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03-02-2015 06:44 PM
siezn You might be right.
The new 3.5 V6 EB is churning out some good numbers as is.
03-02-2015 01:00 PM
Syndikat
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Originally Posted by siezn View Post
Well yeah, the RAM 1500 diesel proved that, Ford has a strong foundation to leverage, tons of loyalists that would by default wait for Fords response to the 1500 diesel
We'll see. Ford has burned the diesel community (and badly) in the past and the ECoboost 150 never delivered the Eco and Boost as promised. I don't think its as slam dunk as it may look on paper...



02-27-2015 06:23 PM
siezn Well yeah, the RAM 1500 diesel proved that, Ford has a strong foundation to leverage, tons of loyalists that would by default wait for Fords response to the 1500 diesel
02-27-2015 03:40 PM
Jackson The diesel would certainly do good things for sales and I think that 700k is totally doable for Ford. Ford makes so much money off of its trucks. Man o man are those things profitable.
02-26-2015 04:09 PM
siezn Seems doable, they also wanted to offer up a diesel power plant for it, which helps to push volume up even higher
02-25-2015 04:47 PM
Syndikat
Ford to Sell 700,000 F150s?

Well they're certainly on the right track already...

Ford on Track to Sell 700,000 F-150s - PickupTrucks.com News




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