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Some Ford Vehicles To Have ‘Best In Class’ Quality By 2025

Ford has faced its fair share of high-profile quality issues over the past couple of years, which are frustrating for both owners and the automaker itself – not to mention costly. As such, The Blue Oval has placed a renewed focus on improving the quality of its vehicles, revamping the way it produces those models, as well as the way it handles quality issues when they do occur. Now, the automaker has revealed that it plans to have “best in class” quality by 2025, at least as it pertains to a handful of individual models.

Ford F-150, Super Duty, Ranger, Bronco, Transit Quality Improvements 2025

Those models – as the automaker revealed during its 2023 Capital Markets Day presentation – are the Ford F-150, Ford Super Duty, Ford Bronco, Ford Ranger, and Ford Transit.

FoMoCo has been quite clear from the start that it believes these quality fixes will take several years to achieve, though it also expects that process to begin to pay off in 2023. To get there, the automaker is focusing on seven key areas, and recently outlined the changes it has made to the production process to fix quality issues before new vehicles launch – taking longer and more frequent test drives in those vehicles and adding more quality checks on the assembly line, chiefly.

We saw this in action recently as The Blue Oval paused production of vehicles like the 2023 Ford Super Duty, the all-new S650 2024 Ford Mustang, and the refreshed 2023 Ford Escape. These actions were taken after quality issues were identified during the assembly process, after which FoMoCo temporarily halted production to rectify those problems before restarting its assembly lines.

We’ll have more on Ford’s efforts to improve quality soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for 24/7 Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Richard Rassh

    I bet the worst ford is still better than the best tesla in quality

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  2. EdK

    So what is this saying about 2023, and 2024? I guess it might be, buy from us, take your chances?
    Consumers want to know what you are doing today, not 2 years from now.
    Ford downsized (fired) the employee base that could have helped prevent their issues while chasing their electric dreams.
    Without the BOF segment, the cash to chase the electric dream dries up.

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  3. Ed

    I think they need to look at the Transit as it is currently a unibody construction unless they make changes to it by 2025.

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  4. Charlie

    If y’all are going Green and Electric then my Ford days will be over , And it will be for Ford Also I’m Afraid , Go woke , Green and Electric and go broke !

    Reply

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