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Ford Pro today revealed the new Ranger Wildtrak X and Ranger Tremor – two exciting off-road focused models for the best-selling pickup’s most comprehensive line-up ever in Europe
Targeting customers who require enhanced capability in challenging off-road conditions, both models feature a substantially reworked chassis with unique suspension upgrades including advanced Bilstein dampers as standard. Off-road focused driver assistance systems 1 provide enhanced confidence, while the two new Ra
Responsive, rewarding, fun-to-drive Ford Performance dynamics are now set to be enjoyed by even greater numbers of SUV customers as Ford today revealed the new Puma ST Powershift 1 – introducing the most powerful version of Ford’s multi-award-winning 1.0‑litre EcoBoost engine ever
Enhanced using 48-volt mild hybrid technology to deliver up to 170 PS peak power and 248 Nm peak torque, 2 the multi-award-winning 1.0-litre engine is combined with a paddle-shift-operable, seven-speed, dual-clutc
For over 100 years, Ford vehicles have been competing in the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) held just outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. For 2023 and the 101st running of the event, Ford Performance is heading to America’s Mountain with the all-electric SuperVan 4.
The race was first held in 1916, and a Ford Model T made the climb up to the finish line sitting 14,115 ft. above sea level in a time of 28 minutes and three seconds. SuperVan 4 aims to continue Ford’s
Ford Pro today revealed the ultra-high specification Ranger Platinum pickup 1 – raising luxury to a new level in the Ranger family.
The new Ranger Platinum joins the exciting next-generation line-up of Europe’s best-selling pickup 2 at the pinnacle of the on-road range. Exclusive exterior detailing and finishes enhance the Ranger’s already characterful design, matched by a stylish and contemporary leather-trimmed cabin.
Ford’s powerful 240PS 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel engine and a drivet
True driving enthusiasts can now take the on-track performance of their Focus ST to even greater heights with a new Track Pack option for the latest generation hot-hatch
Developed by Ford Performance and extensively tested at Ford proving grounds and Germany’s famous Nürburgring Nordschleife, the factory-fit Track Pack is available exclusively for the five-door hatch-back, six-speed manual transmission variant, for optimised weight and driver engagement.
Complementing the 5.7 seconds 0
Ford today revealed the all-new Mustang,1 transforming the world’s best-selling sports coupe with a completely re-designed digital cockpit, an advanced new V8 engine and edgier styling to make this the most fun-to-drive Mustang ever
“Investing in another generation of Mustang is a big statement at a time when many of our competitors are exiting the business of internal combustion vehicles,” said Jim Farley, CEO of Ford Motor Company. “Ford, however, is turbocharging its ICE growth plan, add
When passing road works on a smart motorway with closed lanes, what is the correct way to return to normal driving?
For example a four lane motorway with three lanes closed with red X signs. Lanes 1, 2 and 3 are blocked by cones. The cones are still being placed from the cone truck.
The outside lane is open to traffic with a 40mph speed limit shown on the overhead gantry.
As I understand it, until the overhead signs show a national speed limit sign, the restrictions still apply.
Hi, I have the pats code 16 on my Fiesta mk7 09 plate, I have read through a few posts on here regarding the issue and I'm still stuck. I've checked the instrument cluster cables at the back, they seem well in place, I've checked all the culprit fuses and relays, they seem fine too, I've checked the resistance on the canbus, that reads 60ohms. Is it worth opening the IC to check for the brittle solder? I'm sure I've read that fault is very uncommon on the mk7 fiesta.
I've checked the 2 grou
while removing the EGR (the plate snapped off on the highway and the car bogged down,..wouldn't start after) on my S-max 2008, 140hp,
i noticed the induction air duct (hose?) going from the air filter behind the engine is moving/ having slack. The metal "standoff" seems worn-out, as it's shiny when i move the duct away. You can alternate between the two pics to get an idea how much it moves....
The car has spent a good 162k miles on the road...(also battling a water le
I have a 2003 MK6 Fiesta and have a problem with the screen wash (front and back). The pump does work but water just dribbles out, also with hoses disconnected. Is there a filter on the pump that would need cleaning, if so how do you access the pump?
After leaving my Fiesta Mk8 2018 on the drive for a week, I find the heater fan is not working. All the other lights for the heating system are responding and I can hear various things whirring in the dashboard as I change the settings.
First stop: check the heater resistor. If this is faulty, then a £10 replacement from amazon will do. If not, then I can go down the longer and more expensive route of checking the heater fan (at a Ford dealer).
Where exactly is the
Well, my focus Titanium 125 is Feb 2017, so 7 years old.
I have had it on the market for some time with no success and people are asking If it has had a new engine or at least cambelt change so the buying public seem to be aware of the problems thanks largely to the internet.
I have always used a Ford trained Independent for regular services and he always insisted on the correct oil being used. It’s been serviced on the dot annually. I have just had a new catalytic converter
fitted at €1450.
I did use it for towing a trailer tent all over France and Italy for a year and it is an amazing car with plenty of power.
Im thinking of having it done now which should give me another 6/7 years peace of mind.
Welcome to the club (in both senses). A quick search around the forums will reveal thread after thread on battery charging issues on Mk 8 Fiestas and Mk 4 Focuses.
Effectively all you can do is drive the car more (which is not exactly good for the environment) or invest in, and regularly use, a smart battery charger, as many of us do.
(My courtesy lights rarely work either!😀)