Ford issued three separate recalls Wednesday affecting over 8,500 vehicles, including 7,000 of its most important models. The 2015 and 2016 Explorer and F-150 represent the bulk of the recalled vehicles. In an unusual instance, the affected models come from two different facilities and ride on two different platforms but suffer from the same issue – a bad weld on the driver's rear seatback.
Texas plumber Mark Oberholtzer has filed a lawsuit for over $1 million against AutoNation Ford Gulf Freeway, a car dealer in Houston, TX, after a photo last year clearly showed his Ford F-250 fighting as a gun platform in Syria. The truck still had the company's name and phone number on the side, causing his company to be inundated them with angry phone calls and threats. The story got so big
When Ford announced last month that it was moving Focus and C-Max production out of the Michigan Assembly Plant after 2018, it said that it was looking for other products to build at the facility and such proposals would be part of discussions with the UAW on a new contract. According to a report in The Detroit News, one of those vehicles could be a new Ford Ranger midsize pickup. We're a long
Thursday was a big day for the hottest version of the current Ford Mustang as the first Shelby GT350R rolled off the line at the Blue Oval's Flat Rock, MI, factory. "This is a special day for all Mustang enthusiasts," said executive chairman Bill Ford. "We have taken the GT350 formula to the next level of innovation, style, and performance. Today the legend continues." Ford has been making