Breaking News: Ford and Toyota Team on Hybrid System
AUG
22

You might think that automakers always have one another in the crosshairs. But it turns out there can be opportunities for collaboration, especially when it comes to advanced technology and bringing it to the public sooner and more affordably than one automaker could do alone. Case in point? Ford and Toyota, the two leading manufacturers of hybrid vehicles, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the intent to jointly develop a hybrid system for light trucks and SUVs.

The two will potentially bring the best of their independently developed hybrid powertrain technology and knowledge to a new co-developed hybrid system, which may be used in rear-wheel-drive light trucks. Ford and Toyota have been working separately on similar new rear-wheel-drive hybrid systems aimed at delivering higher fuel economy in light trucks and SUVs. When the two companies began discussing this potential collaboration, they discovered how quickly they were able to find common ground.

While the proposed rear-wheel-drive hybrid system may share significant common technology and components, Ford and Toyota will individually integrate the system into their own vehicles. Each company also will determine the calibration and performance dynamics characteristics of their respective light pickups and SUVs.

“This is the kind of collaborative effort that is required to address the big global challenges of energy independence and environmental sustainability,” said Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally.

In addition, as telematics plays an increasingly more important role in the in-car experience, both companies have also agreed to collaborate on standards and technologies needed to enable a safer, more secure and more convenient in-car experience for next-generation telematics systems. The telematics collaboration relates only to standards and technologies, and each company will continue to separately develop their own in-vehicle products and features.

“We have unique and very good solutions today with SYNC® and MyFord Touch™. Working together on in-vehicle standards can only enhance our customers’ experience with their vehicles,” said Derrick Kuzak, Ford Group Vice President, Global Product Development.

Have questions about this agreement and what it means? Click here to read Ford Answers Questions about the Collaboration Between Ford and Toyota on theFordStory.com.

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121 COMMENTS ON THIS ARTICLE
Kenny Jim, Ford is not the "hybrid leader", and hybrid tech wasn't stolen from them by Japanese auto companies. Ford has, honestly, only been in hybrid developement since the 2000's. Their first hybrid came out in '04. Toyota has been developing hybrid technology since the 70's.
1 year(s) ago via
jim bersani Although Ford is the leader in Hybrid technology, it is only a stop gap until new technology such as Hydrogen fueled vehicles are the answer to fossil fuels. If the idea is to use Toyota money so Ford could use their money and R&D to develope and perfect Hydrogen or a better solution, then run with it, but if Hybrids are going to be around for a while then Ford should go it alone and don't make the same mistakes as Henry I did by not patenting his mass production inventions, the Japanese will continue to be the sales leaders while stealing the technology of Ford's engineers.
2 year(s) ago via
jim bersani The Japanese auto companies stole every idea from the American automakers, then when the American companies were vulnarable with too many bean counters telling the engineers what to do, and in Ford's case, Lee Iacocca the bean counter and president of Ford started to skimp in many area's to show a profit, i.e. The Pinto, the non repairs of factories which included not repairing roofs that leaked and destroyed machinery through rust and again with the Pinto doing away with important oil releases in the cam shaft to save a few bucks, the Japanese ran with the ball and took over as the sales leaders. Ford always had the best engineers and a Ford family member leading the way with help from the best. Henry I had Bunky Knudson Sr. to help with making the best vehicles and the most inexpensive, Henry II had the Whiz Kids and Billy has Alan Mulally and now that Ford not only caught up with Toyota, they surpassed them in Hybrid technology they want to give Toyota all of their technology? Perhaps Ford needs Toyota's money to stay in the forefront in technology and if that is the case, then they have no choice but if Ford could afford to go it alone, I think they should forget Toyota and keep going in the right direction. It is obvious to me that Ford will soon be the Number one auto manufacturer in the world with Billy being mentored by Mulally and if it doesn't lose it's way again, will be the world leader in building vehicles for the masses.
2 year(s) ago via
Brian Manley Ok All i gota say is i think its a bad idea! Ford is the best! And trucks are made for power and i use mine for 4x4! How you gona make a hybrid with alot of power? Plus yes it may be good on gas but what about offroad? and power? plus can it tow well? Toyota is a bad carmaker and shouldnt bring others down with them so ford dont use their ideas! Stick to the old ideas ford is the only reliable company!
