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Easy Ford car-cleaning tips: Dos and Don’ts 0

At some point, we’ve all wondered how our recently cleaned Ford has becomes filthy again quite so quickly. You spend the morning meticulously washing your car, only to have a downpour of rain undo all your good work in a couple of minutes. Here are a few car-cleaning tips to help your car stay clean,(…)

A look back at the Ford Cortina Mk3 0

Say the brand, Ford, to people of a certain generation and you can guarantee the model that flashes into their minds is a Cortina. From the swinging 60’s to the booming 80’s, the Cortina ruled Britain’s roads, sweeping all before it as the masses embraced Ford’s ‘peoples car’ with relish. The later years of the(…)

Classic Fords better investments than Ferraris 0

Figures released by Classic Car Auction Results, which compares the results from car auctions held the world over, show that over the past couple of years, classic 1970’s-era Fords were selling for prices around 3.4 times their worth in the mid 1990’s. Ferraris from the same period however, were only going for around 3.2 times(…)

Ford shifts Focus production to China 0

In a radical change of plans, Ford has decided to shift production of its Focus small car from the proposed site in Mexico, to an alternative plant in China. The company still intends to move production out of the US entirely, but the planned switch south of the Mexican border has now been abandoned. The(…)

A look back the Ford Capri Mk1 (1969 – 1979) 0

Today we take a look back at the first incarnation of one of Ford’s most iconic coupes: The Ford Capri Mk1. The mid-sized four-seater coupe forged a new European market for ‘pony’ cars and left its rivals stumbling around in its wake as they attempted to invent suitable competitors. The Capri was a flawless equation;(…)

Ford parks ‘mobility’ hub in East London 0

Ford’s intentions to move closer towards being a tech company shows no signs of slowing as the company announce plans to launch an “innovation hub” in East London. The launch of its Smart Mobility Innovation Office at Here East, the digital campus at the Olympic Park in Stratford, is part of Ford’s plans to become(…)

Fiesta at 40 – Ten facts you probably didn’t know about the Ford Fiesta 0

Doesn’t time fly? It seems like only yesterday that the first Fiestas were rolling off the production line and yet Ford’s iconic small car turns 40 this year. The Fiesta has long established its status as Britain’s bestselling car of all time and 2017 will see the launch of the Fiesta’s seventh generation. To celebrate,(…)

Ford to replace CEO Mark Fields? 0

Reports are suggesting that Ford is set to replace current CEO, Mark Fields, following a major reshuffle at the car manufacturer. In an article published by the New York Times, his expected departure comes as the company attempts to recover following a period of weak sales, falling profits and an almost 40% decline in share(…)

Fewer cars in cities says Ford chief 0

The president of Ford Europe, Jim Farley, believes that cities should reduce the amount of cars that are on their streets – freeing up alternative forms of transport. In a recent interview, Farley said that carmakers cannot be “selfish” when seeking solutions to the overcrowded urban areas of the world’s major cities. “We must work(…)

Ford Focus RS driver drifts his way into a ditch 0

Ford’s new drift mode on the Focus RS has been widely praised despite accusations being levelled that it’s nothing more than a gimmick. One thing to become apparent quickly is, having drift mode doesn’t automatically make you a certified rally driver. Drifting the new hot hatch still requires a certain amount of skill, something the(…)