Ford Focus 2012 Review

Posted on August 8th, 2011

The all-new 2012 Ford Focus has been unveiled at a media event in Melbourne last week and Car and SUV was there to put the third edition of this popular hatch through its paces. The Read More

2011 Ford Territory Review

Posted on April 8th, 2011

Ford Australia and NZ has just launched its 2011 Territory at a press event held in Canberra. The 2011 Territory is a result of a $230 million AUS investment by Ford that saw 800,000 kms Read More

Ford Focus XR5 Turbo 2010 Review

Posted on April 23rd, 2010

Like many Kiwis, this writer long had a thing for Ford’s hotter versions of its small passenger vehicles. This fancy has over the years been partially satisfied, once by owning a Laser S and soon Read More

Ford Territory Ghia Turbo 2009 Review

Posted on November 27th, 2009

The Ford Territory has been around since 2004 and has received a recent facelift for its 2009 model year. The Territory was once a popular benchmark vehicle in its segment and this latest measure is Read More

Ford Ranger XL 4×2 2009 Review

Posted on November 6th, 2009

Ford’s range of Ranger utes is headed up by the all-singing, all-dancing Ranger Wildtrak (read review). But which Ranger does the real dirty work and occupies the bottom rung of the ladder? That would be Read More

Ford Ranger Wildtrak 2009 Review

Posted on October 2nd, 2009

During the 1980s movie screen hard-man Sylvester Stallone taught the men of the world how to be macho. His blockbuster film franchises of Rocky and Rambo provided a two-pronged tutorial on how to be purposeful Read More

Ford Fiesta Zetec 2009 Review

Posted on July 15th, 2009

There are as many different types of parties as there are types of people, so when Ford opened the doors on its sixth generation Fiesta no one was sure what to expect. The previous five Read More

Ford Mondeo XR5 2008 Review

Posted on October 2nd, 2008

If the automotive world went ‘Euro’ it wouldn’t necessarily be all that bad. Looking at it only from an engineering and style perspective there would be no downside at all (except for the occasional weird Read More