Is the Ford F-150 Diesel Too Late?

Is the Ford F-150 Diesel Too Late?

  The Ford F-150 Diesel has been a long time coming, and now it’s finally arrived. The model offers high efficiency and capability on par with the full-size trucks with conventional gasoline engines. That’s great and all, but is the F-150 Diesel pickup arriving too late to the game? Our answer to that question should be obvious. The Ford F-150 Diesel isn’t too late. In fact, it’s arriving just in time to offer true competition in the pickup segment. A 3.0-liter diesel V6 engine that produces 250 hp and 440 lb-ft of torque powers the F-150 Diesel. It comes mated to an advanced 10-speed automatic transmission that was jointly developed

Ford’s Detroit Presence to Expand

Ford’s Detroit Presence to Expand

  Some automakers are looking at expanding in foreign markets, but Ford is keeping its focus right here in the United States. The automaker confirmed to shareholders that the manufacturing facilities in Detroit weren’t going anywhere. In fact, Ford’s Detroit presence will expand in the near future. Ford’s Detroit presence is expanding, and it appears the automaker is starting by buying the long-vacant Michigan Central Station. Officials didn’t provide much information into how the company intends to use the train station, but we expect it has something to do with putting a greater focus on all kinds of mobility. “As a company we are in a race for talent when