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Meh...looks a little bland and sad, especially the interior
stunning! but whats with the tiny front floors??
Is it me or are Ford shamelessly copying the styling of Aston Martin
Well Ford debuted the Aston Martin grille on the Fiesta and obviously intends to continue running with it now that it has also appeared on the Fusion (Mondeo). Having said that I think it works nicely with the styling which appears derivative of the recent B Max and Kuga. It looks far more like a production reality than a concept - I just hope they loose that Volvo-esque floating center console! I hope, like Gibbut, that the method of photography is responsible for the tight front floor area!
Wow. The mk1 was a huge sales hit, and rightly so. I believe sales are down on the current version due to higher prices, and I can't see this being aimed at the bargain segment either. If the production version is close to this (get rid of the huge wheels and silly tail pipes at least I presume) they should be onto a winner (depending on prices again). Only issue I can see is the lip to get in the boot seems to have risen...
Not sure about this one. Don't like the silly rear side windows but at least they have got rid of the horrid "bread van" rear end of the current model. Will see what they have done with the Galaxy which always has been a superb vehicle.
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