2013 Ford Mustang, ABS, SYNC Hands Free, Heated Seats, Rear Spoiler, Shaker Audio, Interior Upgrade Package... The 2013 Ford Mustang features a facelift and comes out bigger, bolder, cleaner. It's a change, not just a tweak. The 2013 Mustang resembles a Steve McQueen Bullitt Mustang, its mouth shaped more like '70 Mustang than a '65. It also has a stronger and cleaner grille and front fascia, incorporating the air intakes and doing away with all the flat-black plastic from before. New HID projector-beam headlamps have two LED streaks at their sides, a look that will take getting used to. The sideview mirrors do something cool: when the unlock button on the remote is pressed, an image of a galloping horse in white LED light appears on the ground like a spotlight on a stage. There's good head and leg room up front, and visibility through the windshield is good, especially for a low-slung coupe. Naturally, the two-passenger rear seat is no place for adults. Rear-seat headroom is limited by the rake of the coupe roof, and leg room is minimal, even with the front seats moved forward. That comes with the territory of such a car and its shape and is a small price to be paid for such proportions. The cloth seats are great; cloth can easily be a deal-breaker, but in the Mustang it's not. In fact, the cloth seats fit better than the leather, maybe because they grip better.
2014 Ford Explorer, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Power/Heated Front Seats, SYNC Hands Free. This SUV has a clean SGI report. It's not as versatile or roomy as some other large crossover SUVs, but the 2014 Ford Explorer is still a respectable pick in this class thanks to its high-end cabin and long list of advanced features. Its combination of power, fuel economy and interior refinement makes it far more desirable for everyday use than previous versions. Standard equipment includes a V6 engine, 17-inch steel wheels, automatic headlamps, rear privacy glass, integrated blind-spot mirrors, roof rails, cruise control, full power accessories, air-conditioning, a 50/50-split third-row seat, a six-way power driver seat (manual recline), a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a trip computer and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player and an auxiliary audio jack. The XLT adds 18-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a keyless entry code pad, Bluetooth, Sync (Ford's voice-activated phone/entertainment interface), a six-way front passenger seat, satellite radio and a USB port. 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. Today's 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.
2016 Ford Transit Connect, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Heated Mirrors, Remote Start. The 2016 Ford Transit Connect can be a smart choice for small business owners or families seeking a lower-cost, more maneuverable alternative to full-size cargo vans or minivans. For commercial users Ford has pre-drilled holes to allow for easy setup of shelving and storage units, and if you have a lot of cargo, the Transit Connect can haul up to 1,600 pounds or tow up to 2,000 pounds. That's not much compared with full-size cargo vans but for smaller businesses, this might be just enough capability. Plus, even when carrying a full load, the Transit Connect feels agile and easy to maneuver. The XLT wagon gets you body-color bumpers, foglights, power-adjustable heated mirrors, rear privacy glass, cloth upholstery, driver lumbar adjustment, a passenger vanity mirror, a multifunction display, cruise control and a CD player. The XLT wagon also included a rearview camera and a thicker acoustic windshield. In government crash tests, the 2016 Transit Connect wagon earned five out of five stars for overall crash protection, with four stars for frontal crash protection and five stars for side crash protection.
2017 Ford Escape, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Rear Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, SYNC 3, SYNC Connect, Power Driver Seat, Navigation, Power Liftgate, Class II Trailer Tow Package, Leather Plus Package. This SUV has a clean SGI report. The Ford Escape, unlike most compact crossovers, is more like a tall wagon with rakish styling and sporty handling. The Escape's styling is clean, crisp and stylish. Its pert sheet metal makes you think it's a crossover aiming to steal away the Outback market of outdoorsy milennials. It's direct, modern. The seatbacks and headrests flip down easily, creating 68 cubic feet of cargo space. The rear hatch can be opened by swinging a foot under the bumper, with the fob in your pocket or purse. The Escape does not handle like an SUV, it handles like a sharp and engaging liftback, albeit a high one. Crisp steering, responsive handling, great body control. The steering is crisp, weighty and fast, while being not too overly blessed with feedback. Forget truck-like.
The Ford Escape is no frumpy crossover. It's more like a tall wagon than an SUV, with rakish styling and sporty handling. The Escape offers responsive steering, crisp handling, and best body control. Safety features include adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, forward collision warning with braking, lane keeping, and active park assist that can steer the car into a parking space. A warning on the dash goes off if the car senses the driver is tired. The front seats are slim and firm. The electronic parking brake, small as a button, frees up center console space. There's a horizontal vent under the LCD screen that does a good job of heating and cooling the climate controls and kneecaps. There's a CD player on the center stack. The Escape's handling is sharp and engaging, responsive with great body control, much better than your average crossover. The steering is crisp, weighty and fast. What makes it so good might be the electronic torque vectoring, which dabs the inside front brake in a corner to help the car turn. That's why it's so sharp.
