Though the 2016 Ford Fiesta's starting MSRP of $14,090 and up to 28 city/36 hwy mpg fuel economy reflect the fact that it was designed from the ground up to be an economical choice for any family, the engineers at Ford wanted it to provide a great driving experience, as well. This is why they equipped the S, SE, and Titanium Ford Fiesta trims with a 1.6L, 16-valve I-4 engine with twin independent variable cam timing that snaps out a useful 120 hp@6350 rpm and the option, on the SE, for a 1.0L turbocharged, direct injection I-3 that sips 31 city/43 hwy mpg and develops 123 hp.
The capability to seat 5 within 90.0 cubic feet of passenger space and reach a fuel economy of up to 30 city/42 why mpg, all for a starting MSRP of $17,225, may seem like more than enough reasons to buy the 2016 Ford Focus, however Ford wanted to create a vehicle that beat its competition across all criteria, including style and performance. It's for this reason that they've offered an array of trims that give the consumer multiple technology and handling options, including an aerodynamic, sporty 2016 Focus RS Hatchback that is powered by a 2.3L, turbocharged EcoBoost® I-4 that cranks out 350 horses of power and a Focus ST that not only offers the passing muscle of a 252 hp, turbocharged, direct-injection 2.0L EcoBoost® I-4, but also superb handling that's provided by a unique ST sport suspension and Torque Vectoring Control.
2016 Ford Focus Electric
The era of the practical all-electric car has arrived, and it has come in the form of the 2016 Ford Focus Electric. With a range of 76 miles on a full charge, a performance envelope that, with a top speed of 84 mph, is designed for sustained highway operation, and the ability to cruise with an EPA-estimated rating of 110 city/99 highway mile per gallon equivalent (MPG-e), the entirely gas-free Focus Electric is engineered to fulfill the entire range of normal operations that are expected of a conventional automobile. A starting MSRP of only $30,045 even means that the new wave of innovation that's embodied by the Focus Electric can become a part of any family's way of life.
Though its sharp lines and assertive fascia immediately make an impression, the real reason why the 2016 Ford Fusion is a great mid-sized sedan is because of the technology it incorporates. Driver awareness and vehicle responsiveness, for instance, are maximized on the Ford Fusion by available technologies such as Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Warning, which is a system that enables the car to detect vehicles and objects it is approaching on the road, adjust cruising speed accordingly, and prepare for emergency-braking, an optically-guided Lane Keeping System that alerts the driver to lane drift, and a BLIS® Blind Spot Information System that uses a rear quarter-mounted radar to detect cars that are approaching from the driver's blind spot. Given that the 2016 Ford Fusion has a starting MSRP of only $22,110 and boasts an interior that has 102.8 cubic feet of passenger space and can seat 5, it is, like all of the 2016 Ford models, a great deal in terms of value and technology.
A 2.0L I-4 Atkinson-cycle powertrain that's coupled with an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (eCVT) and 88 kW Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Motor that can tap off of a 1.4 kWh Lithium-Ion battery makes the 2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid, which has a starting MSRP of $25,060 and attains a mileage of 40 city/36 hwy, one of the most economically and environmentally-friendly sedans on the road. Able to hit 85 mph when tapping off of the battery alone, it even offers performance specs that are ideal for highway cruising.
The current muscle car craze simply wouldn't be legitimate without new Ford Mustangs on the street, as the original "pony car" not only set the standards for street performance, but also defined how a true American car should look. Though the 2016 Ford Mustang incorporates a bevy of technologies that have been developed since its ancestors first raced in the 1960s, it's still defined by a performance legacy that's defined for this model year by two great Shelby-tuned options, the 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350® and 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby® GT350R. Powered by 5.2L Flat Plane Crank V-8s that growl with 526 horses and 429lb-ft of torque, these Shelby ponies also sport a unique, aggressive fascia, PFI fuel delivery system with twin-high flow pumps, dual exhausts with active valves and quad tips, roller finger followers, and TREMEC® 6-speed manual transmissions that combine to create performance that stirs the heart and owns the street. Since the MSRPs on this full team of horses ranges from $24,295 to $62,195, there's a 2016 Ford Mustang in our stable that fits any riders' wishes.
The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the 2016 Ford C-MAX Hybrid: The SE and SEL trims can achieve 42 city/37 hwy, while the C-MAX Energi Plug-in Hybrid reaches 40 city/36 hwy and an impressive 95 city/81 hwy miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) when running solely on battery power. Though the 2.0L Atkisson-Cycle I-4 engine that, when paired with an electric motor, forms a power train that generates a combined 188 hp while yielding this incredible fuel efficiency is impressive enough, a number of other technologies have made this responsive 5-door a driver favorite. With a best-in-class 99.7 cubic feet of passenger volume that can seat 5 in comfort, second-row footwell storage compartments, and a price that starts at $24,170, the 2016 Ford C-MAX can also fit the budget and needs of any family.
The 2016 Ford Taurus is the latest in a revered line of premium, full sized family and professional sedans, however the technology that's been packed into its stylish body connects it more to the future than the past. As with all of 2016 Ford models, the 2016 Taurus is also offered with a range of engine selections that are intended to match the needs of every consumer. These include a standard 3.5L V-6 that turns out 288 hp, 254 lb.-ft. of torque, and can obtain a 19 city/29 hwy mpg fuel economy, a 365 hp, 3.5L EcoBoost V-6 with a fuel economy rating of 17 city/25 hwy, and an 2.0L EcoBoost® I-4 that produces 240 horses with an EPA-estimated best-in-class rating of 22 city/32 hwy mpg. Further refinements, such as an available SYNC® with MyFord® or MyFord Touch® hands-free calling and infotainment technology suite, heated/cooled front seats, and Multicontour Front Seats With Active Motion® are among some of the other features that make 2016 Ford Taurus, which starts at $27,055, the perfect sedan for any family or traveling professional.
