Woodstock Ford is proud to have the 2020 Ford Mustang in our Ford lineup. When you’re in search of the perfect 2020 Ford Mustang for sale in Ontario, make us your first stop. There’s a lot to love about this vehicle and we can’t wait for you to come by and take one for a test drive to find out for yourself. Keep reading to find out more about this incredible vehicle.
A Plethora of Options
Choice is King and the Mustang proves itself royalty with 11 model options to choose from, 3 of which are Shelbys. Those 11 model options don’t even include the Mustang Mach-E, your electric option that’s ushering in a new breed of Mustang for the future. Whatever model option you choose, you can be confident knowing that performance is in its DNA. Whether that means you’re sticking with the base model EcoBoost Fastback or taking a look at one of the Shelbys.
In Control at all Times
You’re always in control when you’re behind the wheel of a Mustang as even the standard base suspension is primed for responsive handling and steady ride quality. The MagneRide Damping System is available to provide you with a smooth, balanced ride that will keep you feeling secure and comfortable when pushing the Mustang to its limits. You can even control the driving dynamics with available selectable drive modes like Normal, Snow/Wet, Sport, Track, or Drag Strip.
Engines Built to Perform
There are 5 engine options to choose from that are dependent on the model you’ve chosen. It starts with the 2.3 L EcoBoost Ti-VCT with 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque which can also have the High-Performance package added for 330 horsepower. There there is the 5.0 L Ti-VCT with 460 horsepower, 420 lb-ft of torque, and Port Fuel Direct Injection. For the BULLITT model, there’s the same 5.0 L Ti-VCT V8 with an added 97mm air intake for 480 horsepower. The Shelby GT350 has the 5.2 L NA Ti-VCT V8 with Flat-Plane Crankshaft boasting 526 horsepower and 429 lb-ft of torque while the Shelby GT500 has the powerful 5.2 L Supercharged Cross-Plank Crank V8 offering 760 horsepower and 625 lb-ft of torque. The 5.2 L Supercharged V8 is the most powerful street-legal Mustang engine to date.
A Top Performer
We’ve briefly mentioned the Shelby GT500 but let’s take it a little further. If you’re in search of a street-legal performance vehicle, you need to check this Mustang out. The outside is aerodynamic and sporty with a rear spoiler and the largest-ever hood vent on a Mustang for an aggressive stance. It rests on 20-inch flow-formed high-gloss black aluminum wheels and new Michelin tires that had to be specially developed for the GT500. Inside, experience race-inspired premium materials and a purpose-built cockpit with available RECARO racing seats as well as a class-exclusive 12-inch full-colour LCD instrument cluster. The Shelby GT500 has it all; find yours today!
Woodstock Ford is back with another 2020 Ford Explorer review, this time pitting it against the 2020 Kia Telluride, a relative newcomer on the SUV scene. The Ford Explorer could be considered a veteran of the SUV market and is still able to hold its own when up against the competition.
The 2020 Ford Explorer
For 2020, the Ford Explorer has managed to pull off a complete redesign while also combining all of the best elements of each Explorer that came before it into one modern package. It has returned to the rear-wheel drive layout while still managing to maintain the unibody construction and familiar styling cues of the past. What does this mean for you? Better handling and balance, for one thing, as well as towing stability and powertrain selection. You’re able to select a smooth and sturdy 10-speed automatic to go with the standard 2.3 L EcoBoost engine, for example. You’ll also notice that the interior has more room, more cargo space, and more tech and driver assistance features than previous editions. It also comes with new Hybrid and high-performance ST versions. To sum it up neatly, the 2020 Ford Explorer rides, handles, and accommodates passengers far better than any Ford Explorer that came before it.
The relevant stats for the Explorer models are as follows:
|Trim||MSRP||Fuel Efficiency (L / 100 km)|
|XLT||$45,199||11.6 city, 8.7 hwy|
|Limited||$52,199||11.6 city, 8.7 hwy|
|ST||$59,099||13.3 city, 9.8 hwy|
|Platinum||$64,599||13.3 city, 9.8 hwy|
The 2020 Kia Telluride
Admittedly, the 2020 Kia Telluride has a starting price just a touch lower than the Explorer, but we won’t dwell on that fact. This is an 8-seat SUV that is loaded with advanced technology and geared more towards the family vehicle segment. Under the hood lies a 3.8 L V6 with 291 horsepower and a towing capacity of up to 2,268 kg. It is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission to deliver the power and handling you need to navigate everyday life. Activate Drive/Terrain Mode to easily take on mud, snow, rain, or any other road condition you may encounter with confidence thanks to integrated All-Wheel Drive. There are 4 different drive modes to ensure you’re always in control that include Smart, Eco, Sport, and Comfort. Enjoy the convenience of the Telluride’s available Heads-Up Display to put relevant driving data onto your windshield such as speed, navigation, and incoming phone calls. This allows you to stay focused on the road and still get the information you need.
Here are the models and basic information for the Telluride:
|Trim||MSRP||Fuel Efficiency (L / 100 km)|
|EX||$44,995||12.5 city / 9.6 highway|
|SX||$49,995||12.5 city / 9.6 highway|
|SX Limited||$52,995||12.5 city / 9.6 highway|
|SX Limited with Nappa||$53,995||12.5 city / 9.6 highway|
The Ford Ranger mid-size pickup made a welcome return to Canadian dealerships in 2019, after being sorely missed since its previous retirement in 2011. And even while the all-new 2019 model was a hit with customers, Ford found several areas in which to improve the truck for the new model year. What can you expect from the latest Ford Ranger for sale in 2020?
