This new Ford automatic transmission recall pertains specifically to 2011-2012 Ford F150 pickups, 2012-2013 Ford Mustang coupes and convertibles and the 2012 Ford Expedition and 2012 Lincoln Naviga
Ford Motor Company moved 180,350 vehicles in April 2012 which shows itself as a 5% negative growth compared to April 2011 but when you look at the daily sales figures; FoMoCo actually was on pace t
The 2013 Lincoln MKZ reveal, appropriately enough, was inside the stunning edifice designed by noted architect Frank Gehry.
Lincoln has released a video showing the new glass roof just before it’s officially revealed at the New York Auto Show that starts next week.
Ford Motor Company showed an overall year over year growth of 14.4% in February 2012 sales, with almost 180,000 vehicles sold placing them second, behind just General Motors in terms of US sales an
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that Ford is recalling 569 2012 Ford Expeditions and Lincoln Navigators due to faulty welds on the head-restraint support brackets for the
This concept will hit showrooms as a 2013 model later this year and the final production prototype is expected to unveil at the New York International Auto Show in April.
Now that production has ended, limo companies see no readily apparent successor to the venerable grand touring car.
While the Ford brand had a strong month, posting an increase of 14% with help from the F Series, the Explorer, the Escape and the Fusion, the Lincoln brand struggled – posting a decline in growth o
If the financials are true, the UAW will have squeezed out $2,500 more per person in bonus money for Ford Motor auto workers than it did for their UAW contemporaries at General Motors Co., where ve
Dora and John Jablonski were driving through a construction zone in 2003 when the traffic caused them to come to a stop in their 1993 Lincoln Town Car; when another vehicle slammed into the rear of
UAW Local Ford workers all over the country voted in favor of striking earlier this month with a resounding 97% vote in favor of walking out.