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Ford is the mass-market brand of Ford Motor Co., which also sells luxury vehicles in North America under the Lincoln name. As cars have fallen out of favor with many U.S. shoppers, SUVs are now the bulk of Ford's lineup, including the three-row Explorer that’s once again on a rear-wheel-drive-based platform. There’s also the full-size Expedition and a bunch of five-seat SUVs: the mid-size Edge, compact Escape and subcompact EcoSport.

The Ford F-Series pickup line, which includes the F-150 and Super Duty trucks, remains the best-selling vehicle in the U.S., and the Ford Ranger pickup returned for 2019 with mid-size dimensions. Another classic nameplate that’s back is the Ford Bronco, an off-road SUV meant to compete with the Jeep Wrangler.

Ford also makes performance cars, including the Mustang and GT supercar. There’s also the all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV.

Most fuel-efficient:

Escape PHEV

40 combined mpg

Maverick

37 combined mpg

Lowest price:

EcoSport

$20,395 starting MSRP

Maverick

$20,995 starting MSRP

Most fuel-efficient:

Escape PHEV

40 combined mpg

Maverick

37 combined mpg

Lowest price:

EcoSport

$20,395 starting MSRP

Maverick

$20,995 starting MSRP

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Cars

Ford Mustang

$27,470

starting MSRP

Ford Shelby GT500

$76,820

starting MSRP

SUVs

Ford Bronco

$31,300

starting MSRP

Ford Bronco Sport

$28,815

starting MSRP

Ford EcoSport

$22,040

starting MSRP

Trucks

Ford F-150

$34,085

starting MSRP

Ford F-150 Lightning

$39,974

starting MSRP

Ford F-250

$39,445

starting MSRP

Vans

Ford Transit-150

$41,955

starting MSRP

Ford Transit-250

$42,905

starting MSRP

Ford Transit-350

$44,155

starting MSRP

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