2 year(s) ago via
Tyler Denton I can't Believe that Ford Would actually do something like this... Next thing will be -Sudden Unintended Acceleration of a Ford.... Toyota cannot be trusted! They built cars that took American lives!!! And still continued to sell Vehicles that "they" knew were dangerous!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Daniel Rodriguez I really hope you know what you're doing, I certainly have very little faith in this "collaboration". Ford has always been known for being one of the best truck manufacturers in America, even my GM and Dodge friends will admit that, I hope that this doesn't taint that reputation. Especially since Toyota makes some of the WORST trucks on the market. I also do not see why this will be beneficial to Ford considering the Ford hybrids outperform the Toyota hybrid equivalents. I hope that this project works well or ends very soon, until that point I will certainly not be defending this decision!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Denise Sharp when can I buy the new Fortoya???
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Yvonne Simmons-Sims I think this a wise move because Ford is collaborating with a company that until recently, was a forerunner in foreign cars, the longevity of a Toyota was incredible. It was if the body of the vehicle went before the workings. After seeing there prototype Swagga wagon, I think Ford has always been the forerunner in vehicles that are family oriented, for want of a better word. Ford has made and took consideration for vehicles that women with children, and larger families could be accommodated comfortably. Ford is our #1 American Car Maker and I am sure they know what is in the best interest of their business and the country.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Aaron McCarthy Doesnotcomputedoesnotcomputedoesnotcompute
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Joshua Joseph Taylor Hope they keep it together, id absolutly hate to buy a foryota, or dodge or chevy...Ford all the way
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Steve Pace I would never buy a truck with a vsick or electric motor. a rip snorting V8 5.4 for me.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Denise Sharp I don't want Ford collaborating on anything that Toyota is doing...Sucks
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
John Lighty Any collaboration done with Toyota means one thing: SHARED technology. The same technology will essentially be in both Ford and Toyota hybrids. If anything this is helping Toyota, who has obviously fallen behind in the automotive industry in the last couple of years, especially compared to Ford. Why collaborate when you're ahead of Toyota? Don't give them the tools to advance and push their products on the market. Lastly, technological advancement should come from competition, not collaboration. The introduction of new and competing ideas drives developers to strive for excellence; the ultimate goal being the developement of the best product out there!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Nick Alan, How can you betray your loyal Ford customers like this??!!! What are you thinking?? Ford in no way needs help from its arch-enemy, you guys are the best in the industry and you did this all on your own, why do this???
2 year(s) ago via
Wayne Myers Well personally, I've owned both Toyotas and Fords and for my money Ford is the one for me. I just bought the 2011 Escape 2.5L I4 and I couldn't be happier with the power and fuel economy as well as the handling. The turn radius is fenomonal. If colaborating with Toyota will help both companies design a better vehicle I say go for it. But I'm not so enthused about the rear wheel drive consept, we did that before, and I prefer either four wheel drive or front wheel, and I much prefer a manual transmission. Just saying is all.
2 year(s) ago via
Xavier Baldwin At everyone comparing this to when GM collaborated with Toyota: GM borrowed Toyota's design for the Corolla and the Prizm was born. Ford's collaboration is much different; the two are sharing technology, which for lack of better word won't be externally visible like the Prizm/Corolla clones. If you see a car that looks like a Tacoma but has a Ford emblem, then you should worry. I don't think that's going to happen anyway. Furthermore, collaboration =/= owning part or all of another company. I think this idea will work out quite well.
2 year(s) ago via
Alexandros Binios I would like to know what future joints will Ford have with Mazda? Please reply!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Mortensen I think i'm going to be sick
2 year(s) ago via
De Rhoden You people should pay attention. They are not sharing anything other than ideas on how to make a viable hybrid drive for rear wheel drive vehicles. They are not going to be making vehicles with each other. Ford is clearly a market leader and is motivated to provide the consumer with what they want. Automakers are no strangers to collaboration. BTW Ford is number 1 in my household. 1999 F-250 Powerstroke 270,xxx miles, 2000 Ford Taurus 3.0 DOHC 142,xxx miles, 1978 F150 460 4bbl unknown mileage, 1973 F-150 302 2bbl unknown mileage. And many many more in the family!
