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2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid

New 2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid

MSRP: $25,200 to $28,365
Invoice: $23,499 to $26,451

2013 Ford E-150

New 2013 Ford E-150

MSRP: $27,325 to $31,900
Invoice: $25,208 to $29,428

2013 Ford E-250

New 2013 Ford E-250

MSRP: $28,785 to $32,185
Invoice: $26,555 to $29,691

2013 Ford E-350 Super Duty

New 2013 Ford E-350 Super Duty

MSRP: $31,485 to $36,545
Invoice: $29,046 to $33,712

2014 Ford Edge

New 2014 Ford Edge See 2013

MSRP: $28,100 to $39,550
Invoice: $26,484 to $36,881

2014 Ford Escape

New 2014 Ford Escape See 2013

MSRP: $23,100 to $30,850
Invoice: $21,772 to $28,769

2014 Ford Expedition

New 2014 Ford Expedition See 2013

MSRP: $41,975 to $56,205
Invoice: $39,142 to $52,411

2014 Ford Expedition EL

New 2014 Ford Expedition EL See 2013

MSRP: $44,685 to $58,855
Invoice: $41,670 to $54,883

2014 Ford Explorer

New 2014 Ford Explorer See 2013

MSRP: $30,015 to $41,675
Invoice: $28,288 to $38,862

2014 Ford F-150

New 2014 Ford F-150 See 2013

MSRP: $24,735 to $54,120
Invoice: $22,941 to $49,115

2014 Ford F-250

New 2014 Ford F-250 See 2013

MSRP: $30,035 to $47,520
Invoice: $27,707 to $43,837

2014 Ford F-350

New 2014 Ford F-350 See 2013

MSRP: $30,930 to $49,620
Invoice: $28,533 to $45,774

2014 Ford Fiesta

New 2014 Ford Fiesta See 2013

MSRP: $14,100 to $21,400
Invoice: $13,571 to $20,598

2014 Ford Flex

New 2014 Ford Flex See 2013

MSRP: $29,015 to $42,375
Invoice: $27,346 to $39,515

2014 Ford Focus

New 2014 Ford Focus See 2013

MSRP: $16,810 to $24,065
Invoice: $15,843 to $22,441

2014 Ford Focus ST

New 2014 Ford Focus ST See 2013

MSRP: $24,115
Invoice: $22,486

2014 Ford Fusion

New 2014 Ford Fusion See 2013

MSRP: $21,970 to $32,600
Invoice: $20,488 to $30,074

2014 Ford Fusion Energi

New 2014 Ford Fusion Energi

MSRP: $34,700 to $36,500
Invoice: $32,011 to $33,671

2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid

New 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid See 2013

MSRP: $26,270 to $32,600
Invoice: $24,497 to $30,074

2014 Ford Mustang

New 2014 Ford Mustang See 2013

MSRP: $22,510 to $40,310
Invoice: $21,215 to $37,186

2014 Ford Taurus

New 2014 Ford Taurus See 2013

MSRP: $26,780 to $39,980
Invoice: $24,705 to $36,882

2014 Ford Transit Connect

New 2014 Ford Transit Connect See 2013

MSRP: $22,000 to $29,000
Invoice: $20,515 to $27,043

Ford Overview:

After big changes the last two years, 2014 is a relative year of calm for Ford, with the Blue Oval looking forward to a slew of redesigns scheduled to hit in 2015.

That doesn’t mean that 2014 is without its charms though, as it marks the introduction of the Fiesta ST and a new 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine that will make its North American debut later in the year.

The diminutive Fiesta subcompact welcomes the Fiesta ST to the stable this year, which offers plenty of driving fun in a small, five-door package. The ST (Ford’s performance trim) features a 197-hp, 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine and a six-speed manual. It’s our favorite performance bargain as well, starting at just $21,400.

Ford’s three other passenger vehicles (the compact Focus, midsize Fusion, and full-size Taurus), return for 2014 with minimal changes.

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. Eco versions of the Focus return up to 40 mpg on the highway, and the compact offers an emphasis on technology with a self-parking system and MyFord Touch among other tech options.

Redesigned in 2013, the Fusion also has an exciting new addition in 2014 with Ford’s new 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine joining the Fusion’s engine options. It is one of the most attractive cars in its class, with swept back styling that brings to mind Aston Martin (especially from the front). The Fusion is also sold as a Fusion Hybrid which offers 47 combined mpg.

Ford’s most iconic car is the Mustang, a nostalgia inducing muscle car that keeps its live rear axle and tire shredding horsepower for the new model year. This is the last year of the truly retro Mustangs, it is headed for a 2015 redesign that will include an independent rear suspension among other changes.

An emphasis on increased fuel economy spawned the development of the C-Max Hybrid, which offers comfortable seating for five, lots of cargo room, and excellent fuel economy of its own (47 combined mpg).

The uniquely styled Flex returns for 2014 sans major updates, as does the Escape which was redesigned in 2013. The Escape’s redesign introduced a brand new visual look for the compact SUV, to go along with improved fuel economy and a powered rear liftgate that can be opened by waving your foot beneath the rear bumper. The five-seat Edge is also unchanged.

Ford also offers several options for those looking to haul more than five passengers in the Explorer, Expedition, and the even larger Expedition XL.

Looking ahead, the Ford F-Series of pickup trucks, including the best-selling F150, are set for major changes in 2015. But for 2014, they are the first vehicles in the Ford lineup to get its update MyFord Touch infotainment system. Ford’s engineers have heeded customer complaints and have added more physical controls to the system to make it easier to use, a welcome addition. The F250 and F350 are still around for jobs which require a heavy duty solution.