What Are The Most Fuel Efficient Cars On The Market?

fuel efficient cars

With talks of climate change and the effect of greenhouse gas emissions, it’s no wonder that environmental impact is one of the things we consider when looking for a car. Fuel-efficient vehicles are taking center stage in the automotive market. Propane-fueled vehicles are also gaining popularity because of their smaller impact on the environment compared to vehicles running on gasoline and diesel. If you want to convert to propane in Bucks County, you’ll find affordable options and more than 2,500 refueling stations all over the country to ease your way into a greener lifestyle. Continue reading What Are The Most Fuel Efficient Cars On The Market?

2013 Ford Focus Earns Highest Possible Safety Rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

2013 Ford Focus

The 2013 Ford Focus earned a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Focus is one of six vehicles in the small car segment to achieve IIHS’s highest rating. Continue reading 2013 Ford Focus Earns Highest Possible Safety Rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

Ford Sold 2 Million Vehicles In The U.S. In 2012

Ford Focus

  • Ford on track to sell 2.2 million U.S. vehicles in 2012, marking two straight years above the 2 million mark – the only brand to top 2 million U.S. sales since 2007
  • Focus remains the best-selling global vehicle nameplate, based on latest available Polk new vehicle registration data through September; Fiesta is best-selling global B-car
  • Ford is only automaker with three vehicle nameplates in the global top 10 – Focus at number 1, F-Series at number 4 and Fiesta at number 5 – based on latest available Polk new vehicle registration data through September
  • EcoBoost engines this year will power more than 520,000 Ford vehicles since their introduction in 2009

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Ford breaks ground on new plant in southwest China

Ford Motor Co. is building a sixth plant in China as part of an effort to increase its sales in the world’s largest auto market.

Ford CEO Alan Mulally attended a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for the new $600 million assembly plant in the southwestern city of Chongqing. It will have the capacity to make 250,000 vehicles per year when it’s finished in late 2014.

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