWD only) promising increased fuel economy. Ford offers the Explorer in three trim levels ranging from about $30,000 to well over $40,000, ensuring that there is a model for every taste and budget.

2017 Ford F-150 Crew Cab

The Ford F-Series is the best-selling pickup in the USA. One of the reasons for its popularity is the wide range of body and powertrain variants for personal use and utility needs. A properly equipped F-150 can tow up to 12,200 lbs. With the 2015 redesign, Ford concentrated on efficiency, selecting aluminum body panels and smaller displacement turbocharged engines. The F-Series SuperCrew (crew cab) has the widest range of trim levels with models ranging from the entry-level XL to the pricey Platinum models.

2017 Ford F-150 Extended Cab

The Ford F-Series is the best-selling pickup in the USA. One of the reasons for its popularity is the wide range of body and powertrain variants for personal use and utility needs. A properly equipped F-150 can tow up to 12,200 lbs. With the 2015 redesign, Ford concentrated on efficiency, selecting aluminum body panels and smaller displacement turbocharged engines. The F-Series SuperCrew (crew cab) has the widest range of trim levels with models ranging from the entry-level XL to the pricey Platinum models.

2017 Ford F-150 Regular Cab

The Ford F-Series is the best-selling pickup in the USA. One of the reasons for its popularity is the wide range of body and powertrain variants for personal use and utility needs. A properly equipped F-150 can tow up to 12,200 lbs. With the 2015 redesign, Ford concentrated on efficiency, selecting aluminum body panels and smaller displacement turbocharged engines. The F-Series SuperCrew (crew cab) has the widest range of trim levels with models ranging from the entry-level XL to the pricey Platinum models.

2017 Ford Fiesta

The Fiesta is a small front-wheel-drive car serves as Ford's entry-level model. Available in a four-door sedan and a 5-door hatch, the Fiesta combines smaller proportions and advanced powertrain technology to achieve fuel economy ratings of up to 29/40 (SFE package). Similar in size to the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris, the Fiesta is over 5 inches shorter and 3 inches narrower than the larger Ford Focus. With bright colors and sharp styling, the Fiesta does not look like inexpensive transportation. Although the base model priced at $14,000 is a bit spartan, it is possible to get a model with alloy wheels and power equipment for around $16,000.

2017 Ford Fiesta 5d

The Fiesta is a small front-wheel-drive car serves as Ford's entry-level model. Available in a four-door sedan and a 5-door hatch, the Fiesta combines smaller proportions and advanced powertrain technology to achieve fuel economy ratings of up to 29/40 (SFE package). Similar in size to the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris, the Fiesta is over 5 inches shorter and 3 inches narrower than the larger Ford Focus. With bright colors and sharp styling, the Fiesta does not look like inexpensive transportation. Although the base model priced at $15,000 is a bit spartan, it is possible to get a model with alloy wheels and power equipment for around $18,000.

2017 Ford Flex

The Flex is a purpose built crossover vehicle with three rows of seating and unique appearance guaranteed to draw stares. The Flex defies categorization and has few direct peers in the marketplace. With a height of just under 68 inches the Flex is shorter than a minivan, but significantly taller than other wagons like the Toyota Venza. The long body of the Flex is wrapped around a conventional three-row interior with generous accommodations for occupants in the first two rows of seats. The Flex falls short of the three row utility of a minivan with a smaller third row seat, and substantially less cargo area behind it. The long bulky rear passenger doors could make getting in and out of the rear seat difficult in parking lots. Ford's latest Explorer nearly matches utility of the Flex in a more conventional SUV body style. The Flex is offered in SE, SEL, and Limited trim levels. A 3.5L V6 and six-speed automatic transmission are standard on all trim levels, but a powerful turbocharged 3.5l V6 engine is available on the top model. Pricing starts at around $30,000, but climbs quickly to nearly $50,000.

2017 Ford Focus 5-door

Compact cars are one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. It takes a combination of style, value and fuel economy to succeed. Redesigned for 2012, the Ford Focus addresses all three with a range of models from the basic S to the high-end Titanium. A standard 160-bhp, 2.0l four cylinder engine is one of the most powerful engines in the segment, yet maintains a respectable EPA rating of 28 MPG city, 38 MPG highway (6-speed AT). The Focus is slightly smaller than some competitive models in the segment but splits the difference in size between the smaller Ford Fiesta, and the larger Ford Fusion. Two body styles are available: a sedan and a five-door hatchback. The basic S and SE have low starting prices, but include common cost cutting items like rear drum brakes and steel wheels with wheel covers. The Focus 5d is also available as an dedicated electric vehicle.

