Ford Recalls: Engines Can Catch Fire, Doors May Fly OpenFord is recalling more than 570,000 vehicles in North America and Europe to fix separate problems that can cause engine fires and doors to fly open unexpectedly.
Ford Recalls Over 680,000 Cars; Seat Belts May Not Hold In CrashFord says it knows of two injuries related to the problem.
Fact Check: Trump's Statements On Auto Industry Are MisleadingPresident-elect Donald Trump has a long list of deceptive statements about Ford Motor Co. and the auto industry, and he added to that list this week.
Volvo, Ford Issue Recalls For Thousands Of VehiclesVolvo and Ford have each recalled thousands of cars due to malfunctions.
Door Latch Recall To Cost Ford, Cut Into Full-Year ProfitsThe company announced it would add 1.5 million vehicles to the pesky and growing recall.
Ford Recall Covers 830,000 Vehicles With Faulty Door LatchesHundreds of thousands of Ford drivers are being notified about a scary potential problem: faulty doors.
Ford Recalling 1.9 Million Vehicles To Replace Air BagsThe recall is part of a nationwide expansion of an ongoing Takata air bag recall, which was already the largest U.S. recall in history.
Muscle Cars Aren't So Strong In Crash TestsMuscle cars may look cool, but they don't offer the best protection in a crash. The Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger didn't get the highest ratings in new tests.
Detroit's Automakers, Sensing A Threat, Embrace MobilityFor Detroit, the days of simply making cars are over.
Ford Recalls 202,000 Pickups, SUVs, Cars To Fix TransmissionsFord is recalling nearly 202,000 pickup trucks, SUVs and cars in North America because the automatic transmissions can suddenly downshift to first gear.
Automakers Report Best US March Sales In 16 YearsFord, Honda, Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, Hyundai and General Motors all reported increases, largely driven by SUVs and trucks.
Automakers Post Healthy February Sales GainsAutomakers posted big U.S. sales gains in February as consumers returned to showrooms after a snowy January.