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Ford Focus RS head gasket woes

For some time now, forums and enthusiast sites have been abuzz about potential head gasket issues on 2016 and early 2017 Ford Focus RS (build dates: August 3, 2015 through July 6, 2017). For a while, some suggested that a batch of RS’ did not have a bad gasket, they simply had the wrong one. Fast forward to today and ...

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2019 Ford Ranger: the new kid unveiled in Detroit

Ford Ranger

After several very quiet years of evolution and new-model development, the mid-size truck segment is once again growing. In recent years, the market has seen a new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, as well as a new-generation Toyota Tacoma. Yesterday at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Ford joined the party with the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger. Advanced ...

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TECHNO: Ford has a few off-road autonomous driving systems in the works

Autonomous driving technologies are becoming more prevalent, and many more are to be expected. These technologies are primarily designed for traditional road use, but Ford is apparently developing systems that would allow its SUVs and trucks to navigate off-road trails on their own. Still at an early stage, these technologies would be able to warn the driver first and foremost ...

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CAR NEWS: The Ford C-Max is no longer

Ford C-Max

Introduced on the North American market in 2013, the Ford C-Max is about to retire. Offered only in hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions, the C-Max is about to drive off into the sunset. Production of the Energi plug-in version has already stopped, while the hybrid model will be taken off the production line within a few months. The Ford C-Max ...

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Ford’s seat Robutt


Nope, that’s not a typo. Most of us have been to Ikea. We’ve all purchased bedroom furniture, a sleeper sofa and some kind of kitchen tool. We’ve probably also all witnessed the scary, sometime unsettling chair testing machine enclosed in a clear plastic box. That robot, as best as we can figure out, was designed to demonstrate how durable the ...

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