Ford: The Other Side of Things

Our last post was a reluctant ode to the job Ford’s development of true-blue sporty vehicles. Despite a lifelong bias against the Blue Oval for purely geographic reasons, to say nothing of my complete lack of interest in most of their vehicles, it was important to recognize and acknowledge the existence of the Focus RS and the Fiesta ST.

Thank god they provided us with an opportunity to balance out my judgement’s karma.

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Ford Continues to Be Hard to Hate

I grew up in a GM town. My dad worked for the General as did at least one parent of most of my friends. I don’t really care for most GM products, they get my token sympathy when it comes to American cars.

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White House Cuts Tax Credit to Credit Tax Cuts

Electric vehicles are just now starting to be viable. Range anxiety is finally be laid to rest as battery technology has increased maximum distance. While charging stations are still in short supply, EVs are capable city cars and will become proper touring vehicles in the near future.

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