• Gabriel Posted: 6/6/2008 3:35pm PDT

    Good comment Henry, its not like this is the final product.

  • Henry Posted: 6/4/2008 6:46pm PDT

    The car has camoflague on it, so no, this isn't the grill. It's purposefully covering the grill so that we can't see it, and remember this is only a refreshining, not a revamp.

  • Ed Posted: 6/3/2008 1:11pm PDT

    I don't think Allan ever cared, he may be gone himself soon.
    As for Fields, his pic should be next to the Dictionary Def of "SNAKE OIL SALESMAN".
    What a clueless clown.

  • xjug1987 Posted: 6/2/2008 2:52pm PDT

    Not bad. When is Mark Fields going to be replaced. He is over his head, and everyone knows it. Long overdue! Allan, now is the time....

  • tito Posted: 5/31/2008 8:27pm PDT

    This is completely untrue, it´s so funny that they really take serious these as the next fusion you can see that it´s just a really ugly front bumper, guess aftermarket or something. Just look at the headlights they are exactly the same as the current Fusion, and I know from good source that those are gonna change.

  • andrew Posted: 5/31/2008 8:02pm PDT

    If the design looks like it was in an accident then it is a flop. Why is the top grill bent like that? It looks like a bent step on a ladder. When it comes to its recent styling efforts ford looks like it has lost its direction.

  • Ed Posted: 5/31/2008 9:14am PDT

    OK, if it was a diguised mule, I take this back, but, again, it is boring as hell, the corporate non-functional horiz strips. Geez. How many billions did they spend on their designers to cope up with that?

  • Ed Posted: 5/31/2008 9:12am PDT

    Are they serious?????
    The fgrille looks like it has been in an accident.
    It looks even worse than the so-called "freshened" Focus that 25,000 buy every month, despite its shaving machine grill and outdated design, not being able to afford Explorers and Exzpeditions and F150s any more.. (While in Europe they have already been getting the far better 2nd Gen Focus..)