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Ford trims Explorer, Lincoln Aviator output due to ongoing chip shortage

Several of Ford's core crossover and SUV models are now affected

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Spy photos reveal off-road themed Ford Explorer

FX4? Timberline? Whatever it is, it has a red stripe. Hooray, Ford!

2013-2017 Ford Explorer recalled over rear suspension issue, again

This isn't the first time Ford has recalled the Explorer over rear toe links

2020 Ford Explorer nabs IIHS Top Safety Pick+ rating after updates

A modified front subframe improved crash performance

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Hyundai designs a DIY soapbox car

You can build this Hyundai from standard building materials

2021 Ford Explorer gets some big price cuts

Base model $540 less dear, 2021 Explorer Platinum cuts $3,770

Ford Police Interceptor Utility can destroy coronavirus by baking it

New software heats cabin to 133 degrees between shifts, hotter than Death Valley

Ford briefly stops work at two plants as workers test positive for COVID-19

So far so good for GM and FCA

Ford Motor Co on Wednesday closed two U.S. assembly plants as the coronavirus pandemic wreaked early havoc with the No. 2 U.S. automaker's plan to restart North American production and begin making its most profitable vehicles again. Ford closed its Dearborn, Michigan, plant due to a positive COVID-19 test by one worker, while its Chicago assembly plant was closed due to a parts shortage, Ford spokeswoman Kelli Felker said.

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Ford's post-recession performance reveals a series of missed opportunities

Ford should be leaps and bounds ahead of its current state, columnist says

2021 Ford Explorer restores XLT appearance package

Cosmetic enhancements a hit with younger buyers

Driving the Ford Explorer ST and Volvo V60 Cross Country | Autoblog Podcast #613

Plus the Subaru Outback, and a deep dive into the mailbag

Plus the Subaru Outback, and a deep dive into the mailbag

Executive shakeup at Ford in wake of earnings report, rough Explorer launch

Jim Farley promoted to COO and likely CEO successor; Joe Hinrichs retires

Ford stock drops after disappointing 2019 numbers, 2020 forecast

Company cleared $47 million in 2019; Jim Hackett blames Explorer launch

Ford Motor Co.'s profit last year plunged by more than $3.6 billion, weighed down by slowing U.S. sales, the cost of a botched SUV launch and some big pension expenses. The Dearborn, Michigan, automaker said it made $47 million in 2019, down from a $3.68 billion profit a year earlier. For the fourth quarter the company lost $1.7 billion, or 42 cents per share, hit by $2.2 billion in one-time pension costs.

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