2017 Ford Focus Electric

Ford has aggressive plans to electrify its product range. One of the first dedicated electric vehicles due on the market is the Ford Focus Electric. Based on the new (for 2012) Ford Focus 5-door, the Focus electric is notable for being a mainstream product offering from a large automaker. Although details are somewhat vague, Ford claims that the Focus Electric is appropriate for the large number of people who drive 100 miles or less in a day's time. The battery pack is rechargeable in about 3 hours at 240V, or overnight at 120V. Ford plans to offer a low-cost 240V charging station through Best Buy retail stores. A variety of new technologies will provide drivers with critical information on the status of the system. Many features like the recharge status of the car will be available through the owner's smartphone or the web. A value charging function will allow the car to recharge during off-peak times.

2017 Ford Focus sedan

Compact cars are one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. It takes a combination of style, value and fuel economy to succeed. Redesigned for 2012, the Ford Focus addresses all three with a range of models from the basic S to the high-end Titanium. A standard 160-bhp, 2.0l four cylinder engine is one of the most powerful engines in the segment, yet maintains a respectable EPA rating of 28 MPG city, 38 MPG highway (6-speed AT). The Focus is slightly smaller than some competitive models but splits the difference in size between the smaller Ford Fiesta, and the larger Ford Fusion. Two body styles are available: a sedan and a five-door hatchback. The basic S and SE have low starting prices, but include common cost cutting items like rear drum brakes or steel wheels with wheel covers. At about $21,000, the Focus SE appearance package addresses both shortcomings nearly matching the price of similarly equipped models from other manufacturers.

2017 Ford Fusion

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2017 Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang is instantly recognizable as an American icon. The introduction of the latest model coincides with the Mustang's 50th anniversary. Base Mustangs equip a new 3.7l V6 and a 2.3l turbocharged four-cylinder engine is available for the first time in many years. Both engines are more powerful than many of Mustang's historic V8 models. The performance oriented GT model equips an updated version of the legendary 5.0l V8 rated at 420-bhp. All three engines are mated to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. With sleek styling and powerful, yet fuel-efficient engines, the Mustang is far from being a throwback pony car.

2017 Ford Mustang convertible

The Ford Mustang is instantly recognizable as an American icon. The introduction of the latest model coincides with the Mustang's 50th anniversary. Base Mustangs equip a new 3.7l V6 and a 2.3l turbocharged four-cylinder engine is available for the first time in many years. Both engines are more powerful than many of Mustang's historic V8 models. The performance oriented GT model equips an updated version of the legendary 5.0l V8 rated at 420-bhp. All three engines are mated to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. With sleek styling and powerful, yet fuel-efficient engines, the Mustang is far from being a throwback pony car.

2017 Ford Taurus

After twenty plus years on the market, the Taurus has clearly reached legendary status. The Taurus was once the best seller in its segment and remained a top seller for Ford even as Ford neglected the model for many years. In 2008, the underappreciated Ford Five Hundred was renamed Taurus setting the stage for the best Taurus in many years. The Taurus is a large sedan with plentiful legroom and headroom in the first and second rows. A 288-bhp V6 has sufficient power for quick acceleration with respectable fuel economy. The Taurus is FWD, but also offers AWD for increased traction. The latest model features a lengthy list of safety, technology and luxury features, many of which are standard equipment. The Taurus once again offers a high-performance SHO model. The Taurus SHO equips a 365-bhp turbocharged V6 for more power and AWD to put it to the road.

2017 Ford Transit Wagon

The new Ford Transit replaces the long-running E-Series vans in the US market. Available in two different wheelbase lengths, 3 different body lengths and three roof heights, there are six different sizes available. The smallest of these configurations is roughly the same size as the old E-Series vans with the larger sizes equaling those of the large Sprinter vans. A switch to unibody construction, gives the Transit a low load floor which will make loading cargo and passengers easier. Ford plans a variety of powertrains for the Transit including a 3.7l V6, a 3.5l turbocharged V6, and a 3.2l diesel, each more fuel efficient than the large displacement engines of prior vans. The wagon version of the Transit will be available in 8, 10, 12 and 15-passenger versions.

2017 Ford Transit Connect Wagon

Ford has been selling the global Transit Connect in the U.S. since 2010. Originally a bare bones vehicle aimed at commercial clients, the redesigned model introduced in 2014 added a seven passenger model more appropriate for families. The model range includes three trim levels and two vehicle lengths. The short wheelbase or 5-passenger models are available in XLT trim level only with a choice of 1.6l and 2.5l four-cylinder engines. The 7-passenger models are available in XL, XLT and Titanium trim levels with the 169-bhp 2.5l four-cylinder as standard equipment. Unlike other minivans, the 7-passenger model is available with either a rear liftgate or a split rear door. The most appealing model for families is the range topping Titanium 7-passenger Transit Connect which includes features like power seats, leather upholstery and alloy wheels.