Ford has been short on details but they have confirmed that there is indeed a 3-cylinder EcoBoost measuring just 1 liter – making this the smallest engine Ford has ever offered.
In addition to showing a healthy improvement over April 2010, the Ford brand was the best-selling single brand in the US market with 182,542 vehicles sold and with 189,778 vehicles sold across the
Ford Motor Company ranked behind Chrysler, Nissan, American Honda, Kia/Hyundai and the BMW group among major automotive groups in terms of percentage of growth but with 212,777 vehicles sold, FoMoC
While Ford moved more vehicles than any other brand in the US auto industry with 150,678 vehicles accounting for an improvement of 22% compared to February last year, that was the only bright spot
The most important feature of the Autorama is indeed the Ridler Award, named in honor of Don Ridler - early promoter of the Autorama.
Despite changes in marketing mantras these days, there is even more reason to still “Think Ford First,” as it seems to be enhanced to mean - think Ford global technology and its entry into advanced
When Ford Motor Company announced that they would end the Mercury brand at the end of the 2010 calendar year, it was expected that some of the nation’s Lincoln-Mercury dealers would not be able to
For those not familiar with the MKS, next to the current (and aging) Lincoln Town Car, the MKS is the premium sedan from the luxury arm of Ford Motor Company and it is also the sibling of the popul
Mercury accounted for roughly 40% Lincoln-Mercury sales last year so when Ford Motor Company announced that they were killing the brand, those L-M dealerships were understandably unhappy.
Ford Motor Company has been the most consistent automaker out of Detroit, having seen the smallest hit when the industry fell apart in 2009 but when combined with the recall issues from Toyota, For
Ford Motor Company was the strongest of the Detroit Big 3 in terms of growth, with a 24% improvement over last year and a total of 147,338 vehicles sold last month.
The Lincoln Complimentary Maintenance Program includes free oil changes, tires rotations, and multipoint inspections; with all of this coming in addition to the basic 4-years/50,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty.