It's April which can only mean one thing: The 2017 Denver Auto Show. This year Charlotte and I attended the show to find the top cars around $30,000 for millennials under 30, and boy did we take a differing approach.
From fun in the sun to pint sized pocket rockets, the Denver
The Ford Motor Company’s Performance Division introduced the Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang last year with a lot of chutzpah and the capability of backing it up on the track. Ford launched the first pony car in the form of the Mustang just over 50 years ago, and has moved progressively
Here it is folks, the 2018 Ford Mustang Convertible debuting right after the debut of the 2018 Ford Mustang Coupe. Based on the significantly updated 2018 Mustang we were informed of a few days back, this 2018 Ford Mustang Convertible will have better performance out of the I4 and V8
The face-lifted 2018 Ford Mustang lineup makes its official world-wide debut today. The big news include: updated turbo-4 and V8 engines, deletion of the V6 option, updated front and rear styling, addition of the 10-speed automatic transmission, active exhaust valving, all-digital gauge cluster, Magneride suspension, and more.
We originally expected the
The Ford Mustang ended the year not only selling the most cars in December but also for the year.
Sales figures showed that Ford sold 7,064 cars in December and had a total of 105,932 for the year in sales.
Although Ford sold the most in the muscle car segment, its sales
As part of a 4.5 billion dollar investment in electrifying their vehicles, Ford is planning to electrify 13 of their vehicles in the next five years, including a Ford Mustang Hybrid and a Ford F-150 Hybrid. This investment will help create 700 U.S. jobs and will include vans, trucks, police cars and
Welcome back to our discussion of engines that are ready for retirement. Last week, we looked at a number of import engines which are getting to be somewhat long in the tooth, so this week we will look at some domestic engines that could use a refresh. You all were
The Ford Mustang moved to the number one spot for muscle car sales for November.
Ford sold 6,196 Mustangs during the month. However, when looking at sales from November 2015 to November 2016, Ford saw a 15 percent decrease in sales for the Mustang. When looking at year-to-date sales from 2015