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Totally redesigned, the 2012 Ford Focus looks, feels, and smells like the future. It makes its claim as the technology and fuel-mileage leader in the compact car class, a crowded and competitive field full of good cars. All 2012 Focus models use an all-new 2.0-liter engine with direct injection and twin variable valve timing. The engine makes 160 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque, an increase over the last year's engine. It's plenty powerful, but mostly, it's extremely smooth. That's what a driver will feel: "Man, this car is smoooth. The Focus is a compact car with the NVH qualities of a full-size car. A lot of productive effort went into making the cabin silent, with sound insulation. Powertrain noise has also been reduced, by attentive engineering of the new engine, transmission, and chassis.
 
MP3 Player, AM/FM Stereo, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Fog Lamps, Auxiliary Audio Input, Temporary Spare Tire, Aluminum Wheels, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Turbocharged, Brake Actuated Limited Slip Differential, Power Mirror(s), Rear Defrost, ABS, Power Steering, Tires - Rear Performance, Privacy Glass, Tires - Front Performance, Automatic Headlights, Brake Assist, Rear Spoiler, Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers, Four Wheel Drive, Power Door Locks, Satellite Radio, CD Player, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Traction Control, Child Safety Locks, Rear Head Air Bag, Trip Computer, Passenger Air Bag Sensor, Bluetooth Connection, Power Windows, Cloth Seats, Knee Air Bag, Bucket Seats, Floor Mats, Front Head Air Bag, Rear Bench Seat, Heated Front Seat(s), Cruise Control, Back-Up Camera, Front Side Air Bag, Stability Control, Driver Restriction Features, Tire Pressure Monitor, Driver Air Bag, A/C, Driver Vanity Mirror, Keyless Entry, Engine Immobilizer, Passenger Vanity Mirror, Pass-Through Rear Seat
 
Leather Seats, Front Reading Lamps, Floor Mats, Aluminum Wheels, Driver Adjustable Lumbar, Power Driver Seat, Passenger Vanity Mirror, Pass-Through Rear Seat, Intermittent Wipers, A/C, Tires - Rear All-Season, Power Windows, Driver Vanity Mirror, Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror, Leather Steering Wheel, Power Passenger Seat, Privacy Glass, Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror, Power Door Locks, Split Bench Seat, Four Wheel Drive, Running Boards/Side Steps, Tires - Front All-Season, Cassette, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Universal Garage Door Opener, Sliding Rear Window, Rear Bench Seat, Power Mirror(s), Woodgrain Interior Trim, Passenger Adjustable Lumbar, ABS, Cruise Control, Fog Lamps, Tow Hooks, Passenger Air Bag, Automatic Headlights, Driver Air Bag, CD Player, Power Steering, Conventional Spare Tire, Trip Computer, Power Outlet, AM/FM Stereo, Keyless Entry, Adjustable Steering Wheel
 
2011 E250, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Cruise Control, Cloth Bucket Seats, Power Group, Fixed Side and Cargo Door Glass. The Ford E-Series features a large front grille and squared-off headlights. Also, the rear doors can swing out a full 178 degrees. Swing-out 60/40-split doors are installed on the passenger side and in the rear. Aimed at commercial applications, the cargo-hauling van is fitted with two bucket seats up front.
 
The 2006 Lincoln Mark LT is a thoroughly polished, well-trimmed, four-door vehicle that can transport four people in comfort, five people in a pinch, handle a payload of more than a ton and a half, and tow up to 8900 pounds. The latest in engine technology delivers best-in-class fuel economy. Lincoln has trimmed the Mark LT with most of the features expected in a luxury-class vehicle. Automatic air conditioning is standard, of course, as are cruise control and power windows and heated outside mirrors with integrated turn signals. There's wood applique on the dash and the inside door handles. The front seats are heated, leather-surfaced and have power adjustments for all but lumbar and seatback recline, which are manual. Seats front and rear are virtually bolster free and borderline over-stuffed, much like what might be found in the den of an upscale house or in an airline first-class cabin. An oversize center console with a deep storage bin separates the two front seats, which are adjustable along multiple planes. The rear seat, which is rather upright and fixed, can sit three, but with a fold-down center armrest, it's more inviting for two.
 
