Posts Tagged ‘car’


Unveiled: 2010 Ford Fiesta S2000…

November 19, 2009

Ford Motor Company and noted rally masters M-Sport have pulled the veil off their latest collaborative rally machine, the Fiesta S2000. It’s their first global rally car, and as such will be able to compete in a whole bevy of international competitions ranging from IRC to the S2000 World Cup to Aatos and Aamu’s Finnish Tree Bash. Long story short, going by past history alone, this should be one bruiser of a successful rally car.

2010 Ford Fiesta S2000

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Ford G6E Turbo best luxury car in Australia under $60k… Even $100k…

October 19, 2009

2009 Large Car Shootout

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Ford Focus, Mondeo & Fiesta best 2nd hand cars in the UK…

September 22, 2008


BRENTWOOD, 19 September, 2008 – UK buyers thinking of investing in a used car should take note: Ford has been voted tops by two separate panels of used car experts this week.

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Lincoln working on sub-MKZ sedan?

September 6, 2008

Automotive News has interviewed Lincoln’s product development chief, Derrick Kuzak, about future vehicles from Ford’s luxury brand & Kuzak was quoted saying:

“We do think that there is room for a smaller car in the Lincoln brand,”

But he didn’t reveal any details on any – if any – plans of such a vehicle.

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Ford investing $75M on Focus production – Michigan truck plant goes car plant…

August 27, 2008

FoMoCo USA has announced plans to convert some of it truck manufacturing plants – including the Michigan plant, responsible for the Expedition & Lincoln Navigator – into small car plants amidst revelation of the [pretty obvious] news of the Focus disappearing even quicker now in the showrooms than ever before. More on the story after the jump…

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2010 Falcon: To FWD or not to FWD…

August 26, 2008

In a recent interview, FoMoCo CEO & President, Alan Mulally, has noted that Fords next large car platform – to be based on the all-new 2010 Falcon – could still be driven by any of the three drivetrain systems: Front-Wheel, All-Wheel or continue with Rear-Wheel Drive. The full story after the jump…

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