2017 Ford Falcon
One of the most favorite vehicles in Australia is Falcon. However, there were some rumors telling about cut of production and possible replacements. According to last rumor twist, this full-size sedan will get another run, as 2017 Ford Falcon, with new look. Same rumors are comparing this model to legendary Mustang, so it could happen that new Falcon comes more sporty and aggressive. Interior will be stylish and it will be both functional and stylish. These are great news for fans of the vehicle that existed for 50 years.
2017 Ford Falcon redesign
According to leaked information, platform for 2017 Ford Falcon is going to be shared with Mustang and that’s where from rumors about similarities are coming. Its dimensions are 212 inches of length, 74.4 inches wide and height of 59 inches. Front is revisited, with new trapezoidal chrome honeycomb grille. Bumpers are also revisited and offered in few colors, and also smaller than before. LED technology is used for lights, which are made more stylish with chrome details. Fog lights come in other box. On the back, lamps are larger. Inside, car is ready to take up to 5 passengers. Premium leather is used for upholstery. Infotainment system is controlled from touch-screen display and it features MyFord pack. That system includes USB and Bluetooth connectivity, with high-quality audio system and voice commands.
2017 Ford Falcon powertrain
If there are huge changes to be talked about, they surely are about engines. For new 2017 Ford Falcon 4.0-litre six-cylinder is prepared, which can make over 270 hp. High outputs are another thing similar to Mustang. Other specs include 300 lb-ft of torque, sprint to 60 mph in 5 seconds and estimated mileage of around 23 mpg combined. Transmission mated to base unit is 6-speed auto, while manual remains the option for users that want it. Top speed is 140 mph, which makes 2017 Falcon one of the best performers in the segment, but also one of the least economical cars.
2017 Ford Falcon price
Base price of the 2017 Ford Falcon will start from 35,000 Australian dollars. Higher trims and variants, such as FG X are priced more. Its appearance is expected during 2016, while other variants are following the base car.