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Ford Ranges

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  • Ford Grand Tourneo Connect (2013 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £24,202 - £27,887
    PROS
    • Commodious seven-seater interior
    • Positive steering and supple ride
    • Large sliding doors for easy access
    • Economical diesel engine range
    CONS
    • Commercial vehicle styling obvious
    • Third row of seats aren’t standard
    • Style specification lacks equipment
    • Longer than many people carriers
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  • Ford GT Coupe (2017 onwards) Review

    An icon that's been brilliantly rebooted for the 2010s

    Parkers rating: 4.8 out of 5 4.8
    New price: £0 - £0
    PROS
    • Beautiful design blends nostalgia with cutting-edge functionality
    • Advanced technology includes light, stiff carbon chassis
    • Good ride and handling from radical suspension
    • Carbon chassis reduces weight
    • 216mph performance from just six cylinders
    CONS
    • £450,000 plus tax is steep
    • Lacks refinement on the road
    • Boot too small for crash helmet
    • Rivals are lighter, more powerful
    • Left-hand drive only
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  • Ford Mondeo Estate (2014 onwards) Review

    Family wagon has been around a while, but 2019 facelift keeps it fresh

    Parkers rating: 4.2 out of 5 4.2
    New price: £26,420 - £36,950
    PROS
    • Frugal diesel engines
    • Spacious cabin
    • Economical diesels
    • Prestigious and comfortable
    • Safe, family transport
    CONS
    • Feeling its age now
    • Hybrid loses significant bootspace
    • Not as good to drive as previous car
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  • Ford Mondeo Saloon (2014 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £26,645 - £32,385
    PROS
    • Efficient at urban speeds
    • Spacious interior
    • Generously equipped
    • Comfortable ride
    CONS
    • Noisy CVT gearbox
    • Lacks long-distance efficiency
    • Practicality compromised
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  • Ford Mustang Convertible (2015 onwards) Review

    American take on the four-seat convertible

    Parkers rating: 4.2 out of 5 4.2
    New price: £42,920 - £51,685
    PROS
    • Stylish looks and huge presence
    • Rear headroom betters Fastback
    • Increased ability to hear V8 engine
    CONS
    • Limited engine range
    • Big car to manoeuvre
    • Thirsty V8
    • Awkward seat posture for rear seat passengers
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One of the biggest car makers in the world, Ford was set up in 1903 by Henry Ford in Detroit, USA. The Model T, one of its earliest cars, was regarded as the world’s first affordable car and sold 15 million examples worldwide.

The Fiesta and Focus have been extremely popular cars for Ford in more recent years and the American company has one of the most comprehensive line-ups of cars on offer today. These include people carriers such as the B-Max and Grand C-Max, new 4x4 models such as the Kuga and small city cars like the strangely named Ka.

The first Ford factory in the UK was located at the Trafford Park in Manchester, where the Model T was shipped and assembled for sale in England. This was later joined by the famous Dagenham plant in Essex that now only builds engines.

Ford has also partnered with performance brands to produce some notable models including the Sierra RS Cosworth and the Escort RS Cosworth. Ford’s own performance models include the Focus ST and Fiesta ST, though the company is more widely known for its family cars such as the Mondeo, S-Max, C-Max and Galaxy. Ford is also famous for its vans, including the iconic Transit.