Friday November 22, 2019

Motoring giant Ford tightens its grip on the all-wheel drive world

Ford looks towards a more secure market foothold

3rd January, 2016

The new Ford Focus RS all-wheel drive: capable of carrying phenomenal levels of speed through bends

Pausing momentarily as I looked up at the heavily forested hill I was about to tackle, I realised I’d barely clamber up there by foot with the right shoes on, but in the Ford Kuga it was no challenge at all. Its all-wheel drive system doesn’t even require any special input in order to cover the steep muddy ground.

The terrain we experienced was far more extreme than that which 99...

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