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In remaking Britain’s best-selling car, Ford has trodden lightly with the new Fiesta. But does the all-new supermini do enough to keep its place at the head of the table?
The new Ford GT is technically wonderful, brilliant to drive, and to be admired because it’s a £420,000 supercar from the people who usually bring you Fiestas
The Ford Ka+ may look ungainly, but underneath it’s a spacious supermini with a well-sorted chassis
Ford tops its range line-up with an Americanised, big Ford for the 21st century. But can it make a large enough impact to upset its premium rivals?
Is Ford’s new AWD mega-hatch Focus RS as special as we first thought? And can it beat off stiff competition from the Volkswagen Golf R and Mercedes-AMG A45?
Ford’s 4x4 pick-up Ranger gets a fresh look inside and out, but is it enough to haul itself above the rest in a congested segment
The Ford Mustang is available in the UK in right-hand drive for the first time, but does the rest of this American muscle car fit the UK car scene?
Can the new S-Max retain its title as the driver's seven-seater?
Britain's biggest-selling family hatchback gets a mid-life refresh, but can the Ford Focus hold off the likes of the Volkswagen Golf and the Seat Leon?
Ford's Escort nameplate returns on this only-for-China saloon. Does it continue Ford's tradition of building sharp-handling cars?
Ford's family car is now in its fourth iteration, but is the Mondeo ready to take the fight to a world burgeoning with rivals?
The 'One Ford' project child may not of got off to an auspicious start, but is this Fiesta-based Ecosport up to the task of rivalling the best crossovers on the market?
The Grand Tourneo has conventional doors at the front, sliding doors to the rear and a roof-mounted tailgate
Van-style space above a Focus chassis: is this the best of both worlds?
Power for the new Transit comes from a 2.2-litre turbodiesel that's offered in a range of outputs
Leading-edge tech and superb refinement and load-carrying capabilities ensure the Ford Transit remains the UK’s biggest seller
Fiestas sold in Europe are ostensibly the same as those sold in America and Asia
The seventh-generation Ford Fiesta is the UK's best selling car, helped by frugal engines, handling verve and a big car feel
The Tourneo Connect, left, is the five-seater; on the right is the Grand Tourneo Connect which is available with seven seats
The new Ford Tourneo Connect is a practical and flexible family MPV
Can the Ford Ranger, the brand's new global pick-up, satisfy a more refined palate?
B-Max's unique construction means it doesn't need conventional B-pillars
The Ford B-Max people-carrier introduces a novel pillarless door system, accessible space and a strong petrol engine into the supermini class
Even though it remains a technical exercise at the moment, this racing EcoBoost proves what a joy small-capacity racing engine can be
Can the Fiesta ST be one of the great fast Fords?
The popular hatchback gets the hot ‘ST’ treatment
The Ford Focus ST has a new four-pot motor and a diesel added to the range, but does it have what it takes to gun for the Volkswagen Golf GTI and Golf GTD?
The second-generation Ford Kuga sports an American facelift, new trims and added equipment, doesn't detract it from still being one of the more athletic SUVs on sale
Pricier but thoroughly updated Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 packs the power to justify the Shelby tag, but also offers accessibility and a dynamic edge
The Ford S-Max a highly accomplished car but it needs to be cheaper
The Ford Kuga provides everything you’d expect of a soft-roader, but some crossovers are cheaper
Can the Ford Focus capture the hearts and minds of hatchback buyers?
The Ford C-Max MPV is as much fun to drive as it is easy to live with
The Ford Ka lacks the sparkle of the original model
The Ford Ka is the sister car to the Fiat 500, but is it more appealing than the funky Italian?
The Ford Grand C-Max is a practical and small seven seat MPV that's offers a surprisingly entertaining drive
The Ford Galaxy is a seven-seat MPV that's surprisingly easy to place on the road, despite its size. It isn't cheap though.
The Ford Mondeo is a fine car in most areas. The family hatch is still a class leader even as its replacement nears
Even though Ford’s flagship saloon is not sold in Europe, the Ford Taurus shows how far apart the US and European interpretations of ‘sporting’ are at the moment