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2014 Ford Focus Titanium Hatchback

2014 Ford Focus Titanium HatchbackEntry Price: $16,810Price as tested: $26,100 The 2014 Ford Focus compact is this week’s test drive, arriving in upper-tier Titanium dress. This five-door hatchback design is one of Ford’s top selling vehicles, and it’s receiving critical acclaim by consumers and the automotive press. Completely re-styled in 2012, Focus for 2014 is available in sedan and hatchback styles in three distinct trim levels; S (sedan only), SE and Titanium. The entry S sedan starts at just $16,810 as pricing then moves upward to SE at $18,125 and ends at top line Titanium for $23,575 (sedan) and $24,115 (hatchback). (more…)

Read Article Author: Greg Zyla
Date: Wednesday, April 09, 2014

2014 Ford Escape SE

2014 Ford Escape SE FWDEntry Price: $22,700Price as Tested: $26,445 The 2014 Ford Escape SE we’re driving this week, arriving in front wheel drive (FWD) format and featuring many of Ford’s new high-tech offerings and some not so high tech, but nonetheless very interesting. Our 2014 Ford Escape features an enhanced aerodynamic exterior that replaces the prior Escape “boxy” motifs, especially the front end. Escape not only offers lots of cabin room, it delivers 23 city and 32 highway MPG estimates thanks to a well designed 1.6-liter twin-turbo “EcoBoost” four cylinder engine. This powerplant mates to a fuel friendly six-speed “Selectshift” automatic transmission, which delivers both peppy low range performance and ideal highway economy. (more…)

Read Article Author: Greg Zyla
Date: Tuesday, April 08, 2014

God didn’t intend Lincolns to have tight trunks

As the first new product of the rebranded “Lincoln Motor Company,” the MKZ sedan has taken plenty of flak since its botched 2013 introduction, during which Ford had to delay the car’s launch by nearly half a year. It deserves nearly every lobbed bowling ball chucked at it. I’ll skip to the MKZ’s most nagging point: The impossible trunk. First things first. Ford — sorry, the Lincoln Motor Company — deserves praise for selling a gas-electric hybrid model for the exact same price ($36,085) as the standard model. It’s not as risky as it might seem, given that Ford is sharing the costs among two other models, the Fusion Hybrid and C-Max. But it’s a move no one else has made. (more…)

Read Article Author: Clifford Atiyeh
Date: Monday, April 07, 2014

What they don’t tell you about installing car seats

I had it easy. Compared to what my sister-in-law would be doing — flying with her 10-month-old son from Mexico City to Baltimore, an ordeal on top of diaper changes, breast feeding, carrying suitcases and dealing with a tiny human being grabbing everything in sight — I was tasked with securing a big car with a car seat. Whenever my wife’s family comes to town, I try scheduling the biggest car in the local press fleet. For this task, I grabbed a 2014 Range Rover Supercharged, the fastest and most luxurious baby buggy there is. Range Rovers are the finest luxury vehicles in the entire world because they seal passengers from all hells of the outside world, whether the setting is a mountain rock-crawl or a midtown rumble through Manhattan. I don’t prefer SUVs in the slightest, yet I bow down to Range Rovers. My wife loves them so much I ordered a white one from Land Rover’s press fleet for our wedding last year. I suppose I like them, too. For new mothers, there’s nothing more secure than sitting upright on that gliding air suspension, towering over traffic and knowing the vehicle’s bulk will check any idiot who comes rushing past. This has been proven. If anyone tangos with a family in a Range Rover — as those miscreant New York City motorcyclists found out after they tried attacking a couple and their infant child — they’re making a grave mistake. That’s why Prince William and Kate Middleton took their firstborn son home in one. (more…)

Read Article Author: Clifford Atiyeh
Date: Monday, April 07, 2014

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