Choice of Cab Sizes
The variety of cab sizes available on pickups can sometimes seem overwhelming, but for 2020 Ford have slimmed the Ranger options down to just two. The two-door SuperCab includes two jump seats in the second row, while the higher SuperCrew option provides full four-door access to the cabin and a rear bench seating up to three.
Ranger Powertrain, Performance, and Fuel Economy
All models in the 2020 Ranger lineup are built around the same powertrain configuration. Fully 270 horsepower and 310lb-ft of torque are provided by the 2.3L turbo I-4 engine, with an electronic ten-speed automatic transmission delivering the power to all-wheel drive.
While this pickup won’t be challenging the true beasts at the high end of the power spectrum, such as Ford’s own F-250, it’s a highly capable configuration for almost any kind of mid-size truck duty.
And what’s more, the performance doesn’t come at the expense of fuel economy. Official figures show the Ranger using 9.8L per 100km on the highway, and 11.8L / 100km for city driving.
If you want to make the most of the Ranger’s performance under off-road conditions, Ford’s optional FX4 package adds features including all-terrain tires, enhanced shock absorbers, locking rear differential, and more.
Payload and Towing
For more conventional truck work, the Ranger offers an attractive set of capability figures. The pickup bed can handle payloads of up to 750kg, while the possible trailer weight reaches an impressive 3,409kg.
Again, there are larger trucks offering higher capability figures, but in this segment of the market the Ranger is an excellent performer.
With the Ranger, you can add as much or as little advanced tech as you want. At the lower end, the XL offers a functional approach with few frills. Moving up the trims adds extra options, including an 8″ infotainment touchscreen, a satellite navigation system, and a convenient Wi-Fi hotspot facility.
Even with the entry level trim, the safety features are a strong point of the Ranger, with standard highlights including:
* Forward collision detection and emergency braking.
* Pedestrian detection.
* Lane departure warnings and keeping assist.
* Automatic traction control and electronic stability control.
However, if you need more active driver assist features, options can be added including adaptive cruise control, rear cross traffic alerts, blind spot monitoring, and more.
Test Drive the 2020 Ford Ranger for Sale in Woodstock
See for yourself how the 2020 Ford Ranger combines power, capability and advanced features with a test drive from our Woodstock showroom. If you’re looking for a mid-size pickup that won’t let you down on the worksite or the highway, the Ranger makes an excellent choice.
Ford have a longstanding reputation for combining comfort with performance at an affordable price. Their Escape is a mid-size SUV which heads their best seller list across all formats except trucks, and the model has been updated and refreshed for the new model year.
Will it maintain its place at the head of the SUV pack? Read our 2020 Ford Escape review to find out.
Specs, Engine, and Performance
For 2020. the Ford Escape is available with three powertrain configurations. As standard, a 1.5L EcoBoost engine produces a respectable 181 horsepower and a slightly underwhelming 190lb-ft of torque. With this setup, the Escape is firmly in family car territory, providing the Utility part of the SUV designation rather than the Sport.
Moving up a level, there’s a much more satisfying 2.0L turbo option which pushes out 250hp and a much more impressive 280lb-ft of torque.
Both engines are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, feeding either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. According to Ford, updates to the powertrain for 2020 have added a 10% acceleration boost compared to previous model years.
Finally, in the powertrain selection, there’s the option of a 2.5L hybrid model available with the Titanium trim, with the prospect of a full all-electric plugin model in the future.
Taking the standard EcoBoost engine married to all-wheel drive, the Escape performs well in fuel consumption terms. Estimated figures for city driving are 10.2L / 100km, while on the highway you can expect an impressive 7.6L / 100km, much better than many other vehicles in this size class.
Previous models of the Escape were starting to show their age a little, but for 2020 Ford have upped their tech game considerably. The first thing you’ll notice about the interior is the bright, clear, 12.3″ digital instrument cluster which can be customized to your own tastes.
The data display will also change dynamically to prioritize information based on the transmission drive mode, showing you exactly what you need to know on the road.
This high-quality display is backed up by an 8″ LCD colour touchscreen dedicated to infotainment features and built around Ford’s widely respected Sync3 software and user interface. Smartphone connectivity is provided by Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, with SiriusXM satellite radio available through an optional subscription.
Seating and Cargo
As a mid-size SUV, the Escape seats up to five passengers with plenty of space and comfort. Roominess is helped by the 2020 bodywork redesign, which is now a little lower, wider, and longer than previous models.
The redesign has also improved cargo carrying capabilities, with up to 1,850L of space available with the rear seats folded down.
Ford Escape Pricing in Canada
With the Ford Escape you get a lot of SUV for not very much money. The entry level S trim has an affordable starting price of $28,549 and comes with the 1.5L engine and front-wheel drive.
The SEL trim offers the more powerful engine and all-wheel drive, and is available starting at $33,549. And if you want to trade up to the fuel-efficiency of the hybrid powertrain, the Titanium trim can be yours for $40,049.
Test Drive the 2020 Ford Escape in Woodstock
See for yourself how the 2020 Ford Escape combines comfort and advanced features at an affordable price. Book a test drive today or fill up the inquiry form below.