The Ford Falcon was Australia's longest continuously running nameplate up to the cessation of local production in October 2016 - 56 years after it debuted as a US-based model.
Ford's large car started to become more Australianised from the 1970s and it would eventually compete against the Holden Commodore in a famously fierce local rivalry.
There were luxury models such as the Fairlane and LTD, ute spin-offs, and sportier models such as the XR6 Turbo and V8-powered XR8 of more recent times.
Roomy and comfortable interiors
Wide range of models
Excellent, torquey six-cylinder engines
Engineered specifically for Australian roads
Thirsty LPG engines
No longer in production
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.