Ford Recalls SUVs Due To Engine Fire Risk, Owners Should Park Vehicles OutsideFord is asking the owners of 350,000 vehicles in to take them to dealers for repairs in three recalls, including about 39,000 that should be parked outdoors because the engines can catch fire.
Ford Recalls Over 650K Trucks For Windshield Wipers That Can FailThe recall covers certain F-150 pickups, and Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs from the 2020 and 2021 model years. Also included are F-250, 350, 450 and 550 trucks from 2020 through 2022.
'It's Time': Ford Teases Launch Date Of F-150 LightningFord Motor Company announced on Wednesday the F-150 Lightning will launch on April 26.
Ford Reports Sales Down 17% In First QuarterFord says sales dropped more than 17% in the first quarter of the year. But despite the drop, the automaker is remaining optimistic and says drivers are still eager to purchase vehicles.
Ford Recalls F-150 Pickups, SUVs To Fix Brake Fluid LeakFord is recalling nearly 215,000 pickup trucks and large SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because brake fluid can leak, causing longer stopping distances.
Ford To Ship Explorers Without Rear Seat Temperature Controls Amid Chip ShortageFord will begin shipping Explorer SUVs without all of its chips to address the tight inventory of vehicles available for sale at dealerships.
Ford Splits EV, Internal Combustion Into Individual BusinessesFord will split its electric vehicle and internal combustion operations into two individual businesses to accelerate its adaptation of new technology and the Detroit automaker said Wednesday that its transformation into an EV company is accelerating.
Ford Delays Return To Office For Majority Of Salaried Workers To AprilFord once again delayed its return-to-office procedures for the majority of its salaried employees.
Major Automakers Respond To Russian Invasion, Offer Support To UkraineAutomakers including General Motors are taking a stand against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
Ford CEO: No Plan To Spin Off EV Business, But Change ComingThe CEO of Ford Motor Co. says the automaker has no plans to spin off its electric vehicle or internal combustion businesses, but is reinventing itself by removing costs and ramping up for large-scale EV and software sales.
Michigan Matters: Talk of Ford, Motor City and the FutureBill Ford, Executive Chairman of the company bearing his name, appears on “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (8 am on CBS 62) and talks about his company, Detroit, his family and more.
Ford UAW Workers To Receive Average $7,377 Profit-Sharing ChecksFord's union workers can expect a big payday soon as the company announced they will receive a profit-sharing check an average of $7,377.
Ford Rides Accounting Gains, High Prices To Big 2021 ProfitFord Motor Co. reversed a loss and rode some big accounting changes to post a $17.94 billion net profit last year, even as it battled computer chip shortages that caused factory slowdowns and vehicle shortages.
Ford Maverick, Bronco Win Truck, Utility Of The Year AwardsFor the second year in a row, vehicles from Ford Motor Co. took two of the three North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year awards.
Ford Plans To Nearly Double Production Of Electric F-150, Cites Big DemandThe company said Tuesday that it will be able to build at a rate of 150,000 pickups per year at its electric vehicle factory in Dearborn by the middle of next year.