Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company is an American multinational corporation and the world's fourth largest automaker based on worldwide vehicle sales, following Toyota, General Motors and Volkswagen. In addition to the Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury brands sold in the US and elsewhere, Ford's international brands also include Volvo of Sweden; and Ford owns a one-third controlling interest in Mazda of Japan, and a small holding in former subsidiary Aston Martin of England. Ford's former UK subsidiaries Jaguar and Land Rover were sold to Tata Motors of India in March 2008.

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We can offer cheap car insurance quotes for many Ford models including some of the UK’s most popular cars such as the Ford Focus, Ford Fiesta and the Ford Mondeo.

  • Ford C-Max Series 10 The previous C-Max mystified journalists when it was launched as it only had five seats.
  • Ford Fiesta Series 02 Ford Fiesta. This Fiesta has always been one of the best handling superminis, with a package of mid-term revisions adding a welcome dose of quality to the mix.
  • Ford Fiesta Series 08 Ford has been on a roll since around the mid-'90s, when the fourth generation Fiesta became a car that you wanted to drive a bit further than you needed to.
  • Ford Focus (98 - 05) Series 98 Ford Focus (98 - 05). There's not a lot wrong with the Focus, hence its continued success.
  • Ford Fusion Series 02 The Fusion was orignally pitched as being a rival to supermini-based MPVs like the Renault Modus and Vauxhall Agila.
  • Ford Galaxy (95 - 06) Series 95 Ford Galaxy (95 - 06). Comfortable and well constructed, the Galaxy is a sister car to the VW Sharan and Seat Alhambra.
  • Ford Galaxy Series 06 A seven-seat people carrier is unlikely to induce a warm ownership tingle in anyone but a seasoned minicab driver, but Ford has worked hard to give the new Galaxy a quality edge over more utilitarian rivals.
  • Ford Ka Series 09 The first generation Ford Ka had become something of a modern-day cult car - over a decade on sale and it was still seeing off the competition with its appealing combination of perky charm and piffling running costs.
  • Ford Ka Series 96 Ford Ka. If you can live with the lack of rear seat space and boot capacity, then the Ka is still one of the finest superminis around.
  • Ford Kuga Series 08 It is no insult to say that we knew what to expect from the Kuga.
  • Ford Mondeo (00-06) Series 00 Ford Mondeo (00-06). Still a good car - but it's hard not to feel that its moment has passed.
  • Ford Mondeo Series 07 This is the third generation Mondeo, and the best yet.
  • Ford Ranger (00 - 06) Series 03 Ford Ranger (00 - 06). The drab-looking Ranger is very much a working vehicle, not a "lifestyle" pick-up.
  • Ford S-Max Series 06 Think of the S-Max as being the new Ford Galaxy's younger, sportier sister.

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