2 year(s) ago via
Greg Wavell Kevin then why not make it without them? Why help them? Its fords biggest competition.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kevin Holden Ford is still the only American car. If I am not mistaken, they will develop a system together and it will not compromise the patent Ford technology that keeps Toyota in the dust.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Marykay Bukowski We have driven Ford's for years. I thought Ford was the only American car Co. left. Guess I was wrong. When GM and Chrysler sold out to the Government I cheered for Ford. Guess I was wrong then too. I'm sad.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Alexandros Binios @Meshack Matsimela: And GM OWNED Isuzu, it doesn't own anymore!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Montez Fulton I just hope all agreements regarding Proprietory technology is sound and no loopholes exist where Toyota can take, manipulate, and develop their own Hybrid system off Ford existing Technology. The idea of Ford and Toyo collaborating makes my stomach turn but I will be sure to watch this and better understand it, it had to be a roadblock for each company that would cause them to look at outside engineers to help develop this Hybrid demographic.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kevin Holden < Not happy at this moment. Would like to know if ford is actually going to share their patent technology with Toyota, or will that remain a Ford only technology/part? Really would like to know this. Message or here.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kevin Holden Ashton, Ford does not own those companies anymore. The majority shares were sold 2 years ago. I do not like this move a single bit. ford's hybrid technology is better and it shows when compared. Why should we work together and help the enemy?
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kevin Holden Without a doubt Ford technology is better than Toyota, compar the mid size hybrids fusion and camry. I do not like this one bit. Sleeping with the enemy ends with a knife in a back. I hate Toyota more than GM, and I was not happy about the 6 speed joint venture between GM and Ford a few years ago either. Expend R&D and creat more jobs on the home front, leave Toyota in the rear view.
2 year(s) ago via
Martin T. Jasper I own a ToyoTa car and a Ford Truck. This collaboration is an investment made to put unemployed people back to work. Allen knows what he is doing. All y'all need to pipe down and trust The Man.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Brian Schoenrock @Meshack Matisemla: GM bought rights and diesel technology from Isuzu, BUT has and never will own any part of FORD or MAZDA.......sorry for ruining ur info but its 100% false
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Alexandros Binios @Meshack Matsimela: GM never did, never had and never will own any parts of Mazda... Get your act right! False informator...
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jeffrey Mays My wife and I have Ford brand vehicles exclusively for over 10 years and it is my belief that this will not be a good joint venture. I would never consider buying a Toyota, new or used.
2 year(s) ago via
Brian Schoenrock Thank you Ford for helping my fuel cost of my fleet trucks decrease, but while improving hybrid systems in trucks make sure hybrid helps while towing trailers in town from job site to job site
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Cindy Barnes Joyce No way. Not good!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kevin Frindt It has it pros and cons
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Bill Faith King big mistake nothin got brag about here poor move on fords part
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
rb Way to paraphrase a Stephen R. Covey quote.
2 year(s) ago via
Tim Beaudry I can see my stock going up.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Greg Wavell I will NEVER buy a ford again if its part toyota!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Richard Purvis Geuss GM really burned the toyota bridge......geuss GM and Chrysler better step it up, or fall severely behind.....wait this has already happened. congrats to Ford for making it, even though I was never a ford fan, now I have 3 newer ones.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Greg Wavell It makes me puke ford dealing with them.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Siberski Ford Haski ► I agree with @Cathy Collins-Wightman. I want to see a new Windstar built under Alan Mulally's leadership, let alone a hybrid one also. Windstars
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Zach Walcott Question. I'm from texas and on all the ford commercial it say "ford is the best in texas." In other states what does it say? Does it say ford is the best in Alaska?
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Joshua Hunter hmmmmm I wish you the best of luck in this because it is an area that needs improvement, but I don't trust toyota as far as i can spit.... so be careful.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Dennis I already own a 2008 Ford Escape Hybrid. It has been the most dependable, trouble free vehicle I've owned. When you're the best, you don't fear your competitors. I have no reason to believe this move will hurt Ford in any way.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Abruzzese In Alan Mullaly we trust. Like to see Ford consider a diesel sedan .
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Chris Jeffries Way to go Ford....let's show Toyo how to make "The Best Selling Truck" in america".....WTH ????.....That's like the Yankees lending the Red Sox their pitching' Coach.....Gimme a Break!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Colton Kellis ford shuld not team up wit a foren country
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Sierra Roberts @Ford Motor Company: You just contradicted yourself. You must "share" technology when you "collaborate" on anything. I strongly agree with everyone else who's a Die Hard Ford Loving Fanatic like myself who also said that what Ford's team up on hybrid anything is a very, very BAD idea.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Erika Horsfield real smart next yous will be teaming up w bowties dislike!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Ford Motor Company @Todd Heide: We do not share our hybrid system with Toyota. It is all Ford technology.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Andrew Weigle I did understand what ford (just like anyone is trying to do (make a hybrid system) as a young 22 yr old customer that won't help me neither will anything that gets over 20 mpg highway I am frustrated as regardless of what the customer wants (includes what i'm looking for in a Ford or whatever else on the road if ic hoose that route) is ignored by ppl saying "this is the wAve of the future get used ot it" and these sytems will work just give e'm a try... I like the old stems better and it is very frustrating to me the consumer auto makers are doing away with the good ole vehicles such as muscle cars and yeah i think 9always will) auto companies (everyone in particular) are nuts for pursuing this hybrid/newer tech and not our all american cars like the old muscle car that would benefit me a joyfuld riving experience with a powerful big block that has a certains ound and feel to it unlike todays cars like my 79 caddy had... hybrids are NOT a win for truck and SUV customers trucks and suv's are for utility hybrids are also not a win for someone like me who is still looking for a 0-60 time of 2.0 secs...
