Ford has been an important part of automotive history for more than a century. Its own history centers around iconic models such as the hot-selling F-150 pickup and the sporty Mustang pony car. The Blue Oval brand stopped producing sedan and hatchback models such as the Focus and the Taurus in favor of SUVs and crossovers. It's now rolling out attractive redesigns of popular SUVs such as the Bronco Sport and the Explorer. The lineup also includes the compact Maverick pickup and the mid-size Ranger, but the latter lacks the refinement found in competitors such as the Honda Ridgeline or the Chevy Colorado.
With an expansive range of body styles and trim packages, the 2023 Ford F-150 can be outfitted to play any role from workhorse to show pony.
Ford's mid-size Ranger is getting a re-do for 2023 that should give it the ammunition it needs to continue its charge in the pickup truck wars.
With bulging bodywork and off-road-ready hardware, the Ford Ranger Raptor downsizes the badass style and rip-roaring thrills of the larger F-150 Raptor.
The practical and capable F-150 pickup has gone EV and while it adopts a name from Ford's performance past, it delivers much more than quick acceleration.
The Ford Bronco Raptor features a more powerful twin-turbo V-6, an enhanced suspension with Fox dampers, and hardcore off-road hardware such as 37-inch tires.
The Ford Bronco is more than a retro-styled off-roader; its capability matched by a civility that vaults this mid-size SUV ahead of the Jeep Wrangler.
The Ford Bronco Sport compact SUV looks like a baby version of the big Bronco, but thoughtful features and a capable off-road model make it delightful in its own right.
The 2022 E-Transit will be a new nameplate for the Ford lineup when it goes on sale in 2021 and will be the first electric full-size commercial van on the U.S. market.
Apart from a notable tow rating and standard all-wheel drive, the Ford EcoSport is a flawed subcompact SUV that's not long for this world.
With many mid-size SUVs offering three-row layouts, the 2022 Ford Edge is among a rarer group that prioritizes two-row comfort over maximum people-hauling.
Ford's flashy Bronco signals the brand's fresh focus on off-the-grid adventure, but its bread-and-butter Escape crossover still caters to the on-road crowd.
The Ford Expedition has the spaciousness, stylishness, and tech-savviness that SUV shoppers want but isn't as refined or as nice to drive as many rivals.
The 2022 Ford Explorer is a well-rounded and fairly practical three-row SUV with a few compromises, but overall it's a decent choice in a crowded segment.
Ford offers the 2022 F-150 with no fewer than six powertrains—including a hybrid—plus three cab configurations and both long and short bed lengths.
With an upscale interior and an impossibly smooth ride, the Ford F-150 Raptor is terrific and ready for any terrain, making it the ultimate off-road F-150.
The Ford GT impersonates the famous GT40 race car, but its 660-hp boosted V-6 and transformative aero and chassis parts prove the connection is only skin deep.
Small trucks are making a comeback, and the 2022 Ford Maverick may be the first to launch what could be the next frontier in the American pickup wars.
With a range of performance upgrades and myriad personalization options, there's a Ford Mustang for everyone, which is why it's still the definitive pony car.
With fun driving traits and notable range, the stylish Ford Mustang Mach-E moves is a top-rank electric vehicle that also happens to be a terrific crossover.
Despite performance numbers that rival exotic sports cars, the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is easy to live with, making it equal parts pony car and thrill ride.
Ford’s mid-size Ranger pickup comes in two body styles with two bed lengths, and its trim levels range from the base model XL to the more luxurious Lariat.
Ford Super Duty pickup trucks live up to their name, with hugely impressive capabilities and an array of modern technologies.
Despite not being very quick or refined, the Ford Transit Connect's nimbleness and boundless configurability make it a great city van for tradespeople.
Along with its lengthy list of standard active safety features, the Ford Transit's driving demeanor, refinement, and versatility make it the top full-size van.
The Ford Bronco returns to battle the Jeep Wrangler for the trail-rated throne, with exciting capabilities and retro styling that give it an edge.
The Bronco Sport is the baby brother of the all-new Ford Bronco, and its capability and versatility make it a worthy challenger to similarly sized Jeeps.
The 2021 EcoSport’s lackluster fuel efficiency and uninspired driving dynamics have it trailing an increasingly competitive small-SUV segment.
In the hotly contested mid-size, two-row SUV segment, the aging 2021 Ford Edge remains a contender, with a quiet cabin and lots of standard features.
Cheap cabin materials and a grumbly standard three-cylinder engine hold the 2021 Ford Escape back versus other more refined rivals.
If you're transporting a large family and towing a heavy trailer at the same time, you'll find few vehicles as capable as the 2021 Ford Expedition.
The Ford Explorer is partly responsible for the crescendo of SUV sales that began in the early 1990s, and the 2021 model is chock-full of popular features.
From stripped-down work truck to chrome-laden luxury rig, there's a Ford F-150 model to suit every purpose, and for 2021 all of those variants are brand new.