2018 Ford Mustang, Advancetrac, ABS, SYNC Hands Free, Rear View Camera, Security Package. This car has a clean SGI report. The 2018 Ford Mustang benefits from a major refresh, with significant changes in styling, drivetrain, suspension, and interior. The Mustang is smarter than ever: more capable, more fun, better balanced, and faster. Styling changes, with redesigned grille and hood, are subtle but make the car striking. The 2018 Mustang draws stares, casual observers noticing something has changed. Adaptive suspension is available on every model. It uses dampers with magnetic fluid, and allows a driver to set the ride at soft for around-town comfort, or firm for sharp handling. The performance of the 2018 Mustang is more complete and compelling than it's ever been. Not only for the new power and available active magnetic suspension, but also for its stout brakes and steering rack that's weighted just right.
The Mustang was redesigned for 2015, featuring an independent suspension to replace the live axle in the rear end, and introducing a turbocharged four-cylinder. The 2017 Mustang outclasses the pre-2015 Mustang, with beautiful control and stability. The EcoBoost 2.3-liter four-cylinder uses a twin-scroll turbo and direct injection, to make an entertaining 310 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque. The aviation theme of the interior delivers large, clear gauges and information located directly in front of the driver, and the ergonomics are good, with tactile switches and knobs.
Blind Spot Information, System, Navigation, Trailer Tow Package, FX4 Off Road Package, Trailer Brake Controller, Lariat Sport Package. 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 redesigned 2015 Ford F-150 may not look all that different, but those familiar lines disguise what is unquestionably the most sophisticated and capable version of this best-selling pickup ever to hit the road. The restyled grille and distinctively shaped headlights are the most obvious visual clues that you're looking at an all-new truck. One of the first things you notice when driving the 2015 Ford F-150 is that it really does feel lighter, more agile and less-trucklike. 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 F-150 is solid and predictable when driving around turns and it's quiet on long highway drives as well.
The 365-horsepower turbocharged V6 in the all-wheel-drive SHO model is a blast. It accelerates from zero to sixty in about five seconds, using a 6-speed paddle-shifting transmission and riding on a tuned suspension. With stiffer shocks and springs, and larger anti-roll bars, it turns in crisply, especially for a big sedan. The steering delivers good feedback and a precise, direct action. It feels nicely balanced and grips the road well, although the body leans when driven hard in corners.
2017 Ford F150, ABS, Roll Stability Control, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Navigation, Heated Steering Wheel, Skid Plates, Trailer Tow Package, Trailer Brake Controller, Tailgate step. This truck has a clean SGI report. The 2017 Ford F-150 is the most innovative of the full-size pickups. Introduced as a 2015 model, the current-generation F-150 boasts a lightweight body made of high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy, along with a frame that uses high-strength steel to further reduce weight, dropping more than 500 pounds. Less weight means better fuel economy, quicker performance, shorter stopping distances, greater payload. Ford's SYNC 3 was added for 2016. By pickup standards, the F-150 feels smooth and soft, the cab relatively isolated from road surface vibration. Its ride comfort and substantial feel makes the F-150 much more enjoyable on the road.
2017 Ford F150, ABS, Roll Stability Control, Rear View Camera, SYNC Hands Free, Blind Spot Info System, Navigation, Twin Panel Moon Roof, Max Trailer Tow Package, Tailgate Step, SYNC Connect. The 2017 Ford F-150 is the most innovative of the full-size pickups. Introduced as a 2015 model, the current-generation F-150 boasts a lightweight body made of high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy, along with a frame that uses high-strength steel to further reduce weight, dropping more than 500 pounds. Less weight means better fuel economy, quicker performance, shorter stopping distances, greater payload. Ford's SYNC 3 was added for 2016. By pickup standards, the F-150 feels smooth and soft, the cab relatively isolated from road surface vibration. Its ride comfort and substantial feel makes the F-150 much more enjoyable on the road.
There are myriad advancements rolled into the F-series Super Duty for 2017, including an all-new aluminum body and bed (just like the light-duty F-150), a stiffer steel frame, and a revised Power Stroke turbo-diesel 6.7-liter V-8 engine option. Yet for truckers who occasionally venture into crowded urban areas or tight worksites, the Super Duty's new variable-ratio steering system could be its most noteworthy enhancement. The setup gives the driver the impression of greater maneuverability by, as Ford puts it, mechanically adding or subtracting rotations to driver input at the steering wheel. Said another way, for a given steering input, the front wheels will turn more at lower speeds and less at higher speeds. What's truly special about the setup is that it's based within the steering wheel's hub, not in the steering gear itself, as is common. This allowed Ford to retain the F-series' hydraulically assisted recirculating-ball steering system, simplifying the manufacturing process. For those who enjoy probing the outer towing limits of trucks smaller than semis, Ford boasts that the F-350 can now lug up to 32,000 pounds. If you tow a mere race car or travel trailer, it likely will feel as though nothing's back there.
