Buyer's Guide

Ford

Ford's huge lineup is filled with attractive vehicles offering the latest tech and, often, high-end options you might associate more with luxury cars. Aside from the F-Series pickup that's the best-selling vehicle in the U.S., Ford also sells fun performance vehicles including the Shelby GT350R Mustang, Focus RS, F-150 Raptor, and Ford GT.

Least Expensive: A fun name, enjoyable handling, and a base price of under $16,000 makes the Ford Fiesta a good introduction to the Ford family of cars.

Sportiest: Buyers looking to progress from one performance car to another can start with the fun-to-drive Fiesta ST, move up to the Focus ST or RS, customers can then go to either the Shelby GT350R Mustang or the F-150 Raptor, and finally to the racecar-engineered GT supercar.

Popular: Although the Mustang nameplate might be Ford's most iconic, nothing can match the popularity of the F-Series truck, which is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S.

Most Expensive: With a racecar-derived twin-turbocharged V-6 engine and a carbon fiber monocoque chassis; the new Ford GT will have a starting price of over $400,000, making it the most expensive car in the automaker's lineup.

Utility/Offroad
$20485
29 / Hwy 27 / City
$31000
29 / Hwy 21 / City
$24885
33 / Hwy 27 / City
$52810
23 / Hwy 17 / City
Overview The top Platinum on the 2018 model comes with 22-inch alloy wheels, an 8.0-inch touchscreen with nav...
$32765
28 / Hwy 21 / City
Overview Even with an all-new rear-wheel-drive Explorer right around the corner for 2020 (we recently scored ...
$28495
19 / Hwy 14 / City
$33705
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$35220
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$24410
26 / Hwy 21 / City
Sports
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$26670
30 / Hwy 21 / City
Minivan/Van
$34510
18 / Hwy 14 / City
$24275
27 / Hwy 24 / City
Midsize/Fullsize
$23170
31 / Hwy 21 / City
Overview Ford updated the 2019 Fusion's front and rear styling and introduced two new wheel designs and new c...
$28000
41 / Hwy 43 / City
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