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First Drives2020 Ford Explorer: Five-pronged Attack
STEVENSON, Washington— The Explorer is the most successful vehicle launched by America’s oldest manufacturer in the last 30 years. Sure, the Ford GT is spectacular and the Mustang deserves a lot of praise, but these two sports cars have not changed the daily lives of hundreds of millions of people …
Test Drives2019 Ford Mustang BULLITT: Call Me Steve
Although Ford is trying hard to convince us that a turbo four-cylinder Mustang is awesome, this sports car is much more delectable with a good ol’ V8. For those who believe they’ll lack originality by purchasing a Mustang GT, and who can’t swing a Shelby GT350, there’s the BULLITT. In …
PreviewsFive Things to Know About the 2020 Ford Escape
Best-selling SUV in Canada for many years, the Ford Escape was aging and the number of competitors in its segment has grown substantially. It was time for the American manufacturer to give the Escape a major redesign. The 2020 model year will bring many changes to the popular compact SUV, …
First Drives2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350: I Will Never Change
DETROIT (Michigan) – If you came here to read about autonomous, electric or sensible cars, you’re at the wrong place. We invite you to read other articles published by The Car Guide . What you have here is the 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, a car born from a desire …

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NewsOriginal Ford Mustang from "Bullitt" Soon to be Auctioned
One of the most iconic and legendary movie cars of all time is set to change hands. And it could sell for a record price. One of the two Ford Mustangs used for the shooting of Bullitt will be auctioned off in January in Florida. The car's owner, Sean Kiernan, …
New Models2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R Improved for Better Handling
Hot on the heels of the all-new 760-horsepower Shelby GT500 , the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R is benefiting from a series of upgrades designed to put on a show even more—both on and off the track. It starts with new front suspension geometry including a redesigned high-trail steering knuckle …
NewsRumour: Ford Bronco to go Small First, Then Big
In a somewhat surprising turn of events, it looks like the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco will not come to market in the way we initially anticipated. Sources familiar with future Ford product plans, who spoke to the Ford Authority website on the basis of anonymity, claim the company will first …
News2020 Ford Super Duty’s 7.3L V8 Offers Class-leading Power, Torque
With FCA and General Motors seriously elevating their game in the heavy-duty pickup segment with next-generation models, Ford had no choice but to respond in a big way. The 2020 Ford Super Duty trucks were introduced back in February after getting a significant mid-cycle update and we now have the …
NewsMakes and Models with the Best Value in Canada for 2019
Car ownership is one of the biggest expenses of Canadian households, so it’s no wonder many consumers look for models and brands offering the most bang for their buck—not just right out of the dealer lot, but also over the many years to come. On that topic, market analysis firm …
NewsThe Most Appealing Brands and Models in 2019 According to J.D. Power
J.D. Power today released its 2019 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study and found out that customers are increasingly satisfied with their new vehicles, mostly due to improvements in infotainment systems and increased availability of advanced driver-assist technologies. The study measures owners’ emotional attachment and level of excitement with …
ElectricWatch: Ford F-150 Electric Prototype Tows 1 Million Lbs
Electric pickups are coming, people. For real. While not many conventional truck owners are likely to want one and not just because of the hefty price tag, these machines will be capable of some pretty amazing feats. Take the Ford F-150 Electric, for instance. In a video posted by the …
BuzzFord Wants to Introduce the World’s First Pickup Truck Emoji
Ford is currently working on the world’s smallest pickup truck and, if all goes according to plan, we could see it everywhere pretty soon. No, it’s not a more compact version of the Ranger , not even a die-cast model or a Hot Wheels toy. Today, July 17, is World …

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40th Mustang Anniversary - Throwback Thursday
The Ford Mustang may soon be the only car that Ford will be building now that it has gone all-in on SUV’s. The Mustang turned 50 in 2014 but for Throwback Thursday we decided to go back to when the Pony car turned 40. Check out this story about the …
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 2
Subaru's 2000 Legacy and Outback Honda S2000 1999 Saturn SC2 Ford Cobra recalled due to HP deficit tire rotation Z Fest choosing and installing the proper wiper Jim Kenzie on misuse of word "accident".
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Chrysler a leader in turning concepts into reality 2000 Ford Focus service intervals Citroen Dechevaux Bill Gardiner on memory steer, common with high-mileage FWD cars Jim Kenzie on Chrysler concepts.
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 15
PT Cruiser 2000 Ford Taurus Chrysler and Ford suffering quality problems maintaining hydraulic actuating system journalist's opinion on PT Cruiser improper installation of oil filter can result in problem Jim Kenzie on the PT Cruiser.
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Motoring TV 2000 Episode 24
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 10
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 14
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Motoring TV 2001 Episode 21
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