Substantially upgraded for 2013, the Ford Flex is an innovative vehicle, and the only full-size car of its kind. Ford says that among all its cars, the Flex has the highest percentage of return buyers, at 67 percent. And 45 percent of Flex owners are women. The Flex is all about people, except when the seats fold flat, as they easily do; then it can be all about cargo. Because Flex is not built on a rugged body-on-frame chassis, it's not like an old-school SUV. Nor is Flex like a van. We'd call it a superb cross between a limo and a taxi. If you have a spouse and four or five kids who like to travel to distant places including snowy mountains or desert sands, the Ford Flex can't be beat. The 2013 Ford Flex comes with a new brake system. There's also new electronic power steering with a quicker steering ratio. Although the Flex is no sports sedan, the cornering is impressive for a vehicle like this, with fairly high limits. There's a big glovebox that's easy to open, deep door pockets, ergonomically easy door handles, and great cubbies here and there, including a deep downhill cubby like a rabbit hole forward of the shift lever, and clever ones by the driver's right knee and passenger's left knee. No less than 10 cup and bottle holders, grab handles, lush padded armrest lid for the deep center console between the seats, with USB ports inside. It's all been thought out. The Ford Flex is the only game in town, if you want a smooth, fast, comfortable, safe, and roomy full-size utility vehicle that seats seven and isn't a crossover or SUV.
 
Ford Escape is practical and comfortable with a classy cabin and plenty of cargo space. It rides smoothly and has excellent handling. Inside, creature comfort is impeccable, rugged and handsome. Interior materials are soft, and the plastic high quality. Rear legroom is decent, at 36.8 inches, and rear climate control is standard. There's excellent cargo space: 68.1 cubic feet behind the first row and 34.3 cubic feet behind the second row, and the standard 60/40 rear seat folds flat wonderfully fast, using one lever. An available magic release for the liftgate is handy when your arms are full and you have cargo to load. Kick your foot under the rear bumper, and presto, the liftgate pops open so you can drop your things into the back without having to set them down and fumble for your remote. Safety equipment standard includes AdvanceTrac traction and stability control with roll stability control, Curve Control, Torque Vectoring Control, two-stage frontal airbags, driver knee airbag, side airbags, ABS with Brake Assist, tire pressure monitor, and rearview camera.
 
*Standard safety features for all 2013 Ford F-150s include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, stability control, trailer sway control, front-seat side and full-length side curtain airbags. Ford's Sync system includes an emergency crash-notification feature that automatically dials 911 when paired with a compatible cell phone.* *The FX trims add 18-inch wheels, a trailer tow package, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped and telescoping steering wheel with additional controls, front bucket seats, a six-way power-adjustable driver seat, a household power outlet, a trip computer with color display and satellite radio. Four-wheel-drive FX models also gain hill descent control, skid plates and an electronic locking rear differential.* *The F-150 is well suited to life as a work truck. It can be equipped to perform a variety of work- and recreation-related chores, and little details like the clever tailgate step, trailer sway control, box side steps and the Work Solutions options make life easier for the owner.*
 
The 2013 Ford Edge is trendy, elegant and at the same time a very functional sport utility vehicle. With its striking outlook and interior, it stands out in the crowd. It is a highly capable mainstream crossover. Whether an everyday vehicle or an off-road SUV is required, the Ford Edge will go wherever it is taken, with luxury and comfort. It might even replace the minivan. With lots of cargo space and cabin space, carpooling may be back with a bang. Not only that, but gas-guzzling SUVs may run for the hills after such economical midsize SUV crossovers are introduced in the market. The design of this vehicle is simple and yet very chic, it's pleasing to the eyes no matter whether it is for a teen, a working mother, or just a person who needs a multipurpose vehicle. Style, comfort, functionality and luxury, are all combined in the cabin of Ford Edge. The cabin is quiet and comfortable with dual-zone electronic temperature controls and an abundant amount of technology and gadgets to play with. With passenger volume at 108.4 cubic-feet and cargo space behind the second row at 32.2 cubic-feet, the Ford Edge could easily seat five passengers comfortably. It could be considered as one of the most spacious crossovers on the market. Head room measures at about 40 inches and leg room at about 41 inches for the front row passengers. The power lift gate comes in real handy for shorter drivers who cannot reach the hatch to close it.
 