Crossovers are built on a car-like structure but combine the utility of a traditional truck-based SUV with the smoother ride and improved fuel economy of a car. The Journey rides reasonably well and handles more like a big car. It's on the inside that the Journey really shines. The Dodge Journey has standard seating for five, but that can be expanded to seven. Filling the Journey with adults won't make all your passengers happy, but the rear seat should work well for children. The better news is the utility the Journey offers. While cargo room is only average for the class, the Journey offers a fold flat front passenger seat that will allow loading items up to nine feet long. It also has several unique storage solutions that owners will find useful. These include a bin under the front passenger seat, storage under the floor in the second row and behind the last row of seats, a dual glove box with Dodge's Chill Zone that cools soda cans, and all the usual cubbies up front, including a fairly deep center console. For the young family on the go, the Journey will offer a pleasant ride, plenty of room, and enough storage and entertainment options to keep the kids occupied.
The Hyundai Tucson is a compact crossover SUV that delivers responsive performance and good fuel economy. It's roomy, comfortable cabin makes it easy to live with. A choice of engines is available. 2013 Hyundai Tucson models get more standard equipment than before. The 2013 Tucson GLS comes standard with fog lights, automatic headlight control, and heated front seats. Inside, the cabin is a model of straightforwardness and simplicity. It's excellent ergonomically, meaning everything is easy to reach and operate. The materials are nice. The seats are supportive and comfortable. There's plenty of room in both the front and rear seats, with comfortable seating for four, capability for five. The Hyundai Tucson is a compelling choice among compact SUVs. Tucson offers a lavishly equipped package, with all the engineering, comfort, and over-the-road advantages demanded of a contemporary crossover utility.
The Mazda CX-3 is an all-new subcompact crossover, a small SUV-like car smaller than the Mazda CX-5 compact crossover. Despite its crossover-type basic profile, the CX-3 manages to appear more racy than some sports cars. Good looks aren't everything, of course. Capability is important and Mazda's impressive new entrant shines brightly on several fronts. As striking as the new design is, the 2016 Mazda CX-3 also delivers the goods in terms of comfort, performance, and overall ability. The CX-3 cabin is attractive and looks similar to that of the Mazda3. The front seats are roomy, the back seats acceptable, and the cargo area is useful for small loads. The CX-3 is great fun to drive. It maneuvers through tight quarters well and the steering and suspension are tuned to offer responsive handling yet it is stable at higher speeds. Ride quality it good, the suspension filtering roughness out of the roads, and the cabin remains relatively quiet for the class. Strong on style and on value, with an impressive group of standard features, the CX-3 is rakish, modern, and among the most enjoyable vehicles of its type to drive. Mazda will be targeting young couples and older empty-nesters, rather than families with children, but nearly anyone is likely to be pleased with this little crossover's behavior, zip, and comfort.
The Camaro has muscle-car attitude, high shoulders, scorching performance, and it still turns as many heads on the street as it did when it re-debuted a little more than eight years ago. The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro comes with a long list of safety features and five-star rating from NHTSA, making it one of safer choices you could make in terms of muscle cars.
Driving a Corvette should be an emotional experience, drop the top on a nice day, blare the stereo and you'll have what psychologists call a peak experience. It's a fantastic feeling and at those moments the Corvette more than justifies its price, which is a bargain compared to other truly capable high-performance sports cars. The best thing about the 2007 Corvette is that you don't have to suspend right-brain rationality to enjoy it. Chevrolet has eliminated nearly all the cruder, less desirable traits that characterized Corvettes of yore, and its performance does not exact a painful toll on driver or passenger. The Corvette could be a reasonably comfortable daily drive. Driven sanely, it can deliver pretty good mileage, too, up to 28 mpg highway by the EPA's formula, better than most SUVs.
The Cadillac SRX is a five-passenger luxury crossover SUV with a placid ride, potent powertrain, deluxe accommodations, and the latest technology. The SRX is built on a unitbody, like a car. This is the SRX's final season, as a replacement named XT5 is expected for 2017. SRX ranks near the peak of its class in safety, having earned five-star crash-test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named it a Top Safety Pick. Cadillac provides quite an array of safety systems, including adaptive cruise control and cross traffic alert, as well as a Safety Alert seat and automatic front/rear braking assist. Refined and subtle, the cockpit is a modern blend of large touchscreen interfaces with well-done, traditional details, led by stitched leather trim and hand-cut/sewn instrument-panel coverings. Well-contoured seats, front and rear, provide ample space for five. Front occupants benefit from extendable thigh bolsters. Most riders should be pleased by the seat height.
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