With a starting MSRP of $23,100 and standard fuel economy of 22 city/31 hwy mpg, the 2016 Ford Escape is a compact crossover SUV that can fit within any family's budget. Price points alone are not why it has become one of America's best selling utilities, however, as engine choices that include a 168 hp, 2.5L Duratec®, as well as 1.6L EcoBoost® and 2.0L EcoBoost® turbocharged I-4s that belt out 178 and 240 horses, respectively, mean there's a Ford Escape trim that can match any driver's performance needs.
2016 Ford Transit Connect Wagon
A combined 104.2 cubic feet of cargo volume, 156.9 cubic feet of passenger space in which 7 people can sit in comfort, sliding doors, and a tight turning circle make the 2016 Ford Transit Connect Wagon an outstanding people mover for families as well as small businesses. A standard 2.5L Duratec® I-4 that delivers 169 horsepower and 171 lb.-ft. of torque for a fuel economy of 20 city/28 hwy mpg also gives it enough power for cross-country trips, however a 178 hp 1.6L EcoBoost® I-4 that can yield up to 30 mpg on the highway is available for individual drivers or shuttle fleets that are looking for optimum performance.
As it's equipped with either a 245 hp, twin-scroll 2.0L turbocharged, direct-injection EcoBoost® I-4, a 3.5L Ti-VCT V-6 that generates 280 hp, or a 315 hp 2.7L twin-turbocharged, direct-injection EcoBoost® V-6 and sports a voluminous 113.9 cubic feet of total passenger space, the 2016 Ford Edge has the strength and capacity for any household's needs. Size and power are only part of why this mid-sized crossover SUV is one of the top-selling 2016 Ford models, however, as advanced technologies like a front-mounted 180 degree camera that can peer around corners, available BLIS® with cross-traffic alert, and an available enhanced active park assist that utilizes ultrasonic sensors to automatically guide parking make the roomy Ford Edge easy to maneuver in heavily trafficked or crowded environments.
Though the first thing anyone notices about the 2016 Ford Flex is the extreme style statement it makes while cruising down the street, this crossover SUV's true value comes in the form of its amazing capacity. Able to comfortably sit 7 in 155.8 cubic feet of passenger space, the Ford Flex is ideal for large families and businesses, however an available Powerfold® third row seat that provides additional seating and cargo options make this full-size crossover utility vehicle perfect for anyone, including tailgaters and families that often have to shuttle teams to soccer or baseball practice.
The ability to tow up to 5000lbs with an optional Class III Trailer Tow package, a seating capacity for 7, and an optional Intelligent 4WD system that detects and prevents slippage while working with a Terrain Management System™ that can be set to normal, mud/ruts, sand, or grass/gravel/snow conditions are just some of the abilities that make the 2016 Ford Explorer one of the few vehicles in the mid-size SUV market that can truly deliver. A look that has been redesigned for the new model year, including a new, more detailed and commanding fascia, taillamps, exhaust tips, liftgate, and a redesigned hood, fender, and fog lamps, however, give the 2016 Ford Explorer a tough, yet refined, profile that stands out in a field of otherwise bland or boxy vehicles.
The ability to apply torque and braking power in a way that is responsive and always under the firm command of the driver is what matters when it comes to pulling a boat out of a lake, positioning a camper on an uneven hill, or engaging in any other type of trailering. It's for this reason that the 2016 Ford Expedition, which has a maximum towing capacity of 9,200lbs, available Control Trac® 4-Wheel Drive, Hill Start Assist/Hill Descent Control™, and an integrated trailer brake controller is the obvious choice for families that want to explore the outdoors in a full-sized SUV.
With a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 5-Star Safety Rating that's been earned, in part, due to a high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body and high-strength steel frame that weigh less, yet have greater strength, than other bodies and frames on the market and a fully boxed frame that's reinforced with eight crossmembers, the 2016 Ford F-150 not only offers the capability that has made the model line America's best selling truck for decades, but the safety and assurance that every family desires in a vehicle.
2016 Ford Super Duty
While the reason the 2016 Ford Super Duty is becoming a common sight both on the highway and at work locations across the country can be attributed to an available 2nd generation 6.7L Power Stroke® V-8 Turbo Diesel that yields best-in-class 440 horsepower and 860 lb-feet of torque, a maximum 31,200lbs towing capacity, or a top GCWR of 40,400lbs, the truth is that this heavy truck is starting to appear everywhere because it's simply built with the Ford toughness businesses and working families know they can rely on at all times.
2016 Ford Commercial Trucks
Businesses, independent contractors, utilities, and municipal organizations often require heavy duty vehicles that can be upfitted with specialized equipment, which is why the lineup of 2016 Ford models includes a diverse selection of commercial trucks that can be adapted to any task by either Ford or aftermarket suppliers. These include the 2016 Stripped Chassis, an ideal urban delivery vehicles that comes in four trims with varying GCWRs, a 2016 Transit CC-CA that is ideal for companies that deliver goods over medium ranges, the 2016 E-Series Cutaway, which is available with a 6.8L V-10 that generates best-in-class gas torque, and the 2016 Transit van, which has the greatest number of possible configurations in its class. The 2016 Ford Chassis Cab also combines a class-exclusive available live-drive power takeoff with an easily upfitted configuration. Finally, for businesses that need both power and flexibility, the extremely heavy-duty 2016 Ford F-650 and 2016 Ford F-750 offer the only gas engine that's available in a Class 6 or 7 truck. Since Roesch Ford stands alone among Bensenville car dealers in that we can match consumers with 2016 Ford models that are designed for commercial work, call us at 888-708-5726 if your business or agency needs vehicles that can be specially upfitted.