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Sierra Roberts No offense.. But I STRONGLY DISLIKE this idea. Toyota is a competitor of FoMoCo. The fact they want to "collaborate" on anything with Ford makes me extremely suspicious of their REAL intentions/motives. Especially given that Toyota is still recovering from their massive vehicle recall & Gov investigation into the quality/safety of their products. Let Chevy have Spies in their midst NOT the strongest U.S auto maker....Ford. (just my personal opinion)
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Rob Fruth I wonder if cross-pollination of Ford ,Tesla, & Toyota could happen also ?
2 year(s) ago via
Todd Heide Ford already shares a small part of their hybrid system with Toyota. So whats the big deal? The way I see it they can work together to improve their systems and put them in a good truck like the Ford. The system in the Fusion is already better than the Camry, So one up on Ford, too bad they arent working with Hyundai!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Brian Cartwright Keep going Ford!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Curtis White I've been told by mechanics that they're already practically identical.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Our American Cars Didnt GM try to partner with Toyota and things did not go so well? Give it a shot, I suppose, but still do not collaborate too much. Just share tech but definitely do not go past that
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Ford Motor Company Ladies and gentlemen of our Facebook page: we would sincerely appreciate you taking the time to read the content we share, rather than skimming a headline and jumping to your own erroneous conclusions, which only serve to fire up what are in some cases irrational and ugly responses. The announcement we made with Toyota today means that we are collaborating to bring a new advanced hybrid system for light trucks and SUVs to the market in a quicker and more efficient manner. This is a win for customers. But in the future, please make an effort to understand what we're trying to do before lashing out at us or at others. As our CEO Alan Mulally himself says, "First, seek to understand before you seek to be understood." -Scott M. Global Digital Communications
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Onur Kartal Önder wow
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Bradley Watkins No big surprise...they've done this in the past...Old news
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jeff White I just threw up a little in my mouth
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Nicholas Andrews Make it happen!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Joel Congi I don't think anyone saw that coming. While I am no fan of Toyota, I have to give it to them that they make the best hybrid tech. Now with the two leaders in hybrid tech collaborating... Now this will be interesting
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jay White Foryota
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Tom Cottage Rustle See, isn't!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Nathan Matthews wow Ford, what next? You all going to announce that you have American Flag toilet-paper in ALL the bathrooms at corporate now???
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Robert A. Staal owning is a lil' different than colaborating... colaboration implies cooperation, not dominance. lol
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Ashton Morley Ok seriously people, ford also owns mazda, aston martin, porsche, volvo, etc.. All they are doing is taking over car companies with the best safety features, and technologies and they are putting it in the cars we know and love, whats wrong with that?
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Aaron Gludovatz Ya!!!!! FORD and TOYOTA
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Hubert Chen Keep going Ford~~
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Rustle See What do all of you think is in the current Ford Hybrids? Toyota tech. I love Ford. Keep it up.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jason Krall Sleeping with the enemy
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kosta Bk Ford Prius and Toyota GT how cool is that? :))=))
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Chanse Firestone Dislike next the accelerators will stick on fords
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kosta Bk lol, is 2013 here already? :))
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Bob Vanhouten Why do they work with toyota i thought the IDEA WAS TO BEAT TOYOTA
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Myers Ford and Toyota = bad idea.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Scott Angus I ford friend I think all this show is how much better ford is than toyota when Toyota goes to ford and ask for help on how to make a hybrid something they ues to brag about in the past plus this isnt the first Asian company that need ford help if u look it up nissia gtr use plasma coat cylinder sleves that was first use in the ford gt block all I see is another Asian company that need guid on how to build a better hybrid so don't go to gm because off the deal remember if they ask chevy the same thing what do u think they say
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Joshua Joseph Taylor This is crazy!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Tom Cottage I want the ONE FORD plan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Mike Gionfriddo Ford better start stocking throttle pedals.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jimmy Junior The best trucks with the best hybrid technology... Sounds like a winning combination to me.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Joe Camilleri I just want to know when I'll be able to get A-plan on a prius? ;) Seriously though, they're just collaborating on a technology front. They're not building a common vehicle on a common platform..
