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For over a century now, American brand Ford has been mass-producing all sorts of vehicles in the United States and across the globe. The Ford sedan is an important part of both America's past and its present. With the aid of sedan models such as the Ford Escort and the Ford Taurus, the brand continues to be an iconic part of American history. For the 2012 year, Ford is offering four sedan models, the classic Ford Taurus, the landmark Ford Fusion, the reliable, entry-level Ford Focus, and the ... (full review continues below)

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Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta
Year
2013
MSRP
$13,200
Fuel Economy
29 City / 39 Highway
Engine
1.6L I4
Seats
5
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Ford Sedan Reviews

For over a century now, American brand Ford has been mass-producing all sorts of vehicles in the United States and across the globe. The Ford sedan is an important part of both America's past and its present. With the aid of sedan models such as the Ford Escort and the Ford Taurus, the brand continues to be an iconic part of American history. For the 2012 year, Ford is offering four sedan models, the classic Ford Taurus, the landmark Ford Fusion, the reliable, entry-level Ford Focus, and the value-friendly Ford Fiesta, all of which are some of the best representatives of Ford's long history of automobile production.

The Ford Fiesta is an economy car that finds its way into a struggling economy, and is sure to succeed because of it. The subcompact Fiesta was last offered in America for three years in the 1970s, but it was, at that point, a highly detestable part of the auto market. The new Ford Fiesta, however, is here to erase all bad associations with its name with impressive driving dynamics and comfort features. The new Fiesta has a starting MSRP of only $13,200 and comes in both sedan and hatchback models. (The hatchback comes in at about a grand more). The sedan gets an impressive 29 mpg city and 38 mpg highway and comes in S, SE, and SEL trims. It competes with such vehicles as the Kia Rio, the Chevy Sonic, and the Honda Fit, but its ride quality far outweighs that of its competitors.

The Ford Focus has been the brand's entry-level small sedan since the year 2000, and it was designed to be sold around the world in much the same form as it is sold in the U.S. For 2012, it comes in hatchback, electric, and standard sedan models, with the sedan starting at $16,500 and its electric version starting at $39,200. The Focus is known for its style, technology options, and refined engine and transmission. It was completely redesigned for 2012, comes in S, SE, SEL, and Titanium trims and competes with such vehicles as the Chevy Cruze and the Mazda 3.

The mid-size Ford Fusion sedan was a landmark vehicle at its inception and continues to impress drivers and critics today. The Fusion is known for its family-friendly features, its sporty drive (rare for its segment), and its comfortable cabin. The Fusion Hybrid starts at $28,700, while the traditional Fusion Sedan starts at only $20,200. It competes with the Kia Optima and Hyundai Sonata, and comes in S, SE, SEL, and SPORT trims, along with the hybrid variant.

The Ford Taurus has been a huge hit since it appeared for the 1986 model year and was the best-selling sedan in America for most of the 1990s. It has a starting MSRP of $25,555 and gets 18 mpg city and 28 mpg highway. It's known for its comfortable interior and large cargo area, as well as its large list of standard features. The Taurus comes in SE, SEL, and Limited trims, and also comes in an SHO variant (starting at $38,1455). It competes with the Volkswagen Passat, the Chrysler 300, and the Dodge Charger.