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Since 1967 the GT500 has been the biggest, baddest Mustang of the lot. In 2020, this pony car is getting something of a rebirth, turning into a beast as capable on the track as it always has been at the strip.
If you need a full-time van with a part-time focus on people-moving, the Transit Connect is a decent choice.
Chassis and tire upgrades make the updated Shelby GT350 friendly at the limit.
It's more efficient, more agile and has smarter tech than before, but it's still a 'Stang with a standard Line Lock burnout mode!
The Ford Shelby GT350 is basically a race car that you can drive on the street. Upgrades to the suspension and cabin tech for 2017 make it a more comfortable, but still thrilling, daily driver
For this money, you won't find a better hot hatch in the US.
The Ford Mustang is an extremely flexible sports car. It's a bargain at the base level; in GT trim it's an exciting performer; and it transforms into an airy, comfortable grand tourer with a convertible top.
The 2015 Ford Flex is the missing link between wagons and SUVs, with loads of volume and a car-like ride. Aging tech, however, makes the upper reaches of its price range feel like a big pill to swallow.
The 2015 Ford Mustang GT is not only an excellent and powerful entrant to a historic model line, but also a very fine example of a modern sports coupe, leaving out cabin electronics that fall behind the competition.
Three years after its predecessor debuted, the 2015 Ford Focus Electric is still a good choice for a compact battery-powered car, but the newer competition offers slightly greater range and faster charging.
The 2013 Ford Taurus presents cabin technology rich in features, from navigation to automatic parallel parking, in an easy-driving large sedan package, but the sluggish touch-screen response can be aggravating.