FORD TERRITORY USER REVIEWS
The 2011 Ford Territory Titanium is a great seven seat vehicle but fails in comfort and technology. The Territory is a great looking car and has got amazing technology. During our drive of our Territory it has had some problems, such as the power windows not working, windscreen wipers failing and problems with multimedia. But we still liked it very much as it was safe and reliable on the road. The Territory definitely chews the petrol but has a lot of power when taking off. I would recommend to buy a Territory Titanium Diesel as it is a lot more fuel efficient. The Territory is great for a family and is handy to have those extra seats if a friend/relative wants to come.
Having had a turbo diesel TS RWD Territory for 3 months, I find it a great improvement on the petrol RWD Ghia I traded on it. I am currently averaging 7 litres per 100 kms on a trip and 8.5 lts combined. The bonus is the five year warranty and fixed price servicing. The only complaint I have is the choice of material for the upholstery. It always looks dirty and is hard to clean without using a sticky roller brush. The turbo diesel is a gutsy motor. It has a slight turbo lag but once you're used to it makes little difference to the overall performance. I originally bought a Territory as a tow vehicle for a caravan. It does this without issue.. I highly recommend anybody who wants to tow up to 2300kg to look at one.
Our new diesel Territory is kitted out well, with a DVD player to keep the kids amused. Very economical with low 8's/high 7s on the highway per 100km. Plenty of get-up-and-go, lots of room for the kids and their gear, and no problems yet. (Can someone tell that loser Fred elphick to stop raving about volkswagens, this is meant to be a provision for people to write about their own experiences with cars.)