The third-generation Ford F-150 Raptor looks to improve on the intimidating image and desert-pounding capabilities that made the high-performance truck famous.
The upcoming Fusion Active revives the name of Ford's most recent family sedan and will compete against rugged-looking station wagons such as the Subaru Outback.
The Ford GT is the pinnacle of Blue Oval performance, a special supercar that is surprisingly livable albeit virtually unobtainable.
With a surprisingly practical cabin and great performance options, the Mustang is an excellent mix of status, style, speed, and driver satisfaction.
Styled after the iconic Ford Mustang, the Mustang Mach-E is the company's first all-electric crossover and a really good one at that.
With a 760-hp supercharged V-8 and supercar-like performance, the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is an amazing muscle car and an even more impressive sports car.
Even though the Ranger isn’t our favorite in the segment, its smooth powertrain and standard driver-assistance features make it a desirable mid-size pickup.
With excellent V-8 engines, mighty capabilities, and myriad high-tech features, Ford's Super Duty pickup trucks are hugely impressive no matter the model.
The Transit lineup has models that can haul lots of people or large loads of cargo, and offers Ford's latest driver-assistance features and safety tech.
The Ford Transit Connect isn't the most refined machine, but this city van is a highly configurable and extremely versatile tool for tradespeople and more.
Despite the EcoSport's intuitive infotainment and around-town drivability, there are bigger and better-driving options in this class.
Ranging from adequately equipped base models to the sporting ST, the Edge offers something for everybody.
Graceful exterior styling, a plethora of powertrains, and standard driver-assistance features help the new Escape lead Ford's charge to replace cars with SUVs.
Its huge interior can be ordered basic or luxe, but the workhorse Expedition falls short of more appealing rivals with similar price tags.
With a composed ride and plentiful cargo space, the Explorer provides a broad lineup of family-friendly SUVs that all excel at their jobs.
Pickup trucks have morphed into luxury cruise machines, and the 2020 Ford F-150 has not fallen behind the curve.
The Raptor owns the road, and pretty much anywhere else you drive it, thanks to its big all-terrain tires, lane-filling stance, and widened Ford F-150 body.
With a plethora of turbocharged and hybrid powertrains, the 2020 Ford Fusion offers buyers lots to choose from but lacks a point of view.
With a droolworthy design and otherworldly performance, the 2020 GT is one of the most exclusive, expensive, and extraordinary cars that Ford has ever built.
With a truly livable cabin and excellent performance packages, the 2020 Ford Mustang has evolved into the best all-around muscle car of the 21st century.
The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is a powerful, high-strung muscle car designed to rock race tracks while still being at home on the street.
As the best-performing Mustang ever, the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 blends modern sports-car performance with iconic muscle-car presence.
With a superlative powertrain and a generous list of standard driver-assistance tech, the 2020 Ford Ranger is a desirable choice among mid-size trucks.
Ford’s Transit van lineup has models that can haul large groups of people or large or big loads of cargo, and offers the automaker's latest driver-assistance features and safety tech.
With class-leading capabilities and cutting-edge technology, Ford's Super Duty pickups keep pushing the boundaries of what heavy-duty trucks can do.
With nimble driving characteristics and flexible cabin accommodations, the Transit Connect is a pint-sized van that is incredibly versatile.
The EcoSport attempts to give crossover shoppers what they so desperately want: a high seating height, useful towing capacity, and myriad features.
The Edge's tidy dimensions put it in a sweet spot between the Escape and the Explorer in the Ford SUV lineup.
The compact offering in Ford's robust lineup of SUVs is the stylish and agile 2019 Escape, which slots in above the EcoSport and below the Edge.
The Expedition and the longer Expedition Max have the cutting-edge tech, towing capacity, and buslike people space that exemplify this competitive class of mega-haulers.
On the surface, the Ford Explorer appears to be an upscale SUV, borrowing high-class styling from one of the world's shimmering luxo-utes, the Land Rover Range Rover.
The 2019 F-150 can be outfitted for every job and every personality, with three cab and bed styles and numerous appearance packages.
With astonishing suspension and a bonkers twin-turbo V-6, the Raptor is unlike any production pickup on the road.
Though the Fiesta might be small, it is still mighty fierce.
The Fiesta ST isn't as badass as the die-hard Ford Focus RS, but that makes it all the more lovable, er, fun.
The funky 2019 Flex is Ford's answer to those seeking a modern version of the old-school station wagon.
From the workaday SE to the posh Platinum, the 2019 Ford Fusion offers something for everyone.
The resurrected Ford GT is a track-focused hypercar that can hang with the best that Europe has to offer.
Despite a slew of updates to last year's Mustang lineup, Ford continues to improve its popular pony.
As a track-ready version of the Ford Mustang, the 2019 Shelby GT350 has even more muscular styling and next-level performance.
The resurrected Ranger returns to the states to claim its share of the popular mid-size-pickup market.
Brutish power and generous payload ratings remain key traits of Ford's heavy-duty trucks, while aluminum construction brings them into the 21st century.
