Ford Fiesta Sport Ecoboost 2013 review

Posted on February 18th, 2014

Rorty, naughty, and sporty There is nothing quite like the unmistakeable thrum of a three-cylinder engine, and the new turbocharged 1-Litre EcoBoost engine in the Ford Fiesta Sport has the sound, but better yet, the Read More

Ford Focus ST 2013 Review

Posted on September 7th, 2013

There is no point in buying the Ford Focus ST if you don’t like excitement. You will also want to give it a very wide berth if you look at manufacturer-supplied fuel economy figures and Read More

Ford Kuga Titanium diesel and Kuga Titanium EcoBoost Petrol 2013 – Review

Posted on July 13th, 2013

This is quite possibly the most complex and fully-featured car for the money. As well as having bells and whistles, there’s the full ensemble of wind instruments and a strings section, and you, the driver, Read More

Ford Territory TDCi Titanium 7 Seat 2013 Review

Posted on March 26th, 2013

Ford has played it safe upgrading the Territory. It keeps the previous model’s excellent proportions, unlike, for example Mitsubishi which has made a bit of a wide-hipped frump out of the seven-seat Outlander. It’s a Read More

Ford Fiesta Zetec 2012 Review

Posted on January 3rd, 2013

Of the huge number of vehicle models whose names have been wrenched from the Spanish dictionary, the Fiesta is arguably the most popular and well known in Europe. New Zealand hasn’t had the Fiesta as Read More

Ford Falcon XT EcoBoost 2012 Review

Posted on November 1st, 2012

To some people, saying Falcon and four-cylinder turbo in the same sentence would make their lip curl. Until now you could only have your Ford with six or eight cylinders (well, only eight in an Read More

Ford Kuga Titanium 2012 Review

Posted on March 8th, 2012

It’s about time we got the Kuga, but I didn’t used to think that. To be honest, I was wondering whether we need yet another compact SUV. Now I’m certain we do. The Ford Kuga Read More

Ford Ranger XLT 4WD Double Cab 2012 Review

Posted on December 8th, 2011

Utes are a fantastic invention. Serving duty for all manner of tradespeople, farmers, hardcore dudes with motocross bikes, and more, they’ve made life convenient for those that need to transport filthy stuff without hitching up Read More