This is the comparison between the 2010 Ford Territory and the 2011 Ford Territory. The SZ series Territory is the latest update model to SY series which is still largely the same as the original series.

We are comparing the two model are since many would like to know what the differences are between the new and older model. The best thing about the Territory is that it is a value for money model with much more cred than the Holden equivalent. Even the older Territory drove better then the competition including the Captiva and Kluger and its also more comfortable and is a unique model. We expect the new one to be even better. Until then here is the key specification comparison.

The latest Ford Territory has a different front end with smaller lights and updated interior. We noticed that every manufacturer is doing smaller headlights these days. At first glance it looks like someone’s pinched the ones from the Accord Euro. Unfortunately none of them can be called classic or memorable including this design. Specification and review comparison below.

The new Ford Territory’s exterior design is still nice, although the front and rear light design will need more time to get used to, the rest of the car is basically identical and still looks good.

The interior design looks nicer with clear elements of other popular SUV which is very conservative but at least inoffensive. The interior can also seat up to 7 people which handy. The inclusion of the integrated in-car entertainment system linked to the air-con system bring it in line with the latest European cars. Hope its reliable…

The biggest change to the 2012 Ford Territory is updated mechanical package which includes a diesel engine. The diesel engine is typically modern and borrowed from Land Rover. We expect big things from this engine in the future since there are very few with this sort of engine in the SUV class.  That’s it for now – until we get to drive the new one.

1Ford territory SZ series (Prior to 2011) Ford Territory SY series (After March 2011)

Barra 190 – JGAT5R
I6 cylinder Petrol 4 Litre (3984cc)
Claimed 190Kw @ 5250RPM
Claimed 383Nm @ 2500RPM

Barra 245T
I6 cylinder Petrol TURBO
DOHC EFI Intercooler
4 Litre (3984cc)
Claimed 245Kw @ 5250RPM
Claimed 480Nm @ 2000RPM 

Barra 195 
I6 cylinder Petrol 4 Litre (3984cc)
Claimed 195Kw @ 6000RPM
Claimed 391Nm @ 3250PM

V6 Turbo Diesel
Common-rail Turbo intercooler
2.7 Litre (2700cc)
Claimed 140Kw @ 4000RPM
Claimed 440Nm @ 1900RPM

Kerb weight 1967-2127Kg
Towing capacity up to 2300Kg

Kerb weight FROM 1967Kg
Towing capacity up to 2700Kg

Fuel capacity & consumption  

75 litres
I6 Petrol 12.9(A) litres per 100km (AWD)
I6 Petrol 11.6(A) litres per 100km (2WD)
I6 Petrol TURBO 14.2(A) litres per 100km

75 litres (95 Octane)
I6 Petrol 10.6 (A) litres per 100km (AWD)
V6 Turbo Diesel 8.2 litres per 100km

Other specifications  

6 speed Auto or 5 speed Auto
Overall height/width 1715/1898
Overall length/wheelbase 4856/2842
Drive system: AWD or 2WD (rear)
Tyre size: 235-60-17
NCAP safety rating 5/5

6 speed Auto
Overall height/width 1716/1898
Overall length/wheelbase 4883/2842
Drive system: AWD or 2WD (rear)
Tyre size: 235-60-17 235-55-18
NCAP safety rating 5/5


Angle of: (degrees)
Approach 23 Departure 19.8
Minimum ground clearance 179mm

Angle of: (degrees)
Approach xx Departure xx
Minimum ground clearance xxx mm


2010 $39,890 – 57,890 AUD
2010 $34,990 RWD TX special Ltd time.
*Always check with the dealer 
for up to date pricing, on road costs 
and specials accessories etc…

2012 $39,990 – 66,820 AUD