The 2011 Ford F-150 is an excellent all-around truck. The added muscle and fuel economy for 2011 is a nice complement to an already impressive truck. Folks with typical pickup requirements (such as hauling the family and/or a bed full of lawn mulch) will find that the F-150 is a great choice. Thanks to the more powerful engine, the F-150's tow ratings have gone up and range from 6,100 pounds with the 3.7-liter V6. Antilock disc brakes, stability control, trailer sway control and a full complement of airbags (including front seat side and full-length side curtain) are standard across the board. The 2011 Ford F-150 delivers solid ride and handling dynamics for a full-size truck, and it's remarkably quiet at speed, a trademark of recent F-150s. In SuperCrew form, the 2011 Ford F-150 can comfortably seat four people, and you can squeeze in up to six in a pinch. Backseat comfort is superb thanks to abundant legroom, a flat floor and a seatback angle that's pleasantly reclined. Cargo-carrying capacity in the SuperCrew's cab is also excellent.
 
2015 Ford F150, ABS, Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Cruise Control. This truck has a clean SGI report. Ford engineers have made extensive use of lightweight aluminum in everything from the hood and body panels to the pickup bed to help shave off as much as 700 pounds of weight in the process. Lest you think aluminum is synonymous with flimsy beer cans, Ford says that the military-grade alloys used on the F-150 come in a wide variety of different thicknesses, many of which can be tougher than steel at a fraction of the weight. Underpinning it all is a full ladder-reinforced frame that uses significantly more high-strength steel than the outgoing model. Standard safety features on the 2015 Ford F-150 include antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, trailer sway control, front-seat side impact airbags and full-length side-curtain airbags. In the event of a crash, the Sync system can use a paired cell phone to summon help from the authorities. The ride quality is relatively firm, which could be related to the new F-150's lightweight body and the higher payload it enables; the difference between empty and fully loaded has widened, so the rear suspension calibration necessary to shoulder the load can make an empty F-150 feel a bit bound up. Still, the F-150 is solid and predictable when driving around turns and it's quiet on long highway drives as well.
 
2013 Ford F150, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Convenience Package, Power Driver Seat, Trailer Tow Package, Trailer Brake Controller, XLT Plus Package, Off Road Package, Tailgate Step. More creature comforts come with the XLT in the form of automatic headlights, foglights, chrome exterior trim, a keyless entry keypad, the Sync voice-activation system and Bluetooth. Standard safety features for all 2013 Ford F-150s include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, stability control, trailer sway control, front-seat side and full-length side curtain airbags. Ford's Sync system includes an emergency crash-notification feature that automatically dials 911 when paired with a compatible cell phone. The F-150 is well suited to life as a work truck. It can be equipped to perform a variety of work- and recreation-related chores, and little details like the clever tailgate step, trailer sway control, box side steps and the Work Solutions options make life easier for the owner.
 
2014 Ford Expedition, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Trailer Tow Package, Navigation, Power Deploying Running Boards, Skid Plates, Self Leveling Suspension. This SUV has a clean SGI report. With the ability to carry eight passengers and tow up to 9,200 pounds, the 2014 Ford Expedition remains one of the most capable vehicles on the market for large families with a boat or travel trailer. The Ford Expedition comes standard with antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, trailer sway control, front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. Ford's programmable MyKey system, which allows parents to specify maximum speed limits and stereo volumes for secondary drivers, is also standard. Rear parking sensors are standard across the board, and the Limited also has front sensors.
 
The 2014 Ford Explorer has kept up with the times. Its combination of power, fuel economy and interior refinement makes it far more desirable for everyday use than previous versions. The Explorer offers more interior space, better fuel economy and a more comfortable ride, all of which are desirable in a family vehicle. The Ford is also pretty upscale inside, with seating for up to seven passengers and a comprehensive list of convenience and safety features Every 2014 Ford Explorer comes standard with stability and traction control, trailer sway control, front seat side airbags, side curtain airbags, a front passenger knee airbag and MyKey, which allows parents to specify limits for vehicle speed and stereo volume. The Explorer's stability control system also includes Ford's Curve Control, which can monitor speed carried into a corner and decelerate if necessary. The Explorer Sport is 4WD only, and it comes with a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine and the six-speed automatic. The turbo V6 is rated at 365 hp and 360 lb-ft of torque. In government crash tests, the Explorer earned a five-star rating (out of a possible five) for overall crash protection, with five stars for total front-impact protection and five stars for total side-impact protection.
 
