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The Ford 3.5L V6 gets 265-horsepower on regular grade fuel. That means the first vehicles to get it should feel pretty darn nice. Ford Edge, Lincoln MKX and Lincoln MKZ all get the new powerplant. And, Ford says that the 3.5L will be its high volume powerplant of the future.
The Ford 3.5L V6 gets 265-horsepower on regular grade fuel. That means the first vehicles to get it should feel pretty darn nice. Ford Edge, Lincoln MKX and Lincoln MKZ all get the new powerplant. And, Ford says that the 3.5L will be its high volume powerplant of the future.
Now you can get a Mustang GT tweaked by Shelby Automobiles by the week, brought to you by Hertz.
Ford updates Explorer Sport Trac with strength, safety, and utility from siblings Explorer and F-150.
Back in November 2005, a VehicleVoice Blog commented on the existence of a periodic jihad on sport utility vehicles in the USA and worldwide. The introduction General Motors' GMT900 SUVs - the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, the GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, plus the Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV have set the earth-is-flat crowd wailing again.
Motorweek, the PBS-oriented car show, announced the winners of its 2006 Driver's Choice Awards at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show.
Motorweek, the PBS-oriented car show, announced the winners of its 2006 Driver's Choice Awards at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show.
Ford and GM going head-to-head this fall with major changes to their large SUVs, and Expedition adds an Extended Length version.
Just like the Lincoln MKX, the Edge uses the platform introduced with Ford's latest trio of mid-size sedans, the Fusion, Mercury Milan, and Lincoln Zephyr. Edge will broaden Ford's SUV lineup to five when it arrives in late 2006, similar to Toyota's lineup. Ford dealers will offer Edge, Explorer, Escape, Freestyle, and Expedition for 2007MY. Edge is sized and powered above Escape, but smaller than the Explorer or Freestyle. It brings Ford's car-based SUV total to three (Escape, Edge, Freestyle), with the Explorer and Expedition continuing their truck-based personalities.
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