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The Lincoln Navigator has been one of Ford's most successful launches in recent memory because of exquisite attention to detail.
Jim Hackett is plotting a course for Ford Motor built around the ideas that trucks are what Ford does best, and trucks are what consumers want most.
The chairman of Ford's dealer council thinks the automaker's push toward electrification may be a leap of faith for many customers.
The head of the Lincoln National Dealer Council says he was never a fan of the brand's MK product names and thinks the decision to change them will help sales.
Lincoln said it will debut its crossover with the resurrected Aviator name this month at the New York auto show, and it will be based off the redesigned Ford Explorer large crossover.
Ford says it aims to supplant Toyota as the top seller of hybrid vehicles in the United States in three years as part of a dramatic reshaping of its lineup to focus heavily on utility vehicles and pickups.
Ford Motor Co. says it will replace more than 75 per cent of its North American lineup and add four nameplates within the next two years.
The auto industry improved 12 points from last year and posted its biggest one-year gain since 2012 in the annual survey, which measures customer satisfaction with dealership service departments.
Ford shares jumped after Morgan Stanley raised its valuation of the automaker for the first time in two years -- a sign Wall Street may be warming to restructuring efforts under CEO Jim Hackett.
Ford is recalling nearly 1.4 million Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans in North America because loose bolts could allow the steering wheel to come off.
Ford is recalling nearly 1.4 million Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans, including 62,000 in Canada, because loose bolts could allow the steering wheel to come off.
The special edition Ford Mustang GT California Special goes on sale this summer and includes unique badging and interior design.
Ford recycles enough aluminum to build 37,000 F-150 bodies per month, and that material would not be subject to the president's tariffs or rising U.S. prices.
The technology upgrades and new diesel engine that Ford announced last month for its 2019 Transit Connect wagon are coming to the cargo van variant, too.
The automotive industry may be learning from past mistakes. As new-vehicle sales decline to start the year, automakers are largely avoiding the temptation to slash prices when demand fades.
Roughly 2,000 hourly UAW workers will go on temporary layoff from May 7 until Oct. 22, Ford said in a state-mandated notice.
Ford appears to be planning an expansion of its Chariot shuttle service into its home state of Michigan.
Ford U.S. sales fell nearly 7 percent in February as strong sales of its pickups couldn't overcome double-digit drops for the Escape crossover and its overall lineup of utility vehicles.
U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to fall this month as the market continues to cool and automakers dial back on incentives. Forecasts call for sales to drop between about 2 and 4 percent year over year from February 2017.
Ford is rolling out self-driving vehicles in Miami to deliver pizza and other goods, though they’ll be operated by humans as part of a trial aimed at learning how customers use the services.
Not quite nine months into his tenure leading the nation's No. 2 automaker into the future, Jim Hackett's biggest impact has been cleaning up Ford's past.
At Kenny Kent Toyota in Evansville, Austin Frazier, a 23-year-old with spina bifida, may be the dealership's most inspirational employee yet.
Ali Vahabzadeh, who co-founded the Chariot shuttle service, will remain on its board of directors following an early February departure as CEO.
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