Ford has announced a recall for more than 140,000 Focus units because of a fault in the windshield wiper motors. The motor can develop a leak, causing the wiper motor to fail and thus pose a risk of reduced visibility to drivers. Ford out to wipe defect from the Focus The Ford Motor Company, according Read on! →

Electric cars have been around since the beginning of automobile history, but their lower speed, high battery cost, limited range between chargings, charging time and overall battery lifespan have limited their commercial appeal. However, as Ford Motor Company’s Executive Chairman Bill Ford suggested to the 2010 SAE World Congress, the market is changing fast. Mainstream Read on! →

Ford recently announced some details concerning the Focus Electric, the all-electric version of the popular compact car. The Focus Electric will list for $40,000 and will be initially offered for sale in three states by the end of the year. Three states to get electric Focus by Christmas Ford Motor Company announced some time ago Read on! →

The Ford Motor Company has announced a recall of more than 140,000 F-15o trucks because of an airbag defect in the 2004 and 2005 F-150 models. This is the second recall of the most popular vehicle in the United States in the past six weeks. The newest recall concerns faulty wires that can cause the Read on! →

If there is a power in the automotive industry that has weathered the storm of the recession, the mantle belongs to the Ford Motor Company. Ford was the only major U.S. Automaker to avoid bankruptcy in 2009, and the company also declined to accept auto bailout money. Today, according to Automotive News, Ford plans to Read on! →

Ford just announced, via Facebook, an interesting promotion of its Fusion line, called the “Fusion 41”. The race sounds really fun, and the winner gets to have his/her Fusion’s car loan completely paid off. Oh, and did I mention that the winning team gets free gas for a whole year? Ford, you wily serpent. Not Read on! →