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Ford FPV Q&As

Check out real-world situations relating to the Ford FPV here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • FPV ute with best appreciation rate?

    It’s really hard to say, particularly because the “end of the day” is a very long way off. Any appreciation you might see will be many years away. Both could well appreciate eventually if you’re prepared to wait long enough, but the 2012 Pursuit might be the better choice simply because of its lower build number and supercharged engine.

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  • FPV collectability

    The GT and its derivatives should be the ones with the most appeal to collectors in the future. The GT badge is one of the most iconic of all in Australia, so that should be a no-brainer. Look for a one-owner car, make sure it's a numbers-matching example, and go for the classic colours, with stripes where they were optional. I don't think the interior trim material will make much difference. As for the odometer, go for the lowest possible.

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  • 2008 FG GT gas conversion kit

    The Australian LPG Warehouse has developed a JTG liquid-injection kit for your car.

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  • Which is best sports?

    BOTH have awesome performance, but I would put the Typhoon slightly ahead in that area. The Clubsport is smoother and a little more refined on the road. In terms of fuel consumption, really if you're planning to buy a performance car such as either of these, fuel consumption shouldn't be a consideration. But under normal driving I would expect both to return 15-16 litres/100km. Neither is particularly good in that area. In reliability terms, the Typhoon has had problems with the clutch and there's a question mark over the rear axle, so the Clubsport is probably the better there. Both are exhilarating to drive, the Typhoon perhaps slightly better.

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