All Ford Reviews
Reviews of many different models of Ford trucks and SUVs, plus the Ford Windstar minivan.
Escape - Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)
Introduced in 2003, Ford calls it the first high-volume, mainstream alternative to the traditional powertrain in nearly 100 years.
Ford's smallest SUV, Escape, has a front-wheel-drive powertrain, making it different from the rest of Ford's sport-utility vehicles. It was introduced as an all-new model for Ford in 2001.
For the serious SUV owner, the Ford Excursion will haul anything, including 9 passengers. This is the largest SUV in America.
Replacing the Bronco, the Ford Expedition was introduced in 1997. It's a vehicle that offers off-road ruggedness along with style and comfort.
Explorer Sport Trac
Ford introduced the Explorer Sport Trac hybrid SUV in 2001. This vehicle combines many features of the Explorer with a pickup-bed in place of the traditional SUV cargo area.
This is the 2-door sporty version of the 4-door Ford Explorer. It's the best-selling two-door compact SUV and best-in-class when it comes to horsepower.
Ford introduced the Explorer in 1991. Not only is the Explorer the best-selling SUV, since its introduction it has also been among the top ten selling vehicles of all types.
For the past 20 years Ford's F-150 trucks has been the best-selling full-size pickup AND the best-selling vehicle in America overall!
Freestar is Ford's newest minivan that replaces the Windstar. It's a front-wheel drive, highly advanced minivan that debuted in 2004.
Introduced in 1982, the Ford Ranger has been the best-selling compact pickup for the past 15 years.
Ford's toughest, the Super Duty F-Series trucks are designed to handle the heaviest workloads. They've been overpowering their competitors since 1996.
Built on the Taurus platform, Windstar was introduced in 1995 model to give Ford a more car-like competitor to the popular Chrysler minivans. In 2004, the Freestar replaces the Windstar.