Ford issued a safety recall in Canada for 4,336 vehicles with faulty Takata airbag modules. It's a problem unrelated to the exploding Takata airbag inflators that prompted massive recalls worldwide.
The Ford F-series had its best February sales total in Canada ever last month with 10,251 trucks sold. Meanwhile, overall sales at Ford of Canada were up 3.2 per cent over last year.
Ford of Canada President Mark Buzzell thinks Canadians can help shape a safer, greener — and more profitable — company because of the country's wealth of robotics and AI expertise and big cities.
The EcoSport will be for sale in Canada in 2018 and new Ford of Canada President Mark Buzzell said it's his responsibility to make sure it sells in large volume.
Engineers monitoring Ford's self-driving cars are dozing off. So, Ford will remove the need for humans by removing the steering wheel, brake and gas pedals from driverless cars set to debut in 2012.
The first images of what appear to be Ford's U.S.-bound Ranger compact pickup have been spotted testing on roads in Dearborn, Mich.
Canada and the U.S. have knitted together one of the world's most integrated economies since signing free trade agreements 30 years ago, trading everything from fertilizer to oil, auto parts to drugs. As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Washington to meet President Donald Trump on Monday, Canadian companies are hoping it doesn't all unravel in a trade war.
The F series pickup accounted for 60 per cent of Ford Canada's January sales — 9,303 units — a new record for the month and an increase of five per cent over January 2016.
Mexico's auto industry celebrated record production, record exports and another year of double-digit sales gains in 2016, but the celebration has been muted.
Ford is recalling 1,057 Ford F-150 pickups, from model-year 2017, in Canada because their dashboard instrument clusters could lose functionality immediately after startup in cold weather.
The full spec sheet for the Ford GT is out, and the newest American supercar will be the fastest vehicle to wear a Ford badge.
Ford of Canada says it will expand its customer service division with a new Omnicraft brand of aftermarket parts to cover non-Ford and non-Lincoln vehicles.