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2005 Ford Taurus Mid-Size Sedan and Wagon

The popular family cars from Ford fit in the mid-size class and appear in configurations of a four-door sedan and five-door station wagon. All issues for 2005 line up in simplified trim sequences as SE or SEL. Read More »

2005 Ford Escape Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

New Car Review of the 2005 Ford Escape Compact Sport Utility Vehicle Description: Compact Sport Utility Vehicle Base MSRP Range: $19,405 – $28,005 Invoice Price Range: $18,038 – $25,864 Where built: USA Ford’s front-wheel-drive (FWD) crossover wagon foregoes the body-on-frame structure of a truck-based SUV in favor of a monocoque platform that unites chassis and body in a cohesive unit ... Read More »

2004 Ford Focus Compact Sedan

Despite some cheap-looking materials, the affordable Ford Focus has a comfortable interior with roomy front seats. The back seat is a little cramped, but what do you expect - a limo? Not for under $15,000. Read More »

2005 Ford Escape Hybrid Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The Ford Escape Hybrid, gas-electric, sport utility is the first product of its kind to hit the market, and the first to be built in the United States. It is beating the Toyota Highlander and Lexus RX to market giving it an early opportunity to demonstrate its use to the American public. Read More »

2004 Ford Super Duty F-250 and F-350 Full-Size Pickup Trucks

Ford's lineup of Super Duty trucks has a tough, rugged look that matches its fantastic work ability. With the right options, it can tow up to 14,200 pounds. While it's not nearly as comfortable and classy as the latest F-150's cabin, the inside of Ford's Super Duty work truck is still fairly nice. Although the cabin has lots of space, the truck's massive size can be a pain in parking lots and drive-thru lanes. Read More »

2004 Ford F150 Lariat SuperCrew 4X4 Full-Size Pickup Truck

Over the last few decades the F-150 has gone from farm boy to city slicker. Once only found hauling hay and equipment along the outskirts of town, it can now be seen in every socioeconomic suburb, from middle to upper class (at least in Texas). It's as much a family mobile as it is a workhorse. Read More »