Here is all you need to know if you are in the market for Ford’s late-80s hot hatch sequel – the Escort RS Turbo S2 buying guide.
Mk2 Focus STs are arguably the Ford performance bargain of the moment – a proper modern Ford with easy potential for around 300bhp. Here’s what to look for.
Cossies have a, somewhat unfair, reputation for horror stories. Here’s how to give yourself a chance of bagging a goodie.
The last of the ‘sporty’ Escorts is currently a real bargain, so here’s what to look for.
Get on the first rung of the Cossie-ownership ladder with a 2wd Saph. Here’s what to look for.
Fit for a pop princess, the StreetKa provides enjoyable and affordable open-top driving. Get yourself a bargain ready for summer.
For a true taste of American muscle, how does a two-ton, 380 bhp, supercharged pick-up sound?
Swapping the T34 turbo for a T25 helped continue the Escort Cossie’s sales success, proving that good things do come in small packages.
After a two-year absence the RS badge returned with the RS1600i, and what a car to come back with.
Not the hottest of hatches at launch, but now 20 years later the XR2i is a bargain B-road blaster.
Hitting the streets back in the ’90s, the 2wd RS2K is now fast becoming a blinding motor at a bargain price.
The facelifted cabrio was a hit from the off with car buyers loving its blend of sporty styling, eager performance and excellent reliability.
Bursting onto the scene in the ’80s, the XR3, and later ’3i, made history as the first fwd sporty ’scort and saw the birth of the XR legend.
Unlike some sequels out there, the Mk2 Fiesta XR2 was every bit as good as the original fast Fiesta.