Top-selling American vehicle of all time:
Wouldn't trade mine for anything else.
I know, some people love their fords, but be careful with that statistic. The actual statistic is that the ford "F-SERIES" is the best-selling vehicle of all time. That includes everything from the f-150 up to the double sleeper semi's and dump trucks. Also, remember, there are moreChevy trucks registered than fords (at least there were about 8 years ago when I challenged that statistic), so where are all the fords going?
I wonder, what year is your f-150 and have you had to change the plugs yet?
Tothere credit, at least their issuing the recall this time. The recall for the ignition on the Focus was great; until you find out they're just replacing it with another one identical to the faulty one. They never have issued a recall for the shifter on the Focus. And despite 30 years of developement and recalls, for some reason the ignition switches stillspontaneously combust
[/b] and the gear shifts still magically slip out of park into gear or have failed neutral
[/b] safety switches on all their cars. And I'm sure we all remember Firestone. My old man was a ford guy. In 91 he bought a brand new Taurus
[/b] station wagon, shiny champagne
[/b] and tan leather. Two weeks after he bought his 0 miles car the alternator caught fire. They fixed it. 6 weeks later the transmission blew out. They fixed it. When the replacement alternator failed (at least it didn't catch fire this time) he finally told them to keep their car. So then he bought an aerostar
[/b], 3 head gaskets later he decided
[/b] to get an astro
[/b]. 160,000 miles and nothing more than a couple belts and an idler pulley
You should watch top gear some time and see the problems Jeremy Clarkson
[/b] has gone through with his GT. This is just the way Ford operates