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Ford has revealed its all-new EcoBlue diesel engine, claiming that it is cleaner and more efficient than its predecessor. Continue Reading...
Ford wants to show off the flexibility of its Transit van at this year’s SEMA show. Continue Reading...
To expedite testing, eliminate driver fatigue and ultimately improve vehicle quality, Ford is turning to robotic technology as a way to put its products through their paces. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Ford Transit will have plenty of ways to keep its 15 passengers safe. Continue Reading...
Ford released fuel economy and power numbers for the all-new Transit Wagon that is replacing its old E-Series vans. Continue Reading...
A new era has begun for Ford at its Kansas City Assembly Plant. Continue Reading...
Step in to Ford’s latest concept car and you will have stepped into a secret world of luxury normally kept out of view… Continue Reading...
The Ford Transit Connect Wagon is as safe as can be, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Continue Reading...
Ram is expanding its lineup of commercial vehicles, announcing that it will offer a small cargo van called the ProMaster City starting in 2015. Continue Reading...
This past week, AutoGuide hit the Las Vegas Convention Center show floor for the annual SEMA Show. With plenty of surprises from our favorite automakers, the most interesting one to our readers was the debut of the 2014 Honda Civic Si Coupe. You can also check out our most watched videos this week on the AutoGuide… Continue Reading...
Ford has a thing or two to say about Nissan‘s NV200 “Taxi of Tomorrow,” dubbing its 2014 Ford Transit Connect Taxi the “Taxi of the Future.” Continue Reading...
To test high-impact situations that may be too taxing for human drivers, Ford has developed a robotic system for testing trucks and cargo vans. Continue Reading...
What does Mercedes-Benz have in common with facial tissue and soda pop? Continue Reading...
With a heavy heart the staff of AutoGuide.com say goodbye to 2012, along with its triumphs and tragedies. We await the New Year with open arms, and welcome its promise of a better world. According to the Chinese zodiac, 2012 was a year of the dragon, and it proved to be the stuff of legend,… Continue Reading...
Just in time for the Holidays, Ford has crafted a Transit Connect Wagon Sleigh just for Santa, citing its fuel economy as the main reason why Santa would want one. Continue Reading...
At the introduction of the 2014 Ford Transit commercial vehicle last week, the brand suggested that the Transit Connect and people-mover Wagon may also get diesel power in the near future. Continue Reading...
Ford just revealed the all new 2014 Transit, a full-size cargo van that will compete with the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. Continue Reading...
Ford has just unveiled its newest people or cargo hauler, the Transit Connect Wagon, capable of seating seven passengers and rated to haul 1,200 pounds of payload. Continue Reading...
Set to replace the Ford E-Series vans here in America, Ford has debuted its new line of Transit and Transit Connect utility vehicles. Continue Reading...
Also, in order to enable fleet operators to better keep track of their costs and monitor emissions output, Ford is also introducing a new tool dubbed The Vehicle Emissions and Fuel Cost Calculator. Continue Reading...
Ford has refuted rumors that the E-Series Econoline vans would be discontinued when the Transit hit the market by confirming that they’ll continue producing the E-Series through the better part of the next decade. The newspaper, USA Today, originally suggested that Ford would drop the E-Series when the European-designed Transit goes on sale in 2013…. Continue Reading...
Ever since drifting hit the mainstream we’ve been treated to some of the craziest drift vehicles, utilizing platforms we’d never imagine going sideways. At the top of the list now though is this BMW M5-powered Ford Transit Van that surprisingly goes sideways with ease. Dubbed the “drift bus”, the project hails from Poland, and to… Continue Reading...
Because your new washer and dryer combo from Sears just can’t get home fast enough, Ford unveiled a hotted-up version of their Transit van, subtly named the SuperSportVan. The SSV, unveiled at the (where else?) Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, England, is a short-wheelbase Transit stuffed with a 3.2-liter five-cylinder engine with 200 horsepower and… Continue Reading...