It’s 2019 and here at Team Ford we’re looking forward to the future, and what the year has in store for all of the Ford models. We’ve decided to focus on a couple models that have piqued our interest for the year, some new and some old. The Ranger has made a triumphant return, the Mustang Bullitt is arriving for all of you historians and the Focus has been re-energized. Follow along from us at Team Ford as we see what the new year has to offer!
2019 Ford Ranger
That’s right, it’s back! Gone since 2012, the Ford Ranger has made a redesigned return for 2019, to help shake up the truck market. If you’re not interested in any of the larger trucks that Ford offers, the Ranger is a perfect option for those in the mid-size range. Combining good fuel efficiency with power from its 2.3L EcoBoost engine, you won’t be slight of performance from this 4-cylinder option. Since the Ranger is just returning you can be sure there’ll be even more features and add-ons available as the year goes on and the Ranger gets back in its groove.
2019 Mustang Bullitt
It’s been 50 years since the Steve McQueen car chase classic Bullitt was released, and Ford has something special in store to mark the occasion. The 2019 Mustang Bullitt has been created to both honour the past of the sports car all the while pushing it forward as the model of race-ready vehicles for those in the commercial market. 475 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque will be at your disposal out of this all-new Ford beast, marking the new age of pony cars. What better way to celebrate Ford history than with the Mustang Bullitt, powering onto the market in a special edition that can’t be missed.
2019 Ford Focus
Hey, we know, we realize the Focus isn’t as sexy compared to the Ranger or the Mustang Bullitt, but it holds an important place in the Ford lineup. Dependability is one of the core tenets of Ford vehicles and the Focus has it in spades. This entry for 2019 has been redesigned to be both lighter and longer, while seeing new exterior design tweaks to make it a more uniform build. It’s never a bad time to buy a Focus, and why not with this new edition that brings next generation qualities to the old stand-by of the Focus.