Every Ford vehicle has problems, and most of those can be tracked, compared, and monitored to come up with a list of things to watch out for and possible solutions.
If you’re shopping for a Ford, we want to to give you quick access to information that can help you make an informed buying decision. If you already own one, we want to connect you with information regarding problems you’re already having and prepare you for what might come next.
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Where We Get Our Data
Our data is from combined sources like CarComplaints.com for complaints, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for recalls, investigations, and tsbs, the Insurance Institue for Highway Safety (IIHS) for crash ratings, and the Center for Auto Safety (CAS) for other safety-related information.
Learn more about or data sources on our frequently asked questions page.
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Acknowledgements and Notes
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