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Ford eNews -- Nov. 7, 2012
Nov. 7, 2012 07:59 PM
DEARBORN, Mich., Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Ford C-MAX Hybrid outsells Toyota Prius v right out of the gate
The new Ford C-MAX Hybrid – America's most fuel-efficient and affordable hybrid utility – is now the best-selling hybrid utility vehicle after outselling Toyota Prius v, 3,182 units to 2,769, in just its first full month of sales. more...
Wes Sherwood | email@example.com | 313.390.5660
Ford achieves landmark October sales; small cars, F-Series lead the way
Total Ford U.S. sales grew across the portfolio in October. Cars and utility vehicles are both up 2 percent, F-Series pickups are up 8 percent, and Econoline and Transit Connect, 19 and 22 percent, respectively. Ford's commitment to deliver a fuel-efficient lineup of cars, utilities and trucks is winning over customers. more...
Erich Merkle | firstname.lastname@example.org | 313.806.4562
Ford Fusion ads show how all-new sedan sets itself apart
If there's one thing commentators agree on when talking about the Ford Fusion, it's that this is one midsize sedan people really notice. That's the theme of the surprising launch campaign for the all-new car, which debuted last week. more...
Craig Daitch | email@example.com | 313.594.7903
Ford, Microsoft celebrate five years of in-car connectivity leadership
Five years ago Ford and Microsoft came together to launch the benchmark for in-vehicle connectivity with the introduction of SYNC®. Recently, at the GigaOM Roadmap Conference, Ford and Microsoft announced the 5 millionth vehicle equipped with SYNC has been sold, and a continued shared vision for leadership in the development of the connected car. more...
Alan Hall | firstname.lastname@example.org | 313.594.3744
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