Bristling with functionality and utility, the 2012 Ford F-250 Super Duty blends power, refinement and high-tech gadgetry that appeal to work and recreational demands. In some respects, the 2012 Ford F-250 Super Duty is more versatile and appealing than its bigger brothers, the F-350 and F-450. The towing and payload numbers are lower, of course, but the lighter F-250 is a little more nimble and might return better fuel economy. Overall, the F-250 Super Duty represents a total package befitting a widely defined market and customer. The big-rig character is personified by the massive but well-proportioned styling that includes an imposing chrome grille and football-sized Blue Oval badge. The truck's gentler side offers comfortable seating and interior amenities to soothe the soul on long trips. The 2012 Ford F-250 Super Duty comes standard with four-wheel antilock disc brakes, stability control, trailer sway control, hill start assist and side curtain airbags. An integrated trailer brake controller is standard on XLT.
 
2014 Ford F150, ABS, Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, Trailer Tow Package, Trailer Brake Controller, Power Sliding Rear Window. Other than a few minor changes to equipment and options, the 2014 Ford F-150 carries over unchanged. Standard safety features for all 2014 Ford F-150s include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, stability control, trailer sway control, front-seat side and full-length side curtain airbags.
 
Ford engineers have made extensive use of lightweight aluminum in everything from the hood and body panels to the pickup bed to help shave off as much as 700 pounds of weight in the process. Lest you think aluminum is synonymous with flimsy beer cans, Ford says that the military-grade alloys used on the F-150 come in a wide variety of different thicknesses, many of which can be tougher than steel at a fraction of the weight. Underpinning it all is a full ladder-reinforced frame that uses significantly more high-strength steel than the outgoing model. Standard safety features on the 2015 Ford F-150 include antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, trailer sway control, front-seat side impact airbags and full-length side-curtain airbags. In the event of a crash, the Sync system can use a paired cell phone to summon help from the authorities. The ride quality is relatively firm, which could be related to the new F-150's lightweight body and the higher payload it enables; the difference between empty and fully loaded has widened, so the rear suspension calibration necessary to shoulder the load can make an empty F-150 feel a bit bound up. Still, the F-150 is solid and predictable when driving around turns and it's quiet on long highway drives as well.
 
Ford went radically lean when it redesigned the Ford F-150 for 2015, giving its ever-popular full-size pickup an aluminum-intensive body. Visual appearance didn't change much, considering the dramatic re-skinning. Though the big pickup remains upright in profile, the F-150 lost 500 pounds or more. The body and cargo bed are made of aluminum panels glued and riveted together. All that aluminum sits atop a ladder frame, made mostly of high-strength steel. Nothing appears to have been diminished by going light, and Ford's 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 is especially impressive. It produces 325 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque, for an 8,500-pound towing capacity. Ride quality and handling prowess haven't changed substantially with the new aluminum body, but the reduced weight clearly helps isolation from the road surface.
 
2013 Ford F150, ABS, Roll Stability Control, SYNC Hands Free, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, Power Sliding Rear Window, Remote Start, Tailgate Step. *Standard safety features for all 2013 Ford F-150s include four-wheel antilock disc brakes, stability control, trailer sway control, front-seat side and full-length side curtain airbags. Ford's Sync system includes an emergency crash-notification feature that automatically dials 911 when paired with a compatible cell phone.* *The FX trims add 18-inch wheels, a trailer tow package, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped and telescoping steering wheel with additional controls, front bucket seats, a six-way power-adjustable driver seat, a household power outlet, a trip computer with color display and satellite radio. Four-wheel-drive FX models also gain hill descent control, skid plates and an electronic locking rear differential.* *The F-150 is well suited to life as a work truck. It can be equipped to perform a variety of work- and recreation-related chores, and little details like the clever tailgate step, trailer sway control, box side steps and the Work Solutions options make life easier for the owner.*
 
The Explorer looks rugged, but that's deceiving. In fact, it should be viewed as a front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive family wagon. It's not rough and tumble like it used to be, back in the day when it was body-on-frame, and had locking hubs and a low-range transfer case. The engine is a 3.5-liter V6 that's used in many other Fords, from Flex to Fusion. It makes 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque, and can accelerate to 60 miles per hour in about 8.5 seconds, using the standard 6-speed automatic transmission. The Explorer earns five stars in its NHTSA crash rating in every category except rollover, but we can't think of any tall SUV that gets five stars there. With the IIHS, the Explorer got top scores in the moderate-front overlap, side impact and roof strength tests, but only Marginal in the small-overlap crash test. One feature that might enhance safety but doesn't factor into crash ratings is the Explorer's Curve Control within the stability control; it adapts throttle and brake to upcoming corners. Also standard is trailer sway control.
 

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