Tag: Ford

Ford Fusion Energi is stylish

With the number of hybrid options growing yearly, it’s hard to choose the right car. Do you go straight electric, plug in or gas/hybrid combo? Depends on how green you want to go and what your size need are. I’d like to suggest the Ford Fusion Hybrid Energi. It’s stylish, roomy and gives you a

Ford’s Expedition still good option for SUV buyers

Shopping for an SUV can be a problem. Do you get a crossover that will give you car-like ride and handling or do you get a real truck that can haul a lot of people and a bunch of stuff? That depends on the amount of people and the amount of stuff. It also depends

Toyota Yaris does duty as really reliable small car

Toyota has made some of the finest small cars in automotive history. People bought them in huge numbers because these cars were dependable, well built and would last for decades if need be. The Japanese giant still makes great cars but has been under massive pressure lately because of recalls, missteps and increasing competition from

Ford bullish on 2013 Taurus restyle, options

Ford set the automotive industry on its collective ear when it introduced the 1986 Taurus sedan in late 1985. The chiefs at the other car companies dismissed it as being too radical and the public wouldn’t go for it. Wrong. It was a huge hit, so much so that others tried to follow too quickly

North American Auto Show debuts Fusion, Dart, Accord

The North American International Auto Show (or Detroit Auto show as it was once known) ends this weekend with a plethora of new vehicles introduced by nearly every manufacturer. Didn’t make it. Neither did I, but here’s a few things of interest. Some you’ll see soon at your favorite dealerships, others, well, if you scream

MKX Is Bright Spot In Lincoln Line

This is the Lincoln MKX, not the Ford Edge. You may have guessed that by the larger grill and the slightly different shade of red. These cars are essentially twins. As always, Lincoln does upscale versions of Ford product. Lots of people question this. Why pay more for the same vehicle just because it has

Ford, Toyota to team up to build large hybrids

I would really love to drive a hybrid, but I don’t want a small car with a tiny engine (I know this is a little counter intuitive). Yes, you can buy a $50,000 Lexus or Toyota model, but I’m talking about a hybrid that won’t require a mortgage. That’s why I am excited about Ford