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2016 Ford C-Max Energi

New 2016 Ford C-Max Energi

MSRP: $31,770
Invoice: $30,341

2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid

New 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid See 2015

MSRP: $24,170 to $27,170
Invoice: $23,083 to $25,948

2016 Ford Edge

New 2016 Ford Edge

MSRP: $28,700 to $40,900
Invoice: $27,696 to $39,060

2016 Ford Escape

New 2016 Ford Escape

MSRP: $23,590 to $31,745
Invoice: $22,352 to $29,760

2016 Ford Expedition

New 2016 Ford Expedition See 2015

MSRP: $45,435 to $63,375
Invoice: $43,390 to $60,523

2016 Ford Expedition EL

New 2016 Ford Expedition EL

MSRP: $48,145 to $66,025
Invoice: $45,978 to $63,054

2016 Ford Explorer

New 2016 Ford Explorer

MSRP: $31,050 to $52,970
Invoice: $29,964 to $50,587

2016 Ford F-150

New 2016 Ford F-150

MSRP: $26,540 to $62,310
Invoice: $25,212 to $57,948

2016 Ford F-250

New 2016 Ford F-250

MSRP: $32,385 to $50,585
Invoice: $30,604 to $47,803

2016 Ford F-350

New 2016 Ford F-350

MSRP: $33,280 to $52,685
Invoice: $31,449 to $49,788

2016 Ford Fiesta

New 2016 Ford Fiesta

MSRP: $14,580 to $21,460
Invoice: $14,361 to $21,139

2016 Ford Flex

New 2016 Ford Flex

MSRP: $29,600 to $42,600
Invoice: $28,564 to $40,683

2016 Ford Focus

New 2016 Ford Focus

MSRP: $17,225 to $23,725
Invoice: $16,622 to $22,657

2016 Ford Focus Electric

New 2016 Ford Focus Electric

MSRP: $29,170
Invoice: $27,858

2016 Ford Focus ST

New 2016 Ford Focus ST

MSRP: $24,425
Invoice: $23,326

2016 Ford Fusion

New 2016 Ford Fusion

MSRP: $22,750 to $33,270
Invoice: $21,329 to $30,858

2016 Ford Fusion Energi

New 2016 Ford Fusion Energi

MSRP: $33,900 to $35,730
Invoice: $31,443 to $33,140

2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid

New 2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid See 2015

MSRP: $25,675 to $31,430
Invoice: $24,070 to $29,151

2016 Ford Mustang

New 2016 Ford Mustang

MSRP: $24,145 to $41,895
Invoice: $23,299 to $39,591

2016 Ford Shelby GT350

New 2016 Ford Shelby GT350

MSRP: $47,795
Invoice: $45,166

2016 Ford Taurus

New 2016 Ford Taurus See 2015

MSRP: $27,110 to $40,275
Invoice: $25,619 to $38,060

2016 Ford Transit Connect

New 2016 Ford Transit Connect

MSRP: $22,675 to $29,300
Invoice: $21,655 to $27,982

2015 Ford Transit-150

New 2015 Ford Transit-150

MSRP: $29,735 to $35,430
Invoice: $27,430 to $32,684

2015 Ford Transit-250

New 2015 Ford Transit-250

MSRP: $30,685 to $37,235
Invoice: $28,308 to $34,348

2015 Ford Transit-350

New 2015 Ford Transit-350

MSRP: $33,590 to $43,795
Invoice: $30,987 to $40,401

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Ford Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $14,580 (Fiesta) to $48,145 (Expedition EL)

For 2016, Ford has made its SYNC 3 infotainment system available on most of its models. SYNC 3 has a new interface and new features to complement Ford’s next generation of voice-activated technology.

The smallest of Ford’s offerings is the diminutive Fiesta subcompact sedan and hatchback. The Fiesta also comes in ST trim (like the Focus), which offers plenty of driving fun in a small, five-door package. It features a 197-hp, 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine and a six-speed manual. The Fiesta ST is our favorite performance bargain as well, starting at just $21,460.

The Focus is one of the more flexible vehicles in Ford’s lineup, coming in both sedan and hatchback varieties, as well as a Focus ST version of its own that serves as an older brother to the peppy Fiesta ST. Watch for the new Focus RS, which will probably debut as a 2017 model with more than 315 hp, AWD and a six-speed manual transmission.

The Fusion mid-size sedan continues into 2016 mostly unchanged, with a few new options packages available. The Fusion is also sold as a Fusion Hybrid which offers 42 combined mpg and the Fusion Energi, a plug-in hybrid with all-electric operation.

The stunning Mustang coupe and convertible were completely redesigned last year with a fully independent rear suspension (replacing the old live axle) and a sleeker design. Enthusiasts will rejoice at the introduction of the Shelby GT350 and GT350R with a powerful 5.2-liter eight-cylinder engine.

An emphasis on family friendly fuel economy spawned the development of the C-Max Hybrid hatchback, which offers comfortable seating for five, lots of cargo room, and excellent fuel economy of its own (47 combined mpg). There is also the C-Max Energi which gets larger batteries and offers 19 miles of electric range before the engine kicks in. 

The Taurus, Ford’s full-size sedan, continues to offer family comfort with plenty of legroom and three engines to choose from.


Ford also offers an extensive lineup of SUVs, starting with the compact Escape, which offers plenty of technology, including a powered rear liftgate that can be opened by waving your foot beneath the rear bumper. It’s no wonder that this is one of the best-selling small SUVs in the country.

The five-seat Edge was redesigned last year and has been selling strongly, offering a good balance of sportiness and utility.

The uniquely styled Flex SUV looks like a big wagon and offers plenty of seating and cargo capacity. It adds a new Appearance package for 2016, with blacked out door handles, window sills, roof, liftgate trim, front grille and standard 20-inch rims.

Ford also offers several options for those looking to haul more than five passengers in the ExplorerExpedition, and the even larger Expedition EL. This year, the Explorer received a substantial makeover, and all-wheel drive is now available on all trims. Platinum trim offers a slew of luxury features, including massaging front seats.

The F-150 was extensively redesigned in 2015, with a change to an aluminum body instead of steel) which shaves up to 700 pounds on some models. Look for an all-new Raptor high-performance trim debuting later this year as a 2017 model.

The heavy duty F-250 and F-350 work trucks soldier on mostly unchanged for 2016 with XL, XLT and Lariat variants.

Rounding out the lineup is Transit family of work vans, which consists of the Transit ConnectTransit-150Transit-250, and Transit-350

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