Ford - Blog

Ford car models often top the lists of the best selling cars in the UK. Discover their irresistible features and find the perfect Ford for you...
Music lover or gadget geek - we can all benefit from a good car infotainment system. Let's look at some of the best in-car tech to keep you connected, entertained and on track while on the road.
Motor Range has great used vans at great prices. We pit two of the best against each other - the Ford Transit Custom and the Vauxhall Vivaro. Which will you choose?
It's such a familiar sight on our streets. We discover why the Ford Fiesta is a big hit with drivers all over the UK.
Buying a car is a big decision. At Motor Range we aim to make it as easy and comfortable as possible. Here’s our tips for which car finance option to choose
Don't let kids cramp your style. Be a Yummy Mummy or a Dishy Daddy with on of our stylish family cars.
Busy, busy, busy! A Racy Runabout has no time to wait for a bus. Pick out one of our favourite compact cars to help you get from A to B quickly, easily and cheaply.
Conceived as a lifestyle-oriented small city car, the Ford KA was first introduced in 1996 as a two-door model based on the then current Ford Fiesta MK IV with a completely new design language called New Edge. The car proved to be a huge success and a bestseller in its class in the UK for years, mostly due to its charming and practical design, high quality and competitive price. 
Here at Motor Range, we have large stocks and a high turnover of vans of various sizes. But we know through experience that lots of our customers are new to buying a van.

As the swinging sixties swept across America, Ford vice president and general manager, Lee Iacocca, hatched a plan to create a car for the people. A playful, luxurious, four-seater, that was both affordable and desirable. A car that represented the times and was different from all the rest. A car that reflected the newly acquired affluence of American society, but that was big enough to accommodate the burgeoning families of the original baby boomers. 

Times were changing and Iacocca wanted Ford to lead the way in providing luxurious, mass production cars that could be affordable and flexible. It was his aim that the Mustang would be tailored to each customer’s needs, being as fancy or functional as required.