Category: 2006 News

F-Series, Truck Of Texas

Dallas, Jan. 26, 2006 – From the ranch to the city, Ford F-Series pickup trucks remain kings of Texas . The Texas Auto Writers’ Association (TAWA) recently named the 2006 F-Series Super Duty “Truck of Texas.” This makes the third consecutive year that F-Series has been named the “Truck of Texas,” a feat unmatched by [...] More »

Explorer and Mountaineer Earn NHTSA’s Highest Crash Test Ratings

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 25, 2006 – Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer have earned the government’s highest rating, five stars, in the New Car Assessment Program frontal and side impact crash test for drivers and passengers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), achieving the best available crash test rating reflects a vehicle’s ability [...] More »

Ford Fights Back

DEARBORN, Mich., Jan. 23, 2006 – Ford Motor Company [NYSE: F] today announced details of a comprehensive plan to restore profitability to its automotive business in North America no later than 2008. Ford will apply lessons learned from consumers and the company’s successes around the world to strengthen its Ford, Lincoln and Mercury brands and [...] More »

2006 F-250 Super Chief Concept

World’s first Tri-Flex fuel engine: 12 percent better fuel economy, 99 percent fewer CO2 emissions in hydrogen mode and 500 miles between fill-ups Bold, American design and innovation: Underscores the design and innovation that will define all Ford vehicles going forward New level for interiors: Just as F-150 set the standard for vehicle interiors, the [...] More »

2006 F-250 Super Chief Concept Specifications

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS  POWERTRAIN AND CHASSIS ENGINE Type Supercharged tri-fuel V-10 Configuration V-10 Valvetrain SOHC, two valves per cylinder Displacement 6.8-liter Horsepower Hydrogen: 280 @ 4,250 rpm; Gasoline: 310 @ 4,250 rpm; E85 310 @ 4,250 rpm Torque (ft-lb) Hydrogen: 400 @ 3,250 rpm; Gasoline: 425 @ 3,250 rpm; E85: 425 @ 3,250 rpm Supercharter boost [...] More »

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