Ford adding stop-start to all major model lines
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Automotive News is reporting that Ford will soon expand the availability of start-stop technology, which was first offered – presumably the first non-hybrid vehicle, that is – on the 2013 Fusion (equipped with the...
Ford: More flexibility in manufacturing lines means better value
Wayne— One hundred years after the introduction of the first moving automobile assembly line, Ford Motor Co. plans to make its vehicle manufacturing lines more flexible than ever.
The Dearborn automaker’s 37 assembly...
Ford Lane Keeping System Helps Fusion Drivers Stay Alert and Between the Lines
All-new Ford Fusion will offer available Lane Keeping System to alert and assist the driver when the car is drifting out of the lane
Windshield-mounted digital camera detects lane markers and the car’s...
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In case you thought installing SYNC into Ford vehicles was a ho-hum-whatever affair, that's not the case - Ford puts a lot of thought into it. The Blue Oval's latest assembly line advance is to have SYNC's infotainment software...
FORD TO MAKE HD DIGITAL RADIO AVAILABLE
ACROSS NEARLY ALL PRODUCT LINES
Dealer-installed option available nationwide on nearly every 2008 model year Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicle
HD Digital Radio™ can be installed on most currently-owned vehicles built in model years 2005, 2006 and...
By JERRY GARRETT
SOMETHING about the new Ford Explorer Sport Trac evokes, for me, a Butterfield stagecoach. The passengers go in the coach, the loot is in the strongbox in back, and the horses, of course, are under the hood. Ford could have taken the theme further, but I suppose the driver and...
Do you think Ford need a new line of RWD cars? may be a medium-size 4 and 2-door sedan ( Fairlane ? ) and a big 4 door sedan , for customers ( LTD ? ) and for rentals and Police ( Galaxie ? )
Mybe with the new Autralian platform....?
U.S. investigates Land Rover drive shaft complaints
Automotive News | 1:00 am, April 10, 2007
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- U.S. auto safety regulators have opened a preliminary investigation of complaints of drive shaft failures on some Ford Motor Co. Land Rover sport utility vehicles.