Hybrid Ford Vehicles Kalamazoo MI

The high cost of gasoline made the electric vehicle more desirable but now that the price has lowered has complicated the need for electric vehicles.

Galesburg Ford, Inc.
(269) 665-7015
10150 East Michigan
Galesburg, MI
 
Krug Hilltop Ford Lincoln - Mercury Inc
(800) 258-5603
2798 E Grand River Avenue
Howell, MI
 
Vanderhyde Brothers Ford Inc
(866) 553-3673
345 North Main Street
Cedar Springs, MI
 
Bob Maxey Ford, Inc.
(313) 392-9200
1833 E. Jefferson Ave
Detroit, MI
 
Scott McNamara Ford Mercury of Grayling, Inc.
(989) 348-3242
208 South James St
Grayling, MI
 
Harold Zeigler Ford
(269) 685-5801
1260 M-89 West
Plainwell, MI
 
Northern Motor Company
(906) 786-1130
1419 Ludington Street
Escanaba, MI
 
Huntington Ford
(248) 852-0400
2890 S Rochester Rd
Rochester Hills, MI
 
Gorno Ford
(866) 688-1159
22025 Allen Road
Woodhaven, MI
 
Clio Ford, Inc.
(810) 686-5900
G-4325 W. Vienna Road
Clio, MI
 

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Ford Motor Company and the Battery

Author: Tom Tessin

It seems that Ford Motors is ready to turn out a lot of the electric vehicles at a price that the consumer can afford and will be more than willing to use on a day to day basis. Ford Motors feels that if the economics work and in order for this happens then a high-volume supplier of batteries has to emerge. The energy storage capacity must be high, the durability of the battery, and the cost must all be within boundaries in order for Ford Motors to go forward in building a lot of electrical hybrids assembly line style. Everyone knows that Mr. Ford was the creator of building vehicles on an assembly line fashion in order to cut costs. All vehicles look the same and work the same but they were consumer friendly and affordable. Leave it to Ford Motors to fix it's productions on a one style meets all when it comes to the hybrid vehicles.

This may not appeal to everyone but in a time of economic crisis and the world about to spin out of control over the global warming situation this idea just might work. Ford has in the past pulled itself up by the bootstrap and succeeded in building a better business. When left to their own devise it seems that the executives in the corporate offices can come up with some good ideas that will save the company. It is a good thing that our government is will to give us some bailout funds but it must not be the only thing working to help the economy. The good ole American know how has saved our nation many times and it can save us again. We all need to be ready to help and sacrifice when needed but first we all need to know why. Many times Americans have pulled together and saved the nation during times of crisis, wars and depression and it will happen again.

The American worker got its training from men like Henry Ford who started a different style of work ethics and instituted the industrial revolution. It was the courage of the people that made this nation what it has become today and it will be the same courage that makes the nation succeeds. Ford Motors realizes that Washington wants them to have the ability to sell the vehicles at a high volume so that they can be manufactured in a high volume. In turn this will create jobs, spending money, and helping the economy is what the President is looking to do. The high cost of gasoline made the electric vehicle more desirable but now that the price has lowered has complicated the need for electric vehicles.

As technology grows, so will the cars so if you think this is a great step with cars today, wait until the future when things start to really take off not only with the batteries but with everything else from the interior to the exterior. It really is an exciting time here in the US.


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