Take a Look at the 2019 Ford Inventory Being Rolled Out at Zeck Ford
The 2019 Ford inventory awaits you at Zeck Ford in Leavenworth! The lineup for 2019 from Ford is the strongest ever, and you’re sure to find the vehicle of your dreams at our Kansas Ford dealership. Let’s take a look at the 2019 Ford models available now.
See The New 2019 Ford Models Below
2019 Ford Fiesta
The 2019 Ford Fiesta is a great model for people looking for a high-quality car while maintaining a strict budget. It comes as a subcompact sedan or hatchback.
This vehicle is virtually unchanged from its 2018 model year counterpart. The Fiesta has great handling and outstanding gas mileage. It has a 120-horsepower four-cylinder engine and comes in four different versions: the Titanium, S, SE, and ST.
2019 Ford Fusion
The Ford Fusion is definitely entering its remaining few iterations and Ford is making sure that its last models will be remembered fondly. This mid-size sedan comes with quite a few impressive features ushering it into the age of smart cars that assist the driver with computer assistance. It has a rear backup camera with blind spot information systems and is debuting what Ford is calling Co-Pilot360. The car comes with automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. This means that the car can intelligently engage the vehicle’s brakes to avoid slower vehicles ahead or even people. The car also assists the driver with the ability to stay inside of its lane automatically. The car comes with a 1.5-liter, 325-horsepower engine with six cylinders. All in all, this is an impressive addition to Ford’s lineup.
2019 Ford Mustang
No matter what year or iteration, Mustangs are always impressive. The 2019 production year is no exception. The turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder engine generates 300 horsepower while the eight-cylinder GT version produces 460 horsepower. Finally, the limited edition Shelby GT350 pushes out a monstrous 526 horsepower. This model also comes with a powerful stock stereo system with 12 speakers and pushes 1,000 watts!
2019 Ford Taurus
Like the Ford Fiesta and Ford Fusion, the Ford Taurus is a sedan that is likely entering its final few years. However, since this may be the case, buyers may be able to snag this vehicle at a great price. This iteration is virtually indistinguishable from the 2018 production year, other than a new color Ford is calling Agate Black. This model is certainly not lacking in power, as it comes with a 3.5-liter six-cylinder engine that pushes 288 horsepower and generates 254 pounds per foot of thrust.
The Taurus has an even higher performing version. This higher performance version is called the Taurus SHO and it boasts 365 horsepower and 350 pounds per foot of thrust. This car has been said to have a firm suspension that gives a smooth ride so you will be comfortable no matter where you are driving.
2019 Ford Escape
The 2019 production year of the Ford Escape has four versions with three different engines – the S, SE, SEL, and the Titanium. The first engine is a four-cylinder, 1.5-liter, 179 horsepower engine. The mid-tier engine is a four-cylinder, two-liter engine that produces 245 horsepower. Finally, you can get a 2.5-liter 168 horsepower engine that only comes with front-wheel drive.
The 2019 Escape is said to have responsive steering with crisp handling. However, it has a firm ride that is a consequence of sporty handling.
The 1.5-liter gets a combined 26 miles per gallon and the 2.0-liter engine gets 25 miles per gallon, while the 2.5-liter gets 24 miles per gallon. All four versions come standard with front-wheel drive and all versions are available with all-wheel drive except for the S.
2019 Ford Edge
The Edge is one of Ford’s most popular models and there is no wondering why. It is a versatile SUV that comes with plenty of storage space to cater to any need you may have. The 2019 production year is better than ever before and has received a sleek new face-lift. Like the Fusion, this model comes with Co-Pilot360, automatic emergency braking, and lane keep assist. The Edge has a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine that pushes 250 horsepower and can tow up to 3,500 pounds. This is a very solid SUV.
2019 Ford Flex
The Ford Flex comes in three different trims – the SE, SEL, and Limited. The Flex has a love-it or leave-it boxy shape that certainly stands out. It has a twin-turbo six-cylinder engine that produces 287 horsepower. If you want a little more bang for your buck, you can upgrade to a 365-horsepower engine. This is probably Ford’s most comfortable offering whether you are talking about ride wise or body comfort. Its smooth ride comes from its low center of gravity and the interior with ergonomically-minded seating. The Ford Flex won’t leave you wanting for anything.
2019 Ford Explorer
The Ford Explorer is, to many, the quintessential Sport Utility Vehicle. The 2019 Explorer production year is available in five levels of trim – the base, XLT, Limited, Sport, and Platinum. Most Explorers roll off the production line with a 3.5-liter, six-cylinder engine with 290 horsepower. You can get a thrilling turbo-four engine on most trims and even a twin turbo six-cylinder engine with 365 horsepower on the Explorer Sport and Platinum, which prove to be a riot that grant you a genuine crossover experience. Front-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is available on most versions.
2019 Ford F-150
The 2019 production year comes in a large variety of trims. Six, in fact – the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. A diesel engine is available on the Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum models. The color scheme has been changed to what Ford is calling Camel Back Two Tone. FordPass Connect is now standard for the XLT, as opposed to the CD player, which has been removed. New exterior colors include Abyss Gray, Agate Black, and Silver Spruce. The engine is a twin-turbo six-cylinder that has 375 horsepower and 470 pounds per foot of torque. The F-150 can tow up to 13,200 pounds. If the Explorer is the quintessential SUV, then the F-150 is simply iconic.
2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
The Fusion Hybrid is a compelling hybrid gas and electric car. The 2019 production year of the Fusion Hybrid brings forth a few new changes and features. It has been visually tweaked somewhat and offers new and improved safety technology. Ford has cut back the lineup and reduced the number of different trims. The trims are as follows: the SE, SEL, and Titanium. It’s purported to have a 25-mile electric-only range, which is good.
Base Fusions come with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, while the Turbo comes in 1.5- and 2.0-liter options. The Fusion also has an optional 325 horsepower turbocharged six-cylinder engine. The base models are all front-wheel drive while the higher power models are all-wheel drive.
The Fusion Hybrid has been reported to get 40 miles per gallon regardless of how you drive it, so it is a highly compelling proposition when it comes to savings and fuel economy. The Fusion Hybrid is definitely one of Ford’s most compelling offerings that will leave you both satisfied with the ride and satisfied in your savings over the long run.
2019 Ford Fusion Energi
The Fusion Energi comes in a variety of trims that include the S, SE, SEL, Hybrid SEL, Titanium, and Hybrid Titanium. The Fusion Energi is the sports version of the Fusion Hybrid and boasts 25 miles per gallon while running on all electric. Running combined, the car gets an impressive 97 miles per gallon.
The car comes with a wide variety of different options for the engine. The least powerful option consists of a four-cylinder 1.5-liter engine with 181 horsepower and 185 pounds per foot of torque. The most powerful offering is a 2.7-liter twin turbo V6 with 325 horsepower and 380 pounds per foot of torque.
This car also comes with Co-Pilot360 with adaptive cruise control and voice-activated navigation. The interior fits four people comfortably and will fit five if necessary. The Fusion Energi has heated seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.