The acid test of any car range is the talent of its entry-level model. Andy Enright assesses the Ford Mondeo starter model, the Graphite version.
The estate car is enjoying something of a revival and there aren't too many that can beat the utility of the latest Ford Mondeo load lugger. Andy Enright reports
Ford's Mondeo has stepped up its act - and nowhere is this more obvious than in its diesel line-up. Jonathan Crouch checks out the 2.2 Duratorq TDCi flagship variant
Ford's mainstream stalwart may be under pressure from posher 'premium brand' rivals, but the 2.0 TDCi 140 is one Mondeo that shows no sign of cracking, as David Vivian discovers.
A small engine in a big car is rarely the recipe for a sparkling drive but Ford claims that needn't always be the case. Andy Enright takes a look at the Mondeo 1.6 EcoBoost.
Ford's Mondeo is the sort of car it's easy to overlook in favour of more glamorous tackle. The latest lightly revised MK4 versions remind us again how relevant this car still is. Andy Enright reports.
Ford's second generation Kuga bridges the gap between Qashqai-like Crossover models and RAV4-style soft roading SUVs. And most UK customers will choose one in 2.0 TDCi diesel form. Andy Enright finds out why
Ford's first Kuga was a success in this country but the second generation model has far bigger aspirations. And it at last offers a credible petrol-engined option. Jonathan Crouch tries the 1.6-litre EcoBoost version.
Ford's second generation Kuga is bigger, smarter and more high-tech. Will that help it gain segment share in the growing market for compact five-seater soft roading SUVs and Crossovers? Jonathan Crouch decides
The second generation Ford Ka takes a less controversial route than the original version but it's still cute, plus with fuel-saving Start-Stop technology, it's also frugal too. Jonathan Crouch reports on the improved models.
Ford's Ka city car has a lot to live up to after its predecessor's twelve-year reign. Steve Walker checks out the TDCi diesel model