2023 Ford Everest Sport 4×2 Bi-Turbo joins the range

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Ford has added a more generously-specified version of its rear-wheel drive Everest SUV to the range for 2023.

The new Sport 4×2 Bi-Turbo features the same exterior treatment and interior trims as the more expensive Sport V6, but features the less powerful 2.0-litre engine and isn’t offered with four-wheel drive.

Pricing kicks off at $62,790 before on-roads, $6800 less than the V6 model based on 2023 prices. Despite the smaller engine, the Sport 4×2 features the same 3.5 tonne braked towing capacity as the 4WD model.

Ford has struggled for supply of the V6-powered Everest and Ranger since launch,

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Ford Mustang’s New Encrypted System Will Keep Tuners Out

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While the Ford Mustang has always appealed to consumers because of its retro styling and muscular performance, the pony car has held a special place in the heart of enthusiasts because of its tunability. Don’t like how Ford sells the vehicle from the factory? You can always find more performance elsewhere through one of the various aftermarket tuners. Unfortunately, the recently redesigned seven-gen Mustang arrives with new tech that’s going to make it much more difficult for tuners to extract more power from the pony car’s engine. 

The 2024 Mustang comes with Ford’s new Fully-Networked Vehicle (FNV) electrical architecture. This

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How to modify a Ford Focus RS legally on GCM YouTube channel

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It’s got a roaring exhaust, rear spoiler, with 345 brake horsepower – and did we mention it’s a police car?

And while you won’t see this Ford Focus RS catching criminals, it does have an important police message.

It’s been transformed into a completely unique police car with the help of YouTube channel GCM (George’s Car Media), and over the coming months it will feature in videos showing how to safely modify a vehicle legally.

The videos, which will include road safety advice, will be released through the GCM channel that has more than 765,000 followers on YouTube, Instagram and

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Modified 1967 Ford Mustang GT Hits The Dyno To Reveal Impressive Numbers

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Exactly 472,121 examples of the Ford Mustang were sold in 1967 and this is hugely impressive given the sports car’s current results. Sure, the pony market is not what it used to be, but almost half a million Mustangs in a single year remains one of the model’s highest achievements in its entire history. Of those cars, 71,042 units were Mustang Fastbacks, which represented approximately 15 percent of the total deliveries during that year.

We have no idea how many of these Fastbacks are still alive and on the road but one of the surviving cars recently hit the dyno

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M-Sport Ford WRC Team Gives F-MAX Truck And Ranger Pickup The Rally Look

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During their last race at Ypres Rally in Belgium, UK-based M-Sport team which is responsible for Ford’s effort in the World Rally Championship presented their Ford Ranger MS-RT pickup and F-Max tractor wearing the Fiesta WRC colors.

The vehicles were not created just for show, as they “fill integral roles within the team, both on and off-event”. We guess the F-Max is used for transporting the racecars and the associated gear, while the Ranger could carry tools and spare parts when needed.

See Also: Ford’s New Ranger MS-RT Wants To Be The Street-Focused Sibling Of The Ranger Raptor

Both the

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Living with the New Ford Bronco

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If you’ve ordered a 2021 Ford Bronco, or are contemplating purchase of a 2021 Ford Bronco, or—and I seethe with envy here—are about to take delivery of a 2021 Ford Bronco, I hereby predict that you will not be disappointed.

Granted, at this point, you probably already know that, since Ford’s been slow-dripping Bronco news since Eddie Bauer was knee-high to a twin-traction-beam front end. But just when you think your thirst for Bronco insight has been slaked, here I am to tell you that there’s so much more to know.

For I have driven a 2021 Wildtrak four-door more

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