With fuel prices increasing on a regular basis, and no real end to the increase in sight, many drivers have turned to the sub-compact class of cars and found several that are very capable and fun to drive. One of these is the 2014 Ford Fiesta. Offered in both a five door hatchback and a four door sedan, the 2014 Ford Fiesta rivals the Honda Ft and Toyota Yaris for looks, fuel economy, and ease of drive.
Even though the 2014 Ford Fiesta is small on horsepower, when coupled with its EcoBoost technology it offers enough power for any driving conditions, highway, mountains, or city streets. The suspension and steering a quickly responsive create an excellent driving experience in the Fiesta which is very light to the touch, making it a lot of fun to drive around town or out on the highway.
As the current leader in full size sport utility vehicles Ford has unveiled at the Dallas-Fort Worth Auto Show a new look and feel on an old friend. The 2015 Ford Expedition is a beautiful vehicle with a ton of cargo and person space as always, but now features the advanced technology car buyers are looking for these days.
Now offering a platinum series of the Expedition, this beast of a sport utility truck offers blind spot information system, cross traffic alert and SYNC with MyFordTouch on the touch screen information system. To go along with this the Expedition brings the same fuel efficiency and power in the engine that is now found in many of the F-Series model full size trucks. This 3.5 liter Ecoboost driven engine gives the Expedition everything an owner desires in power and fuel economy from a full size truck, but in a sport utility vehicle.