Ford today announces the 2019 Fusion sedan – the first Ford vehicle globally with standard new state-of-the-art Co-Pilot360™ driver-assist technology, plus sleeker styling for all models and greater projected all-electric driving range for the plug-in hybrid Fusion Energi.
Ford is revamping its lineup, building on truck, SUV and commercial strengths, investing in new propulsion and delivering standard connectivity on new vehicles, paving the way for over-the-air updates and the Transportation Mobility Cloud, an open platform that will empower tomorrow’s mobility systems.
Ford Co-Pilot360, the most advanced suite of standard driver-assist technologies among full-line brands, aims to help people around the world drive more safely and confidently face congested roads – today and tomorrow.
New and exclusive driver-assist technologies, two new drivetrains including the only available diesel in the segment, and unsurpassed capabilities mean no other competitor can touch Transit Connect when it comes to helping any business go big.
Ford today reveals the all-new 2019 Ford Ranger for North America, bringing midsize truck fans a new choice from North America’s truck sales leader – one that’s engineered Built Ford Tough and packed with driver-assist technologies to make driving easier whether on- or off-road.
Ford, Canada’s truck leader for 51 straight years, delivers for customers once again for 2018, creating Canada’s most powerful and capable heavy-duty pickup trucks ever – thanks to best-in-class horsepower and torque from a newly upgraded 6.7-litre Power Stroke® diesel engine.
The 2018 Ford GT will be available in a new limited-edition Heritage theme honoring the GT40 Mark IV race car driven to victory by the all-American team of Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt at Le Mans in 1967. The car will feature unique interior and exterior colour themes, and an exclusive wheel finish.
Ford’s new F-150 debuts for 2018 even tougher, even smarter, and even more capable than ever – with the most advanced powertrain lineup ever that delivers best-in-class towing, payload and efficiency for America’s pickup drivers.
Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd.’s July sales were fueled by strong demand for Ford SUVs, CUVs and trucks. Ford SUV and CUV performance for the month was led by jumps in Ford Explorer and Ford Expedition sales, up 25 per cent and 23 per cent respectively. Ford F-Series continues its leadership as Canada’s truck of choice with 14,224 trucks sold last month.
Lightweight advanced materials, plus new engines and a newly available 10-speed transmission bring new 2018 Ford F-150 and all-new 2018 Ford Expedition customers even better performance, capability and efficiency.
For the more than 20 per cent of Expedition owners that use their SUV for off-road adventure, Ford introduces the all-new 2018 Expedition FX4 Off-Road Package, making this the most off-road-capable Expedition ever.
Strong sales in trucks, SUVs, CUVs and cars have helped Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. achieve its best May since 1989 with 34,486 vehicles sold last month and a total sales increase of 17 per cent.
Ford Performance fans talking to each other and posting comments online about the Ford Focus RS hot hatch performance car have led to a special 1,500 unit limited-edition celebrating the end of run of this generation hot hatch.
Ford Motor Company is issuing a safety recall in the Canadian Provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island and Quebec for approximately 11,899 2011 Ford Fiesta vehicles for battery junction box corrosion.
Ford is making Android Auto and Apple CarPlay software support available to model-year 2016 vehicles equipped with SYNC 3. Customers with model-year 2016 Ford vehicles can update to the new SYNC 3 version 2.2 by downloading to a USB drive, visiting a dealership or automatically through a Wi-Fi connection.
In creating the all-new high-performance Ford GT, the pioneers behind the supercar designed it not only to win races but also to serve as a test bed for new technologies and ideas for future vehicles across Ford’s vehicle lineup.
Ford Motor Company is issuing a safety recall in Canada for approximately 43,600 2011-12 Ford F-150 3.5L GTDI vehicles to replace electric vacuum pumps that may have reduced pump performance due to internal corrosion caused by moisture entry through the engine vacuum harness.
Ford is issuing a safety recall in the Canadian Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba for approximately 21,000 2013-17 Ford Explorer and Police Interceptor Utility vehicles to replace rear suspension toe links.