Ford Ranger To Be Discontinued After Almost 30 Years Of Production

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Ford Ranger To Be Discontinued After Almost 30 Years Of Production
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Production will end for the Ford Ranger on December 22, according to the United Auto Workers 879 June-August newsletter. The Ranger is currently built in Ford’s Twin Cities assembly plant and the truck has been built since January 1982. The Ranger originally replaced the Ford Courier which was based on the Mazda B-Series small truck…. Continue Reading...

Ford Recalls 31,000 Vehicles for Fuel Risk, Electrical Problems

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Ford announced a recall of their trucks and crossovers – including 23,688 Ranger pickup trucks – because of a fuel line near the throttle body shield that could leak fuel and cause a fire, and an electrical system that might short out and, well, cause a fire. Ford is recalling 8,022 Edge and Lincokn MKX… Continue Reading...

Ford Posts Surprising Sales Gain of 2% In July

Ford Posts Surprising Sales Gain of 2% In July
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With the current state of affairs in the auto industry, smaller than expected losses have been cause to celebrate, so imagine the party the folks over at Ford must be having right now as the company announced today that it actually posted a sales gain. Last month Ford’s 10 percent loss was seen as a… Continue Reading...
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