2016 FORD FALCON XR SPRINT Review And Price


Car like 2016 Ford Falcon XR Sprint aren’t released every day, In fact, in this case, the2016 Ford Falcon XR Sprint gather all Ford Australia know the first and last time. Thanks to a heavy clutch, notchy shift gate and the fact that it will not allow you to dial more than 3500rpm with the clutch in, we could not get XR8 manual to accelerate so quickly. In short, technology is essential to launch the manual eight effective and there is no doubt more time to finesse the right amount of clutch slip off the line would provide better results.



In the Ford Falcon XR sprint the new system upgraded force-fed six and eight-cylinder engines – which supplies up to 370kW and 400 kW for over boost, with both engines packing up to 650nm of torque – and revised chassis yields slightly quicker 0-100 km / h acceleration, with more power and more grip for times less than the best for standard 270kW XR6 Turbo, which was good for as low as 4.5 seconds.


Fuel consumption increases for both models, with the combined average of the XR6 sprints. Geelong-made 4.0-litre inline turbo-six, which delivers up to 370KW/650NM in over boost rising 0.2 L/100KM to 12.8, while CO2 emissions are now 303g/km.


The final ever Ford Falcon XR models will not only be the most powerful, but also, from a performance point of view, be the best equipped.

Ford Australia has just launched a new mini-site for XR Sprint range, describes performance equipment and specifications will be released with the car.

The car brake rotors are both cross drilled and slotted for extra performance. The tires are teaming with giant Brembo brakes measuring 355mm front with six-piston calipers, while the rear comes in at 330mm with four-piston calipers. Ford also recently confirmed that Sprint will benefit from carbon fiber technology in the form of a purpose-built air intake in order to further improve the performance of both models.


Its price is $98,490