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2019 Ford F-350

With its best-in-class heavy-duty performance and rich interior comfort, the 2019 Ford F-350 makes for a breezy day on the job.

2019 Ford Fusion

When you picture a classic, business or vehicle, at least until recently, the image was the mid-size sedan. Quintessentially perfect for nearly any purpose, the sedan is what kids learn to draw when they learn what a car is. You can't ask for something more fundamental to our culture! But not all sedans are created equal, and that's especially true as the SUV takes aim at the sedan market. The truly spectacular, like the 2019 Ford Fusion, are sedans that are a cut above the rest. See why the Fusion has taken its place as one of the best sedans on the market today.

2019 Ford Mustang

The big news for the 2019 model of the Ford Mustang is the all-new Bullitt trim. No, that's not a typo but an homage to Steve McQueen's role as Lieutenant Frank Bullitt. Sure, Mustang still the other trim levels, from the base Ecoboost Fastback all the way up to the Shelby GT350. But car enthusiasts are up in arms for their chance to try the Bullitt's new 5.0-liter V-8 engine. This Mustang special edition model hits the numbers that make sports car fans salivate--475 horsepower. 420 lb-ft of torque. Top speeds of 163 miles per hour. But there's probably a number you haven't heard yet that'll determine whether the Bullitt ends up in your own garage.

2018 Ford Taurus

The Ford Taurus has a long and storied history--some of us may even have childhood memories of riding in one or had it as our first vehicle. But just because it has a history doesn't count the Taurus out. In fact, the new 2018 Ford Taurus is just as good--if not better--than it's ever been.

2019 Lincoln MKZ

Always the height of style and luxury, the 2019 Lincoln MKZ returns with an even longer list of standard features and a fiery new engine.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Hyundai Sonata

The 2019 Ford Fusion and Hyundai Sonata put a sensible spin on luxury, with their plush comfort and high-tech safety. Which is your best option? Our comparison guide takes a close look at two of the most popular mid-size sedans on the road.

2019 Lincoln MKZ vs Ford Fusion

Although they're related, the 2019 Lincoln MKZ and Ford Fusion diverge a bit when it comes to luxury, performance, and tech features. Which of these sedans takes your commute to the next level? Our comparison guide has the details you need to make the right choice.

2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Go green in the 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid, a thrifty sedan that hits every note with upscale comfort, smooth performance, and all the latest on-road tech gear. But the 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid has much more to offer. You’ll absolutely love its upscale cabin and smooth, quiet highway ride. This hybrid definitely has commuters in mind. After all, if you’re spending hours on the road, a little luxury can go a long way.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Toyota Camry

If you're looking at the Fusion or Camry, you've already passed over the subcompact and compact cars. They're not for everyone. With a mid-size car, you can stretch your legs a little and drive without literally rubbing elbows with the person next to you. And you've probably decided not to bother with a large car, which often feels like a cruise ship floating on the sea instead of feeling connected to the road.

2019 Ford Fiesta

After 2019, the Ford Fiesta will be no more. In an SUV-dominated market, there are fewer reasons to focus on making sedans. Sure, they’ll sell this superb car in overseas markets, but for us Americans, this year marks the end of an era. But there’s still time to get a brand-new Ford Fiesta before they’re gone for good. In this guide, we cover what makes the Fiesta worth a test drive and purchase.

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**Demonstrator Vehicles and out of service loaner vehicles, are still eligible for applicable new retail rebates and incentives. These vehicles are no longer considered new as they have been driven as demonstrators or have served in our service loaner fleet. The manufacturer Warranty of these vehicles may be different than the manufacturer of a similar new vehicle and may include more or less coverage depending on its use and Ford’s current policies. Please consult your dealer for current details of the warranty and incentives.