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Dinakaran Ganesan Great News............ Hope will deliver good results.!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Tim Green Ford, I've ben a life long fan....wtf are you doing? watch the news, media is slamming toyota daily...
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Travis Henke I dilike. I think ford should stick with just thereselfs on making any vehical or hybrids. If toyota goes down then its going to be taking my favorite auto maker down to. DON'T DO IT!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Martin T. Jasper These are Americans doing THe w0rk f0r America. (:
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Brian Schoenrock Apparently no one read the article from these comments they are just making new standards and pushing eachothers technology to the next level for a truck hybrid so its actually not all that bad
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Meshack Matsimela You can jump to concluaions all you want but GM owns Isuzu(Japanese),Ford and Mazda(Japanese),and so forth,if it's for the good of your pockets and both brands let it be.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Martin T. Jasper I AM ALL UP and in for economic development! (:
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Michael Rance No ford, keep using American hybrid technology!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Garcia omg relax people! its not like ford nd toyota are building a car 2gether they just want to make a better hybrid system! true ford fans wouldnt switch to GM!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Cathy Collins-Wightman What about VANS??? I love my Windstar and would like a hybrid version:D
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Zabdiel David Traspalacios Why team up at all, and much less with a company that has have so much problems like Toyota, We have enough brain power here at home to come out with better engines, Ford did it and proved it with all the new power trains for 2011... What tha jeck
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Albert Garcia Jr As long as it isn't with chevy
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Amandeep Singh omg....wowww...
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Robert Colhoun a forota or a toyord
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Tracie Hunt Say it isn't so!! Please don't join forces with Toyota!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Alexandre Demers Cloutier wow... so much hate... really good move... to acheive real word low mpgs
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Michael King Why are we teaming with Toyota? I would rather see a teaming of Ford and GM...Makes me have to rethink the saying of "un-American" when you buy a Toyota instead of a FORD.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jodee Bryant-Tanjic Terrible....we shouldn't be involved in any foreign auto maker....thats why we always stress BUY American...
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
John Lighty This ruined my day.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Dan Minnerly If they can make a hybrid cost competitive with their gas counterparts that would be one step. Another would be to make a hybrid that saves gas during highway driving not the way most do during stop and go recharging.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
John Lighty You've got to be kidding Ford. You're ahead of the game in every vehicle class right now. Don't let toyota leech off of your recent technological successes. You don't need them.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Justin Killings Good move!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Donovan Coplen What about small diesels? not only are hybrids more expensive, the carbon footprint to create all the extra batteries and motors is far greater than you will ever save.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Andy Miller Why not, it was Ford's design and they let the patent go and Toyota took it and made the hybrid.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Shifty James Coolsen Toyota is trash, I used to love Ford, this relationship will sever my ties with Ford, GM here I come. What ever happened to keeping american business OUR BUSINESS?
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Austin Blackman I hate Toyota. Almost more than I hate Dodge.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Robert A. Staal Ford should stand alone like they did when GM got their gov't bailout.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Eddie Lynch I want horsepower.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Kevin Naughton no I dont think its a Good thing forr these companies to "get together" on any level....its All for profit NOT Enviroment!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Paul Serafini-Bungeebootcamp Toyota made the hybrid system for the escape and fusion, it's a great match!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Angel Antonio Pascua Cañete What about joining forces to develop Hydrogen cars????
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Herbert Toth No, please, don't.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Mike Platzer By the time these two get done designing A hybrid it should get a thousnd mile to gallon and Oboma can chock on it !
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Justin Marc Keith Give it a Chance WE Need ALL The Green Environmental Energy WE Can get
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Robin Costin No one wants these things except go green nuts. The increase in price is far more than you'll ever recoup in fuel savings. Now give me a hybrid for the price of a standard combustion engine and we'll talk, but if it's costing me money instead of saving me money... Forget the hybrid.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Letterio Arici Thats what I'm talkin bout,co-operation!GBA
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Danny Veerkamp Oh cmon' ford don't let them ruin your rep.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Thomas Word OH NO! There went my business.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
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