Ford benefits from CEO's turn to road less traveled
By Sharon Silke Carty, USA TODAY
DEARBORN, Mich. — On this rainy, cold, miserable Tuesday in December, Alan Mulally sits in his office at Ford Motor's headquarters, beaming.
With Ford's sales down 19.5% this year, the economy...
Ford rolls on its 'Way Forward' turnaround
As some encouraging signs start to emerge from Ford Motor's turnaround plan, much of the credit is likely to go to Mark Fields.
Fields, an executive vice president, is Ford's domestic car and truck chief. But he's not as stiff as his title might make...
New Ford Taurus X scores on its wagon style points
Ford Motor's Taurus X is a worthy contender in the brutally competitive crossover SUV market. That's saying something because it's not a new design, yet in features and function it holds up well against recently launched models.
Ford's navigation systems take a turn for better
Sirius' Travel Link can direct drivers to the closest
local gas stations with the lowest price
By Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY
Whether it's finding the cheapest gas or grabbing a quick stock quote, the next generation of automotive navigation...
I've been following along for a few weeks and decided to make my first post. I hope this isn't true. :eek:
I've read the other threads where Fields said Volvo is definitely not for sale so this comes as a bit of a shock to me.
CARS, TRUCKS, WITH IMPACT
1992 Toyota Camry
1991 Ford Explorer
2001 Toyota Prius
1984 Chrysler minivans
1986 Hyundai Excel
1986 Ford Taurus
1990 Lexus LS 400
1990 Mazda Miata
1986 Acura Legend
1996 Toyota RAV4
1994 Ford Mustang
1991 Saturn SL
1997 Ford F-150
2003 Hummer H2
2002 Mini Cooper...
Test Drive: Escape's hybrid version a winner
Ford Motor updated its Escape small SUV, and while it is considerably gentrified compared with its predecessor, it seems insufficiently improved to keep up with rivals.
For 2008, the Escape, a pioneer among carlike SUVs and third-best-selling SUV...
MKZ could be zowie car Lincoln needs
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — If you believe the guiding principle espoused by Carlos Ghosn, the successful CEO of Nissan and Renault — that there's no problem at a car company that good products can't solve — then you can consider the Lincoln MKZ a problem-solver...