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Several models are affected, from Fiesta ST to Lincoln MKZ.

Over 200,000 cars included in each recall.

The new Ford Fiesta ST was revealed today ahead of the full debut in Geneva. The hot hatch has a 3-cylinder EcoBoost engine.

Smaller engine, same power (or more, depending on how you count).

Nearly 200 horsepower from 1.5-liters.

Here are some cool cars that qualify for the 25-year importation rule in 2017.

1.0-liter EcoBoost engines get fuel-saving tech.

All cars will be crossover-ified. Resistance is futile.

Ford of Europe couldn't wait, and dropped the first photo of the new hatchback on its Twitter page.

Ford's smallest US model has been struggling in the face of cheap fuel.

It should arrive at dealers around the same time as the closely related EcoSport compact crossover.

Ford's new party car is imminent.

The updated car should be similar in size but better equipped than ever before.

You might have lusted after this one-of-a-kind car at an auto show. We did.

One-off cars don't usually escape from auto shows. This one did.

Ford adds customized Fiesta and Focus models to its SEMA lineup.

Ford even modified the already-insane Focus RS.

Three-foot-tall helpers could change how assembly lines work.

This new robotic technology could be a big help to assembly workers and offer more design freedom.

Leaked photos of the 2017 Porsche Panamera, and spy shots of the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Fiesta ST. Senior Producer Chris McGraw reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

There are only tiny hints in these spy photos about this car's hotter nature.

If Ford is really prepping a next-generation Fiesta ST, its first prototypes is as low-key as possible.

The Ford Fiesta's new generation arrives for 2018. Here's its sleek new look.

And the G550 doesn't even need pavement to do it.

Want to see what humbling looks like? Watch this Mercedes G-Wagen blow the doors off a Ford Fiesta ST without even setting a wheel on pavement.

UAW President Dennis Williams and presidential candidate Donald Trump sharply criticize news.

Ford will invest $1.6 billion to build small cars in Mexico, the company announced today, defying the protests of Donald Trump and angering the UAW.

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