How to fix Lincoln
Ford’s luxury arm mean nothing to you? You’re not alone. Pat Devereux reckons he can mend it
There's nothing wrong with the current range of Lincolns, Ford's America-centric ‘luxury' arm. But the problem is there's very little right with them either. Don't take that the...
How Honda Will Fix Acura - 2013 Tokyo Motor Show
By Scott Evans | November 19, 2013
During a roundtable discussion with journalists at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, American Honda Motor Company CEO Tetsuo Iwamura said that his biggest challenge in the next five years will be fixing Acura. In a...
FORD FORMS SKUNK WORKS TEAM TO FIX LINCOLN
By Drew Johnson
Apr 4th, 2011
Ford’s Lincoln brand was America’s top-selling luxury brand two decades ago, but has since slipped into automotive obscurity. However, Ford says it is now committed to returning Lincoln to its past glory and has...
Ford to recall 33,256 vehicles to fix seat fault
DETROIT (Reuters) -- Ford Motor Co will recall 33,256 of its 2010 model year cars and SUVs to replace potentially faulty front seat recliner mechanisms that could lead to injuries in an accident, according to a notice filed with U.S...
Edmunds.com offers $1-million prize for Toyota fix - L.A.Times
The auto information and pricing company is launching a public competition to find a solution to the carmaker's unintended-acceleration problem.
By Nathan Olivarez-Giles
March 3, 2010
Solve the unintended acceleration problem, win a...
The (toyota) FIX
introduces their SUE** AVOIDANCE PROGRAM (**SUdden-acceleration Events),
an advanced mechanism made entirely of recycled Tundra tailgates that have fallen off...
...in keeping with their ultra-green 'pretensions'.
Prediction or just Rendered Speculation?
Ford: Parts to Fix Recalled Cars Delayed
Wednesday October 17, 6:05 pm ET
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press Writer
Ford Reports Delay in Parts Used to Repair Speed Control in 1.25 Million Recalled Vehicles
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Ford Motor Co. said Wednesday that parts used to fix 1.25 million...
The votes are in. While Ford executives leaf through the bids from potential new owners of both the Jaguar and Land Rover brands, users of Autocar.co.uk have been having their say on the options laid out before bosses of the Blue Oval...