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January 20, 2014

Ford appoints Charlotte Ward as the new Chief Product Press Officer

Ford has appointed Charlotte Ward as Chief Product Press Officer with key responsibility for Ford's industry-leading small cars, including the UK's most popular car, the Fiesta and the new EcoSport compact SUV.

Charlotte, who joins Public Affairs from Ford's Product

November 04, 2013

Ford achieves best October US retail sales Since 2004

Ford Motor Company's October US total sales of 191,985 vehicles rose 14 per cent over a year ago. Retail sales are up 15 per cent, at 142,487 vehicles. It is the company's best October retail sales performance since 2004.

Gains were broad-based, with passenger cars

September 05, 2013

Ford August US retail sales surge to highest levels since 2006

Ford Motor Company's August US retail sales grew 20 per cent - with total sales up 12 per cent - for the best monthly retail performance since 2006.

With inventories remaining tight in several key segments, retail sales gains were broad-based. Car sales were up 15 per cent,

August 03, 2013

Ford's US sales up 11 per cent in July

Ford Motor Company's US sales grew 11 per cent compared with a year ago - the best total July sales since 2006. Retail sales are up 19 per cent, marking the company's best July retail sales month since 2005.

With tight inventories, retail car sales are up 13 per cent, utilities are

July 05, 2013

Ford brings fastest Fiesta ST to China @ 1.85 Yuan

Ford Motor Company brought the new Ford Fiesta ST - the fastest and most dynamic small production performance hatchback ever, to Chinese customers with a price of 185,900 RMB. The Fiesta ST is the second Ford performance car to be introduced in China

November 20, 2012

1.0-litre EcoBoost engine coming to North America next year in the new Ford Fiesta

The new 2014 Ford Fiesta on sale next year will be the first vehicle available in the United States with Ford's award-winning 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine. Though the car has not yet undergone EPA testing, it is expected to be certified as the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid

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