Ford vision unites truck, hybrid strategiesMarch 19
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. And if fuel prices soar, the CEO will have a new range of hybrids as a backup.
Ford to offer 2019 Mustang GT California SpecialMarch 12
Ford's iconic Mustang wins more global fans as U.S. sales dropMarch 12
It took 50 years and more than 9 million Mustangs before Ford decided its beloved icon was mature enough for a grand tour of Europe and the rest of the world. The strategy's success suggests the company should have shipped them sooner.
Ford adds diesel option, tech to Transit Connect cargo vanMarch 6
Ford to retool Michigan Assembly in May-October for Ranger, BroncoMarch 2
Ford to end Focus RS output in AprilFeb. 15
Ford, Mazda expand 'do not drive' warning to additional pickupsFeb. 12
Ford is expanding a warning to another 33,000 owners of older Rangers in North America not to drive them until they get repairs because of a potentially defective Takata airbag inflator; Mazda is issuing a similar expansion for about 1,800 2006 B-series pickups.
Ford rushes to build more SUVsFeb. 12
Ford tweaks the Edge to Titanium EliteFeb. 12
Ford's 2019 Transit Connect Wagon adds tech, new diesel engineFeb. 8
City-slickers and F-150 Junior: What people are saying about '19 Ford RangerFeb. 6
One of the bigger debuts at the 2018 Detroit auto show was the 2019 Ford Ranger. The newest Ranger is larger in size this time around and will compete against the likes of the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and Toyota Tacoma once it reaches dealerships next year. Ford officials are positioning the pickup as a lifestyle vehicle that appeals to younger, active buyers who may not want the herculean hauling capabilities — and higher price tag — of a full-size F-150. Here's a sampling of Ranger reaction from the automotive media.