Ford is one of the most reputed brand all over the world. The Ford cars look very luxurious and comfortable.
Ford is certainly earning quite a bit of it. After the industrial Armageddon that left GM and Chrysler in bankruptcy and the car industry’s 5,000 top suppliers hanging by a fraying fan belt, Ford is flying the flag of resurgence.
Ford is working one angle that will bring them additional sales, but is short-term in nature. Ford is using social marketing to host sweepstakes which is collecting information and data from their fans. They have included a few simple questions on the entry form inquiring if any of them plan to purchase a new vehicle soon and what Ford model they are interested in receiving information about.
Ford is finding that they are in the right place at the right time in markets around the globe. One of the biggest changes implemented internally at Ford was a global engineering organization from the vehicle as well as the engine side. They also presently developing a fitness based television program. Ford is either unaware of that or is pretending to be unaware of that.
Ford is pushing both cars hard, especially the Fiesta, which won’t arrive in America until next year. But it’s tough getting good news out when there’s so much desperate news out there. Ford is the best selling car brand so far this year, with 13.5% of the market.
We just love the Ford Explorer and the new Explorers come with your engine choice for a 3.5-liter V6 (the power option, although large) or a 2.0-liter EcoBoost for fuel efficiency; both are six-speed automatic. The V6 is the power version of the 2011 Ford Explorer, when the EcoBoost option is for greater fuel economy. Engines were either the SOHC 4.0 L V6 (210 hp/157 kW) or a 4.6 L 239 hp (178 kW) V8, with the 203 hp (151 kW) 4.0 L V6 still available on the Explorer Sport. A third-row seat became available for the first time, bringing total passenger capacity to 7.