Since being introduced with the new look, the Ford Explorer has been marketed as an SUV that can do anything that the old Explorer (which featured truck-like body on frame construction) can while g
Ford Motor Company has among the largest indoor display with a massive outdoor area to boot and among the many vehicles that FoMoCo packs into their indoor display there is always a heavy dose of F
The Ford Transit that's going to be built at the Kansas City Plant should not be confused with the smaller Ford Transit Connect that has enjoyed rising popularity as a commercial vehicle since its
The Ford Fiesta ST Concept made its debut last month at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, fitted with similar performance and styling cues that we have seen from the production ready Ford Focus
We see growth in 2012 for one reason – vehicles are getting very, very old," Ford senior economist C.
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At the closing ceremony for the event, Ford will emphasize how intelligent vehicles and innovations such as smart electrification can help solve emerging transportation issues on roads around the w
In total, the massive indoor Ford display at the 2011 SEMA Show will offer up at least seven 2012 Ford Focus sedans and 5-doors, with varying levels of modification ranging from basic appearance ch
While Ford has offered us very little along the lines of actual information on the new vehicle coming to the 2011 SEMA Show, the video below offers a good look at some distinguishing characteristic
The 2011 SEMA Show marks the third year that WD40 has partnered with the many companies under the SEMA Cares charity group, with the cooperation accounting for unique WD40 themed muscle cars in 200
The United Auto Workers union and Ford Motor Company announced this morning that the majority of workers had voted to ratify the new deal.
Last week, the big news was that workers at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant and a handful of plants around the Detroit area voted “no” to the pending labor contract.
Another question is: Has anyone considered that a tight vote may be indicative of internal strife on major issues of concern to locals, that many members think the national union doesn't seem to ca
As of Friday morning (October 14th), those UAW workers who had voted whether or not to ratify the new labor contract with Ford Motor Company had accounted for 6,271 "yes" votes and 6,085 "no" votes
Betancourt, 49, suffered a serious heart problem 11 years ago, and he credits the doctors at Henry Ford with saving his life. Consequently, he is paying it forward.
While the majority of news sources focused on the aforementioned key points that relate the greatest to the best interest of the American workers, the fine details reveal more about the pending 4-y