Ford is way down the line. You can ignore it if you want.
30.Land Rover, 258
31.Fiat, 273 Less
30.Land Rover, 258
You fools the laws of math are a sine wave not a straight line. Ford is the car of the
Everyone has a new car now. People have less money to spend. People are taking out 5 and
6 year loans. The price of gas is low. 30 years ago there were only 3 car companies in US, now there
are 30. Traffic is so bad driving is no fun. Kia and Hyundai are going to implode crashing the
After bar hoping for six hours last Friday night with some friends I went to one of those places near closing time to get something to settle my booze filled belly. Anyway, I ordered, and while I was waiting for my order I started talking with the cashier.. long story short, I ended up going back to her place for another drink, ended up banging her.. her kid was annoying and she smelled like french fries, that's about all I remember
The plane is making emergency ladings and other issues. Look it up.
Air Canada B788 over Pacific on Feb 10th 2015, engine oil indication (Published on 13.02.2015)
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India B788 near Budapest on Jan 22nd 2015, engine shut down in flight (Published on 22.01.2015)
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India B788 at Delhi on Jan 19th 2015, engine shut down in flight (Published on 20.01.2015)
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Thomson B788 over Celtic Sea on Jan 18th 2015, toilottery (Published on 19.01.2015)
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British Airways B788 near London on Jan 8th 2015, engine shut down in flight (Published on 08.01.2015)
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Royal Jordanian B788 near London on Dec 16th 2014, engine problem (Published on 18.12.2014)
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There are so many cars being produced at some point the demand will wane due to
everyone has a new car. Additionally, the five and six year loans are making a lot
of people broke.
Obama knows he is ruining this county on purpose. He is doing on many fronts. I guess
he wants the USA to be like Africa. When Obama's policies kick in were will slide hell fast.
It is called the "GED" collection.
Not... Ford is the GED mobile
The only thing lifting of is you hitting the crack pipe. Every one is laughing at you. The only pleasure
you have in life is beating your trouser dragon.
Not going to happen. Get a grip. How is Ford going to double it's profit in 8 months. Everyone knows
the only action you get is wrestling with your trouser dragon.
There is no way in hell anyone from the Bush family will ever run for president. I am no Fan of George Bush
JR but is he is a million times better than Obama.
Consumers rightly assume that Ford’s EcoBoost engines help with saving on fuel consumption, but according to Ward’s they do no such thing. Shrinking the size of an engine and adding a turbocharger has been a common way to boost the fuel economy of a number of vehicles without sacrificing performance.
» Related: The 2015 Ford Edge Sport's 2.7-Liter EcoBoost Certified at 315 HP
A number of automotive journalists and Ford vehicle owners have remarked in the past that they do not see fuel savings with the EcoBoost engines. In the Ward’s report, the publication calls out the 2.3-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine featured in the 2015 Ford Mustang, the 1.5-liter from the Fusion, the 3.2-liter PowerStroke diesel from the Transit, and the 2.7-liter V-6 used in the 2015 F-150. In one test, the publication achieved 15.6 mpg using the 2.7-liter engine, which was a far cry from the 26 mpg Ford claims the engine achieves.
Ward’s had nothing nice to say about the 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine, considering it is billed as a budget-friendly alternative to hybrids. Despite several editors driving the Fusion, the best fuel economy any of them achieved was 29 mpg, which is hardly on par with modern hybrid powertrains.
When it came to the Mustang’s 2.3-liter engine, Ward’s called the design “a good effort” thanks to features like a twin-scroll low-inertia turbocharger. Certain editors squeezed a decent 25 mpg from the engine, making for a better result. The big complaint Ward’s had about the engine was its lack of a pleasing exhaust note, particularly at low engine revs, considering it is used in an iconic muscle car.
Not only did Ward’s shoot down Ford for supposedly overinflating fuel economy numbers, it also took the chance to explain why only one Ford engine made the publication’s 10 Best Engines list.
Read more: http://www.insidercarnews.com/wards-says-ford-ecoboost-engines-do-not-save-gas/#ixzz3RN31PElF