Ford's Transit Custom is the most sophisticated mid-range LCV the Blue Oval has ever made, promising a car-like drive without sacrificing toughness and practicality. Jonathan Crouch tried the 2.0 TDCi lwb 130PS version
The latest version of this 'baby' Transit is anything but a lightweight when it comes to meeting the demands of the small and compact van sectors as Jonathan Crouch discovers.
Like Wagon Wheels, Ford Transits have also apparently become smaller since their Seventies heyday. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at the Transit Courier city van.
Ford's mid-range Transit Custom van offers an even stronger LCV proposition with EcoBlue diesel engine technology. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at what's on offer.
Ford's Tourneo Connect offers families a multi-purpose vehicle that goes large on practicality. Jonathan Crouch reports
Ford's Tourneo Custom offers acres of space in a cost effective package. If you need something bigger than a Galaxy, this could be just the ticket. Jonathan Crouch reports
The Ford Transit has evolved. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at what you can expect from the brand's largest van in terms of this improved sixth-generation model.
Ford's MK2 model S-MAX carries on where its predecessor left off, demonstrating that larger MPVs don't have to be boring. Arguably, it makes most sense in 2.0 TDCi 180PS diesel guise. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Ford's first generation S-MAX demonstrated that larger MPVs don't have to be boring. The latest model reinforces that point. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Pinch yourself. Ford's Mustang really is available here in the UK in right-hand drive, full factory guise. Jonathan Crouch reports.
You could really form a bond with Ford's latest Mustang in Convertible form. James Fosdyke reports.
The much improved Ford Ranger pick-up is far more efficient, as well as being smarter and very media-savvy. Plus it's still tough and decent to drive for a vehicle of this kind. Jonathan Crouch investigates.
Had you never driven this generation Ford Mondeo, you might well think that here was a concept past its sell-by date. You could easily believe that nobody buys this sort of mass-market midrange car any more and that the private buyer long decamped to the superior residual values of the premium marques. Drive a Mondeo and your view will be completely different. You'll realise that this is where the value lies, especially in the used market, and that you're buying a car that flows down a road so much better than a bare bones BMW or an austerity-spec Audi. Here we take a look at the Mondeo as it developed en route to its 2011 model year facelift and highlight what to look out for.