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Ford has an Electric Ute in Design

Ford has an Electric Ute in Design

I subscribe to www.fordauthority.com, a website that leaks out some of the interesting information from Ford US. I recently was able to find pictures of the 2020 Ford Mustang for a customer. Ford Authority’s Shane McGlaun presented a story of the ‘still...
First Impression – Ford Endura Trend AWD

First Impression – Ford Endura Trend AWD

A famous man once said: “You only get one chance to create a good first impression” and this is my first impression on the new Ford Endura Trend AWD SUV Ford Endura Trend AWD Walk Around I’ve just taken my Ford Cobra into Torque Ford at North Lakes for a full oil...
2018 Mustang Convertible Review – Throttle House

2018 Mustang Convertible Review – Throttle House

Hello there – Bob Aldons, The Car Guy on this beautiful Friday in Redcliffe, Queensland, down under in Australia. Thomas Holland from Throttle House gets to drive some really cool cars.This week, he’s in the 2018 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. If you remember, he wasn’t very complimentary of the EcoBoost version (no surprise there), so let’s see what he thinks about the 5.0 V8.

5 Year Warranty – The Stop Outs are Dropping Out

5 Year Warranty – The Stop Outs are Dropping Out

On June 1st Ford Australia announced the introduction of a 5 Year Warranty and now it’s Holden’s turn. Good on you both. It’s time that consumers had this better warranty. The Car Business demands it. If my memory is clear that now only leaves, Toyota, Subaru, Volkswagen, Nissan and Mazda as the last major players in the Australian car business with a 3-year warranty. These stop outs need to have a long hard look at themselves – the new car warranty has moved on – 5-year warranty is the norm with Kia still the front-runner with 7 years.

A Handful for Ford – 5-Year Warranty Announced

A Handful for Ford – 5-Year Warranty Announced

Hi Bob Aldons, The Car Guy, with a comment regarding the announcement today of Ford’s move to a 5-year warranty unlimited kilometre warranty on all passenger and commercial vehicles.Up until April 30th, 2018, Ford offered a 3-year warranty with some seasonal offerings to 5 years. In fact, my dealer broker division delivered a couple of Ford Ranger’s in mid-April and unfortunately, this small business customer didn’t get the benefit of the 2 extra years. From a manufacturer’s viewpoint, there’s always going to be some unhappy buyers when they draw a line in the sand for anything like this.