Ford has been one of the most sold vehicles in Canada since they first began production in 1904 and now over 100 years later it continues to dominate the Canadian auto market. Ford Motors Canada is based in Oakville, Ontario where it manufactures the new Ford Edge and Ford Flex crossover along with the Lincoln MKX which shares the same platform with the Ford Edge and the Lincoln MKT, while the Windsor, Ontario plant manufactures the engines for the Ford Mustang and Ford F-150 trucks.
Some of the most popular Ford SUV's include the Ford Explorer and Ford Escape. The 2011 Ford Explorer has revolutionized the original Explorer design and following the crossover SUV segment with an original style, while the Ford Escape which is now available is a hybrid in Canada offers a good alternative for a compact SUV with good fuel efficiency. Following the trend into hybrid driving is the Ford Fusion which offers up to 1200km on a single tank of gas proving to be one of Ford's most fuel efficient vehicles. With the full sized Ford Taurus leading the pack of Ford sedans which also include the Ford Focus, Ford Fiesta sedan and sporty Fiesta hatchback.
The two vehicles Ford will always be remembered by is the Ford Mustang and Ford F150 pickup truck, they are both among the most sold Ford vehicles in Canada, which includes the 2011 Mustang Shelby GT 500 powered by a V8 5.4L engine with an impressive 540 horsepower and 510 lb·ft of torque. The 2012 Ford Mustang Boss is rumored to come with a new revamped engine and impressive performance.