Feature: 2020 Ford Territory review

Hi guys, this is Drei Laurel for Top Gear Philippines And today we have with us the Ford Territory. Now, before we go any further, I just want to point out that we’ve only had this unit for about a little over a day. So this video, isn’t a formal review. It’s more of giving you guys impressions of the car The feel of the car, the design, the features.

So, let’s get right into it. Now, I just want to get one thing out of the way and it’s that this car is made in China but to be honest, you can hardly tell. The exterior looks great. It fits in perfectly with the rest of Ford’s lineup. And the interior is really nice. While there are some hard plastics like this fake wood trim, we have here. It’s all nicely done. And there’s also a good amount of soft-touch materials on the doors and on the center console.

There’s some piano black plastics here that look like they will scratch easily, but that applies to pretty much any other car in the market too so there’s really nothing to complain about there. In terms of size, the Ford Territory fits five people. And it slots right above the Ford EcoSport and under Ford’s midsize SUV, the Everest. It fits in nicely if you ask me and the size is perfect. It’s easy to park it’s easy to maneuver and the visibility inside is great you can see everything. And speaking of visibility, I want to go into the features of this car.

One of the best features is a 360-degree camera that helps you out when you’re parking, You can see everything from the side mirrors speaking of which, the side mirrors are huge. And while you can see everything there, having the 360-degree camera really helps out. Once you step inside, if you are the driver, the first thing you’ll notice is that the instrument panel is all digital. And that there’s a large touchscreen interface here with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability. Now this infotainment system is not Ford Sync and it’s not as intuitive as what you’d find on like the EcoSport and the Everest, but it does its job perfectly fine.

I mean, it’s going to take a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of this interface, you’re not going to have any problems. Another thing I like about the interior is that the sunroof is massive. It extends all the way from the front seats to right behind the rear passenger bench. So far from my brief time with Ford EcoSport, I think that Ford has found a nice spot for this compact crossover in its lineup. Again, it sits right above the EcoSport in terms of size, and it offers more space and more features. than the subcompact crossover. Personally, I think that if people can get over the fact that it’s made in China they’re going to see that this is actually a pretty good car. This has been Drei Laurel for Top Gear Philippines signing out.

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