Once a household name, the Ford Taurus is now destined for the great scrap-heap in the sky as 2019 will be its last year on sale.
The Ford Transit provides value and versatility for everyone from large families to skilled tradesmen.
Ford no longer makes a minivan or a station wagon, but the Transit Connect combines the best of both worlds in a compact package.
While comfortable and competent, the C-Max's high EPA-estimated fuel-economy numbers are basically fantasy.
The 2018 Ford EcoSport offers usable cargo space, available all-wheel drive, and comfortable front seats, but it lags behind the competition in many areas.
The 2018 Ford Edge is a good choice for buyers looking for an attractive, comfortable, well-equipped mid-size SUV with plenty of standard and optional features.
The 2018 Ford Escape allows buyers to tailor their small SUV to fit their needs, from low entry-level pricing to plush and well-equipped upper trim levels.
The 2018 Ford Expedition comes with a robust powertrain, a host of available features, and will hold more than most people will ever need to carry.
The 2018 Ford Explorer is a roomy and practical mid-size SUV with a host of available features , but don't expect much interior luxury.
The 2018 Ford F-150 can handle all the expected pickup chores, from hauling to towing to daily driving, and do so with an array of desirable features.
While too much off-road truck for most people, it's hands down the best pickup for pulse-pounding desert running and pure, dumb fun.
The 2018 Ford F-series Super Duty pickups lead or equal rivals in areas like hauling and towing, and they can be optioned to a surprising degree of luxury.
The 2018 Ford Fiesta ST is a hot-hatch goldmine, with firm but comfortable suspension, exuberant handling, and a slick-shifting manual transmission.
The Focus ceased production in 2018, but as a used car it's a great value either as a hatchback or a sedan.
You might miss the exhaust note, but otherwise the Focus Electric is very similar to its gasoline-powered sibling.
All good things must come to an end: The fantastic Ford Focus RS enters its final year of production packed with performance paraphernalia and ready to desecrate a racetrack near you.
The Focus ST satisfies performance fanatics who can't afford the track-ready Focus RS or want more power and practicality than the terrific albeit tiny Ford Fiesta ST.
The 2018 Ford Fusion presents buyers with a dizzying array of possible trims, engines, and options, which allows it to be tailored to almost any taste and use.
The Ford GT is a track-focused American supercar that can hang with the best Europe has to offer.
The 2018 Ford Mustang continues the model's reputation for sporty looks combined with the ability to option it from commuter special to track-day terror.
The 2018 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R are designed to get an enthusiast's heart pumping while still being easy to live with on a daily basis.
Long overdue for an update, the Ford Taurus struggles to compete with other large sedans when it comes to luxury appointments and sharp driving dynamics.
The Ford C-Max and C-Max Energi have their virtues, but for many buyers these might not justify the hybrid price premium.
Selecting from a wide range of trims and options, buyers can tailor their Edge from basic and thrifty to quick and sporty.
There's an Escape to fit most needs, from very basic to plush and well-equipped upper trim levels.
Big, spacious, and handy, the Expedition is a capable workhorse, but it falls short of more appealing rivals.
The Explorer is a well-rounded three-row SUV that, despite some compromises, will meet the needs of many buyers.
The Fiesta ST, with it zesty engine, manual gearbox, and corner-carving prowess, delivers an outstanding fun-per-dollar ratio.
The Focus provides comfortable transportation at a reasonable price, but it's not the competitor it once was.
The Focus RS is blast to drive, but its tight Recaro seats, stiff ride, and high starting price mean that not everyone will tolerate its rambunctiousness.
The F-150 proves its pickup-truck dominance with outstanding capability as a workhorse, a daily driver, or a recreational vehicle.
The F-150 Raptor is the ideal toy for roughhousing in the dirt while also offering a bit of everyday practicality.
The aptly named Super Duty pickups will suit buyers who need to haul or tow the biggest loads.
The Fusion's many variations provide a wealth of choices, but competitors are more focused and refined.
The Ford GT delivers supercar looks, performance, and exclusivity at a supercar price.
The modern Mustang, with its sporty looks, excellent handling, and available V-8, has what it takes to compete in the pony-car wars.
The Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R will impress on the road and on the track.
The Taurus might suit buyers looking for a traditional large sedan, but it lacks the refinement and driving dynamics you'll find in many competitors.
With its pleasant driving dynamics, multiple configurations, and up-to-date amenities, the Transit is a top choice among full-size vans
The Ford Transit Connect straddles a fine line between cargo-hauling workhorse and quirky alternative to an SUV or minivan.
The Sport Trac is an Explorer SUV with a pickup bed out back.
The nicely packaged Freestyle became the Taurus X for 2008 and received a bolder front-end sheetmetal, an available power liftgate, and one-touch folding second-row seats.
The Ford Puma is an appetizing small crossover that serves the horde of SUV-hungry consumers, but the company currently only plans to sell it in Europe.
In the great American pursuit of crossovers, the venerable Focus grows in height, sprouts rugged exterior features, and dons a new name: Focus Active.