Where are Ford Cars Made?
Ford is an American multinational company, with manufacturing operations worldwide. Ford is the second largest US-based automaker, and the fifth largest in the world.
Who Owns Ford?
Ownership of the Ford brand is split between the Ford family, the Vanguard Group and Evercore Wealth Management.
When was Ford Founded?
Ford dates back to 1903 when it was founded by Henry Ford. The first Ford car was made in 1903, and by 1908 Ford had their first mass produced car, the T model, which went on to become one of the most famous cars of all time.
How Much is a Ford?
As such a popular and long-standing car manufacturer, Ford cars are common and vary in price hugely - from a few hundred pounds to tens of thousands. One thing's for sure - if you shop around with us you'll find one that's well worth your money.
What are the most popular used Ford cars?
Ford Fiesta – The Ford Fiesta has been around since 1976, over seven generations, and is known for its no-nonsense, smooth drive and spacious interior. New Ford Fiesta models are quite affordable and have an RRP from £16,385 for the hatchback model. However, used models can be picked up for even less. A two-year-old Fiesta will set you back around £13,500 and a five-year-old vehicle around £10,000.
Ford Focus - The Ford Focus really makes the most of its interior space with a spacious boot and plenty of leg room. It has been a top seller in the family hatchback sector since it was first released in 1998. A brand-new Ford Focus has an RRP from £21,995, but you can find a two-year-old Focus for around £18,000 from one of our trusted UK second-hand car dealerships.
Ford Ka - Light and nimble, the Ford Ka is a small car favourite manufactured between 1996 and 2016. Little and nippy, a 1.2L Ford Ka has a top speed of 99mph or 159km/h, whereas the 1.3L can go slightly faster at 100mph or 161km/h. You can expect to pick up a used two-year-old Ka for around £7,000 or a five year old second-hand model for just £4,500.