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2005 Mustang GT Mid-Size Convertble

The all-new Ford Mustang builds on the car's storied heritage without looking blatantly retro like the PT Cruiser, New Beetle and Thunderbird. It's a brilliant design that looks modern and historic at the same time. The body's sense of heritage is carried into the interior, where nice materials and carefully designed instruments give it a classic muscle car personality inside. It's a major improvement over Ford's cheap-feeling interiors of just a few years ago. Read More »

2005 Ford F-150 Harley Edition Full-Size Pickup

With Harley logos peppered all over the body and cabin of this truck, there's no mistaking which brand is responsible for the style. The sheer number of logos may be overkill, though, like in those movies where the lead character drinks from a Pepsi can three dozen times. Read More »

2005 Ford Escape Hybrid Fuel Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The Ford Escape Hybrid looks and drives almost exactly like a regular Escape. It uses battery power to supplement a small gasoline engine to get 35 miles per gallon in town, 15 more than the V6 Escape. Just like on the outside, the Escape Hybrid's interior is virtually identical to the regular Escape's. Only a few extra gauges and a small LCD screen set it apart. Read More »

2005 Ford Five Hundred Full-Size Sedan

A couple of years ago at the New York Auto Show we interviewed Jim O'Connor, the CEO Ford "“ who is now about to retire. We asked him about Jay Mays' effect on Ford design. He started to talk about "sophisticated design." But then said, "let me show you." Read More »

2005 Ford Freestar Minivan

After only a year on the market, Ford's big minivan shows new shades for clearcoat metallic body paint -- such as Arizona Beige, Matador Red or Dark Shadow Grey. Read More »