V-6 engine orders pick up | The Columbus Dispatch

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Some Ford workers in Brook Park will have to cut short their summer vacations. Orders for pickups with smaller, more fuel-efficient engines are coming in faster than the automaker expected, and it's scrambling to meet demand. Full Story
DouglasJay

Boulder, CO

#1 Jul 3, 2011
Now, let's keep the trend downward and start selling 4 cylinders with high mileage--the supplies of oil aren't getting any bigger, and we went through our North Slope reserves in breakneck time burning it up in huge SUV's, just like the oil companies and auto companies persuaded us to do with their marketing. Now, they want the oil in the Arctic Reserve.
You say blah blah blah

Reynoldsburg, OH

#2 Jul 3, 2011
What's this "we" shit? I have never owned anything but a 4 cylinder so your post does not apply. Get a narrower brush!
william

Georgetown, KY

#3 Jul 3, 2011
DUH! Buy a Honda or Toyota and be light years ahead!
Sick of the lies

Denver, CO

#4 Jul 3, 2011
That eco-boost is a great motor!

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