Ford Recalls Vans For 2nd Time To Fix Drive Shaft ProblemFord is recalling nearly 320,000 Transit full-size vans in North America for a second time because the drive shafts can fail, causing loss of power.
Ford Posts Strong Earnings But Cuts OutlookFord, which is likely the next US automaker to face negotiations with the United Auto Workers union, reported strong earnings Wednesday.
Ford Announces Launch Of Largest Electric Vehicle Charging Network In The USFord doesn't currently offer any electric vehicles, but it announced Thursday that, once it does, it will offer the largest North American network of electric vehicle chargers of any automaker — including Tesla.
Ford Recalls Some Vehicles Due To Sharp Seat Frame EdgeFord is recalling more than 300,000 of its 2017 Ford Explorer vehicles.
Ford Debt Has Been Downgraded To JunkMoody's downgraded Ford's credit to junk Monday evening. It said the automaker faces considerable business challenges, and its poor financial performance badly positions Ford to take on its planned $11 billion restructuring.
Ford Recalls 550K Vehicles For Seat Strength ProblemMore than 550,000 trucks and SUVs in North America are being recalled by Ford.
Ford Recalls 108K Cars; Seat Belts May Not Hold In A CrashOver 108,000 midsize Ford cars in North America to fix a problem that could stop the seat belts from holding people in a crash.
Ford Recalls 1.3M Vehicles For Suspension, Transmission IssuesFord Motor Company issued four safety recalls in a news release Wednesday morning.
Ford Hoping For Success At MichiganYes, victory lane this season has been dominated by Joe Gibbs' Toyotas, but this weekend the NASCAR Cup Series is in Michigan.
Ford Recalls 1.5M Pickups That Can Downshift Without WarningFord's newest pickup is facing a recall.
Group Defends Releasing Article On Henry Ford's Anti-Semitic ViewsA Detroit-area historical group is protesting a mayor's decision to stop it from sending out the latest issue of its publication, which delves into Ford Motor Co. founder Henry Ford's anti-Semitism.