At a presentation to journalists, Ford Motor Company confirmed that the redesigned 2015 Mustang will be more powerful in Eco Boost and GT format, but the next-generation pony car has also gained weight.
Three engines will be offered when the new 2015 Mustang goes on sale.
This engine debuted in the 2015 Lincoln MKC, and in the Mustang it is rated to make 310 horsepower and 320 lb.-ft. The Mustang GT sits atop the lineup, at least until Ford's Special Vehicle Team (SVT) is finished engineering the new high-performance model. When the redesigned 2015 Mustang goes on sale later this year, it will start at ,425 for a base coupe with a V-6 engine and a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The 5.0-liter V-8 is rated at 435 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft., increases of 15 horsepower and 10 lb.-ft. Pricing, as you might imagine, will rise from there.
The Ford Ranger may be one of the most popular 4x4 dual-cab utes in Australia, but it's New Zealand where they can't get enough of them.
Where Aussies tend to prefer passenger cars and SUV's over light commercial vehicles, in NZ the Ranger is currently the single most popular vehicle overall...
The Ford Ranger Wildtrak is the current king of the 'lifestyle ute’ segment.
It offers a unique look to the rest of the Ranger lineup, and is aimed squarely at buyers who want their ute to work harder on the weekend than it does during the week.
We put the Wildtrak through its paces both on and off road to see how it handles mixed-mode use and see whether it is worth its -grand price tag...
To see the video in context with the full written article follow the link here Dual-cab utes are the lifestyle car of the season – we’re seeing a lot around town but how do they go in a tough environment?
Minaret Station is a large alpine station, near Wanaka on the south island of New Zealand...
Our recent eight-way mega ute test highlighted a number of things – not the least of which was the continued competency of the 2016 Ford Ranger XLT.
The higher end of the dual cab ute segment is as tough as nails, and we’re not talking just about the vehicles when we make that claim either... If there was ever a vehicle that typified the work hard / play hard Australian lifestyle, it is the double-cab ute.