Crossover Ford Territory was presented at the motor show in Perth in 2003, but sales started in 2004 in Australia. Despite the resemblance and similar concept with Ford Freestyle, these cars are quite different in structure. Ford Territory is based on rear-wheel drive LS1 platform.
Ford Territory was built on platform of Ford EA169 and designed for sales in Australian continents, as well as South-East Asia. Ford represents Sports Utility Wagon as seven-seat car, suitable for driving on any roads. Ford Territory comes in four component options (TX, SR, TS and Ghia) available as rear and four-wheel drive versions. The car is equipped with an Intelligent Safety System, dual airbags, air conditioning, separate climate control, CD player, on-board computer, parking sensors and video camera. Ford Territory has Acutrac management system, which is a dynamic monitoring of car on the road. As an additional option can be Hill Descent Control, which adjusts the machine specifications optimized for overcoming the hilly terrain. Both of them take places at the rear of the car. In the cabin there are about 30 different spaces for all sorts of things, among them, there is a box with lock under the seat where you can put your laptop and other valuable items. The basic version of Ford Territory equips with tires Goodyear Fortera 235/60 R17.
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