Posts from ‘Ford’

Apr
10
1976 Ford Thunderbird, Most-Expensive Coupes of 1976

1976 Ford Thunderbird

There is no longer space in the American new-car marketplace for vehicles with hoods and trunklids that consume more linear space than their passenger compartments do. While I know that the passing of the giant coupe was inevitable, I also lament that automotive designers no longer have a free hand with such large and expressive canvases.

Mar
23
1976 Ford Elite

1976 Ford Elite

Ford is doing it right now with a subcompact crossover (EcoSport) imported from India. Cadillac did it with a German import badged on these shores as Catera. Honda did it with rebadged midsize SUV (Passport) that was actually built by Isuzu.

Mar
16
1983 Ford Thunderbird

1983 Ford Thunderbird

I graduated from high school in 1983. The third year of President Ronald Reagan’s first term was pretty good to me—I spent the summer working full time at a service station, I starting taking classes at a local junior college, and I spent a considerable amount of time looking at, reading about, and talking about cars.

Mar
15
2020 Ford Bronco

Ford isn’t quite ready to take the wraps off its forthcoming Bronco just yet, but the company issued this teaser photo that reveals a rugged-looking boxy profile, a high-riding stance, and what looks like a rear-mounted spare tire.

Ford Motor Company today unveiled its plans to replace more than 75 percent of its model lineup by 2020, and is aiming to have the “freshest” product roster in the North American market by that time. The manufacturer will focus heavily on trucks, SUVs, and hybrid vehicles in the next 24 months. More pure-electric vehicles are slated to follow starting in 2020, with six battery electric vehicles (BEVs) planned for introduction by 2022.

Mar
06
2018 Ford Expedition Limited

2018 Ford Expedition Limited in Blue Metallic (photographed during a light snowfall)

2015 Audi Q52018 Ford Expedition Limited 4X4

Class: Large SUV

Miles driven: 295

Fuel used: 19.2 gallons

Feb
22

Pickup Truck Diesels

In the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal known colloquially as Dieselgate, German automakers have almost completely discontinued offering their diesel-engine models in the United States–at least for the time being. Yet, somehow, sales of sales of diesel vehicles in the U.S. are actually up slightly. How is that possible?

Feb
19
2018 Ford EcoSport Titanium FWD

2018 Ford EcoSport Titanium FWD in Candy Blue Metallic (a $395 option)

2015 Audi Q52018 Ford EcoSport Titanium FWD

Class: Subcompact Crossover/SUVs

Miles driven: 224

Fuel used: 9.0 gallons

Feb
08
2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon

2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon

CAS 2018 logoFord unveiled an updated Transit Connect minivan with freshened face and new features at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.

Feb
05
Ford Triton V10

Ford’s Modular V10 engine has been in production since 1997.

Car and truck engines are designed in a relatively small number of cylinder configurations. Inline 4-cylinder and V6 engines are easily the most common, with V8 mills coming in third in popularity.

Feb
02
Classic Ads 1982

1982 Dodge Charger 2.2

There is an air of parsimony to the automotive print ads of 1982. Take in all of the examples and take note of the following:

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