Ford has finally announced the pricing scheme for the all-new 2012 ‘LW’ Focus. Starting at $21,990AUD for the 1.6 manual Ambiente hatch, the new Focus capitalises on value rather than lowest price.
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The new-for-2010 Mustang is THE coolest ‘pony’ car – I’m sure everyone would agree. So, what will the coolest pony car on the earth gonna cost you? Being based in Australia, it would easily cost me $AUD150,000+! (For the RHD conversion). Very sad indeed. But, if I was in America, what would it cost me then? Gladly to say, a hell of a lot less! The 2010 Ford Mustang starts from a amazingly low $USD21,000 ($AUD33,000)!
Ford has only just unveiled the new 2010 Taurus and they have already given us a price list on all models (albeit with no options prices – or even what the options are for that matter). So to kick off the range, the SE (base) is $25,995 U.S Dollars – same as the current model. Then, moving up the range, we have the SEL for $27,995 and the Limited (top-of-the-range) for a comparatively cheap $31,995 U.S Dollars. The SEL & Limited can be optioned with the 6-speed paddle-shift for the automatic. Other options like the acclaimed Adaptive Cruise Control, cross-traffic warning system & collision mitigation are still to be priced.
For most of the past decade, new features in half-ton pickups were aimed primarily at casual truck buyers. Now those buyers are fleeing big trucks for smaller vehicles. Core truck buyers are making up ever-larger percentages of half-ton purchasers.
For ~ $56,000 AUD, you can buy some pretty hot metal – think Ford FG Falcon XR6 Turbo or Holden VE Commodore SS. You could even opt for a FPV or HSV. Heck! Even an entry level German is in your price range! But, if you are lucky enough to live in England (or at least Europe), there’s a new very fast kid on the block – the Ford Focus RS – all for just £24,995 or about €27,700…