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2015 Ford Falcon XR8 [FG X]

2015 Ford Falcon [FG X] in Forza Horizon 3, Racing, 2016

Class: Cars, Sedan — Origin: AU

Playable Vehicle Playable vehicle

2015 Ford Falcon XR8 [FG X]

Picture provided by : J-2

2015 Ford Falcon XR8 [FG X]

Picture provided by : J-2

2015 Ford Falcon XR8 [FG X]

Picture provided by : J-2

Comments about this vehicle

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fontheking5 SE (0)

2016-07-19 18:26

Nice, V8 as well, cool :)

mm2mm1fan US (5)

2016-07-19 20:45

Cool!

speedfreak975 LB (492)

2016-07-19 20:48

Best game ever, this is definitely gonna overshadow GT sport. Doesn't mean it's better they are different. Just this is for a larger spectrum

Bumpercars45 AU (21)

2016-07-20 07:54

Holy shit, I cant wait to thrash a brand new falcon around the dunes

Lightwader SI (1)

2016-07-24 08:59

R.I.P. :cry:

Zordid DE (2)

2016-07-24 16:27

Why?

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-07-24 16:29

I'm guessing he was responding to Bumpercars' comment bout thrashing it on the dunes?

J-2 ES (1315)

2016-07-24 19:16

The Falcon will die after 2016, so maybe it's simply that.

Zordid DE (2)

2016-07-24 22:37

Just like how GM is killing off Holden next year... just because, like what they did with Pontiac

speedfreak975 LB (492)

2016-07-24 22:53

and yet buick is still alive...i mean opel USA is still alive

carcrasher88 US (20)

2016-07-24 23:40

Well, take a look at Buick brand sales in recent years, and you'll see how keeping them around has payed off for GM.

In 2009, post-bankruptcy Buick had it's lowest sales point in a long time, selling only 102,306 cars in the US.

The next year, sales were up over 50,000, or at least 50%, selling 155,389 Buicks in the US.

Since then, the sales increases haven't been as big as from 2009 to 2010, but they've been very consistent.

2010 to 2011? Up just over 22,300.

2011 to 2012? Up nearly 7,000, a rather slow but still improving year for the marque.

2012 to 2013? A bigger gain than 2011, up over 25,000 in 2013.

2013 to 2014? Up over 23,000.

2015 was a bit of a decrease for Buick, down from 228,963 in 2014 to 223,055. Down, but certainly still good sales number and up nearly 121,000 compared to 2009.

Through the first 6 months of 2016, they've sold 104,207, including 4,071 Cacsadas and 1,526 Envisions.

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-07-25 00:28

speedfreak975 wrote and yet buick is still alive...i mean opel USA is still alive

Opel USA? I have never seen an Opel once in the US. :??:

JFK CZ (369)

2016-07-25 00:44

Burn Rubber wrote
Opel USA? I have never seen an Opel once in the US. :??:

That was a pun to the fact Buick makes rebadged Opels.

sajmon14 PL (232)

2016-07-25 00:48

JFK wrote
That was a pun to the fact Buick makes rebadged Opels.


And there was even a car called Buick Opel (that was a rebadged Isuzu actually)

Burn Rubber US (346)

2016-07-25 01:02

I have never seen a Buick Opel. Don't even know what it looks like. (Googled it. Looks like a Ford Capri)

And that wasn't how I interpreted that, so my bad. :p

-- Last edit: 2016-07-25 01:03:33

GroupB US (634)

2016-07-25 01:41

carcrasher88 wrote Well, take a look at Buick brand sales in recent years, and you'll see how keeping them around has payed off for GM.

In 2009, post-bankruptcy Buick had it's lowest sales point in a long time, selling only 102,306 cars in the US.

The next year, sales were up over 50,000, or at least 50%, selling 155,389 Buicks in the US.

Since then, the sales increases haven't been as big as from 2009 to 2010, but they've been very consistent.

2010 to 2011? Up just over 22,300.

2011 to 2012? Up nearly 7,000, a rather slow but still improving year for the marque.

2012 to 2013? A bigger gain than 2011, up over 25,000 in 2013.

2013 to 2014? Up over 23,000.

2015 was a bit of a decrease for Buick, down from 228,963 in 2014 to 223,055. Down, but certainly still good sales number and up nearly 121,000 compared to 2009.

Through the first 6 months of 2016, they've sold 104,207, including 4,071 Cacsadas and 1,526 Envisions.


Buick's US sales are irrelevant. The brand was spared during bankruptcy proceedings solely because it sells nearly a million cars in China every year.

Zordid DE (2)

2016-07-25 08:23

I wonder why they keep GMC, they're only selling rebadged Chevrolets

They even wanted to kill off the actual Opel here in Germany a few years ago

-- Last edit: 2016-07-25 08:26:39

Lightwader SI (1)

2016-07-25 11:44

J-2 wrote The Falcon will die after 2016, so maybe it's simply that.

Yes, that's exactly what I meant, I should've stated so in my comment :p
Anyway, it's sad to see both australian RWD cars will be no more. Both the Commodore and Falcon will be put out of production soon. It's all business, however. You can't expect them to keep developing and producing cars that barely sell. It'd mean huge financial losses. :/

-- Last edit: 2016-07-25 11:44:37

holden nut AU (0)

2016-08-11 02:07

Lightwader wrote
Yes, that's exactly what I meant, I should've stated so in my comment :p
Anyway, it's sad to see both australian RWD cars will be no more. Both the Commodore and Falcon will be put out of production soon. It's all business, however. You can't expect them to keep developing and producing cars that barely sell. It'd mean huge financial losses. :/
The Holden Commodore won't be put out of production till next year, The V8 Supercars however are still going to run the Falcon for 2 more seasons, and they may even run the the new look imported Commodore.

Skywatcher68 US (1)

2016-09-07 21:13

Burn Rubber wrote
Opel USA? I have never seen an Opel once in the US. :??:


Opel's US heyday was the Sixties and Seventies. I have fond memories of riding in my sister's Opel GT.

ryan2t4 ID (1)

2016-11-05 07:49

during multiplayer the black "null" falcon can be played by somebody players
It's called "DLC CAR". Maybe this car are placeholder of any DLC car.

-- Last edit: 2016-11-07 01:00:18

holden nut AU (0)

2017-01-05 05:16

they should put this FG-X XR8, the GT-F sedan, Pursuit Ute, the Gen F GTS maloo, & Gen F GTS sedan on Forza 6.

-- Last edit: 2017-01-05 05:22:19

carcrazedalex586 (5)

2017-02-13 08:59

I wonder why normal Australian cars are not featured in Forza Motorsport.

CarCrazedAlex586 (5)

2017-04-16 11:26

My favorite Aussie car!

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