With more than 2 million vehicles sold last year, Ford is now the most popular car brand in the United States. Read on to learn more about all of the new Dodge cars and SUVs, as well as updates to existing models.
2013 Ford C-MAX
The hybrid C-MAX is all-new for 2013. With a starting price around $26,000, the Focus-based 5-door hatchback boasts 47 mpg with its traditional hybrid engine or, for around $34,000, you can choose the plug-in hybrid Energi version with up to 108 mpg-equivalent.
2013 Ford E-Series
Ford hasn't announced any changes to its full-size 2013 E-Series vans, which are available in either cargo or passenger configurations.
2013 Ford Edge
The Edge receives only minor changes for 2013, including a Sport mode for its 6-speed automatic and an appearance package for SEL models that includes black painted 20-inch alloy wheels.
2013 Ford Escape
The Escape SUV is all-new for 2013, getting its first full redesign since going on sale in 2001. Updates include sleek new styling, new high-tech gadgets, a choice of three 4-cylinder engines and the discontinuation of the fuel-efficient Escape Hybrid variant. Pricing starts around $23,000 with destination.
2013 Ford Expedition
Only minor changes mark the 2013 model year for Ford's full-size Expedition. Among them are a trailer-brake controller in the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package and a newly available dual-screen DVD entertainment system on upscale King Ranch and Limited models.
2013 Ford Explorer
The Explorer adds a high-performance Sport trim level for 2013 that includes the same 365-horsepower turbocharged V6 as the Taurus SHO. Other new features include a standard knee airbag for passengers and optional inflatable rear seat belts designed to improve safety.
2013 Ford F-Series
Updates to the F-150 include a revised front end with optional high-intensity headlights, newly available MyFord Touch technology, an upscale Limited trim level and a 4.2-inch information screen in the gauge cluster. Super Duty models also gain available MyFord Touch infotainment technology, as well as a new upscale Platinum trim level.
2013 Ford Fiesta
Though there aren't any major changes to the Fiesta for 2013, savvy shoppers will note that upscale SES and SEL trim levels are combined and renamed Titanium for the new model year.
2013 Ford Flex
The full-size Flex crossover's biggest change for 2013 is new front and rear styling and a revised interior. The Flex also gets more power for its base-level 3.5-liter V6, increasing from last year's 262 hp to 285 for 2013.
2013 Ford Focus
The Focus Electric joins the compact Focus's lineup for the new model year. A performance model, the 252-hp Focus ST, also joins the range for 2013, as does a manual transmission option in the upscale Focus Titanium.
2013 Ford Fusion
The midsize Fusion is completely redesigned for 2013. Priced from $22,500, the 2013 Fusion offers three trim levels and three gas-powered 4-cylinder engines. A 4-cylinder hybrid powerplant that returns 47 mpg in combined city and highway driving is also available.
2013 Ford Mustang
All versions of the 2013 Mustang receive styling changes, including revised front and rear ends and new wheel designs. The high-performance Shelby GT500 variant also gets more power, going from 550 hp last year to a whopping 662 for 2013.
2013 Ford Taurus
In addition to new torque vectoring technology designed to improve handling, the 2013 Taurus also gets revised styling, including a larger grille. A new 240-hp 4-cylinder base engine also offers improved efficiency.
2013 Ford Transit Connect
There are no changes to the Transit Connect for 2013, its fourth model year on the U.S. market.