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2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost first drive review


Posted by Waggin @ Tue Sep 30, 2014 11:32 am



First things first, the turbocharged 2.3-litre four-cylinder in the new Ford Mustang is a good engine.

It produces a decent whallop of power (231kW) and plenty of torque (433Nm) which makes it feel like a performance engine. It is also good on fuel, using 9.4-litres per 100km on the combined city/highway cycle.

It is capable of moving the Mustang along at a rapid, sporty pace with relative ease.

But, from the seat of the pants, it doesn't feel like a Mustang engine and it certainly doesn't sound like one.

Over the last five years or so, the car industry has become addicted to - and forced by tighter regulations - downsize their motors. Small capacity turbocharged engines are all the rage these days for their ability to blend respectable performance with reduced f...


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Ford's 400kW Mustang Coming to Australia?


Posted by Waggin @ Wed Jul 16, 2014 12:56 pm



This could be the high-performance Ford Mustang to replace the FPV Falcon GT on Australian roads.

This Mustang has been snapped testing at the Nurburgring in Germany and is expected to replace the famous Shelby Mustang at the top of the pony car’s range.

It will reportedly carry the SVT name, as Ford’s partnership with Carroll Shelby’s famous hot-rod shop ended when Shelby passed away in 2012.

Despite the new name the new model will remain a serious performance car. Upgrades are expected to include a supercharged V8 engine capable of close to 400kW.

But it will need all the grunt Ford can muster to compete with the likes of the 432kW Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and Dodge’s 527kW Charger SRT Hellcat.

Other changes for the Mustang SVT should include larger wheels ...


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New Ford Edge to replace Territory SUV


Posted by Waggin @ Thu Jun 26, 2014 2:53 pm


Meet the new Ford Territory.

Officially, for now at least, it’s called the Ford Edge. But this new family-sized SUV looks certain to replace the Australian-made Territory in the blue oval’s local line-up.

Ford Australia has yet to confirm its plans beyond the end of the Territory but it is understood that the new Edge will become Ford’s global family-sized SUV, sitting between the Kuga and Explorer.

The press release announcing the new Edge confirms that the car will go on sale in more than 100 markets around the world, including the Asia-Pacific region, as part of its strategy for global vehicles.

“At Ford, our job is to understand how global consumers are changing, anticipate their needs, and ultimately deliver the great products they want,” said in-...


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Ford F-Series gets 'production approval' for Australia


Posted by Waggin @ Tue Jun 17, 2014 10:57 am



The foundation has been set for the iconic Ford F-Series pickup to become a serious bulk seller in Australia. But you will still need to pay for the privilege.

Queensland-based Performax International has secured Australian Design Rule (ADR) compliance for the conversion and distribution of the iconic American pick-ups, which essentially means they can be sold in unlimited numbers to all states and territories. Plans are afoot for the company to right-hand drive-convert and distribute up to 1000 utes per annum by 2016.

“We’ve been able to meet the criteria as a full-volume, original equipment manufacturer. The upshot is that we can do an unlimited volume in these vehicles,” Performax general manager Glenn Soper told Drive.

Historically, imported left-hand drive ...


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