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Ford car company ordered to pay 23 million baht in

A total of 308 buyers of Ford Fiesta and Focus cars have won a class action lawsuit against Ford Sales and Service (Thailand) after the Bangkok South Civil Court ordered the car company to pay them a total of 23 million baht to compensate for defective vehicles. The verdict was delivered by the court this […]Read More

Bangkok

Teen Crashes Mustang Into Family, Crawls From Flaming Wreck

BANGKOK — When a cherry red Ford Mustang plowed into a truck carrying a family of five early this morning, the surprise wasn’t that a teen was behind the wheel, but that everyone survived. Police said no one was killed when Peerasaran Surin, 17, crashed his 4 million baht EcoBoost Coupe into a truck carrying […]Read More

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Ford Thailand faces B24m class action suit

The Civil Court has accepted a class action case against a subsidiary of Ford Thailand filed by 308 car owners for 24 million baht in damages. The problem involves the PowerShift transmission, Ford’s six-speed dual clutch semi-automatic gearbox (DPS6), which some users alleged they had trouble with. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST ONLINE REPORTERSRead More

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400 lodge class lawsuit against Ford

More than 400 people filed a class action suit Monday against Ford Motor Company (Thailand) and its three sister firms over alleged defects in Fiesta and Focus car models they purchased. Kriangkrai Nakhawaree, a lawyer representing the car owners, said his clients want the company to buy back the defective cars at full price and […]Read More

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Ford Thailand agrees to buy back faulty cars from customers

Ford Thailand has agreed to buy back faulty Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta cars from customers based on case by case basis after negotiations between the company’s management and representatives of car buyers. About 200 buyers of the two models of Ford cars demonstrated in front of Ford Thailand head office at Sathorn Square building […]Read More

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Japanese automakers resume limited production in Thailand

BANGKOK, Nov 14 – Leading Japanese automakers on Monday announced the partial resumption of production in Thailand after being forced to halt operations for over a month due to the country’s worst flooding in decades, which disrupted their parts supply. Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) president Nobuyuki Murahashi said his factory suspended production from Oct 14 through […]Read More

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Ford Executive found dead in his North Pattaya apartment

A Ford Executive based at their plant in Rayong was found dead in his apartment at the Ananyar Condominium in Naklua on Thursday. A cleaner at the location discovered the body of Mr. Michael aged 50 from Australia, an executive security official working at the Ford Motor Company Factory in Rayong. He was lying, fully-clothed, […]Read More

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Ford Expands Production in Thailand to Meet Rising Demand

The Ford Motor Company has announced plans to build a $450 million car plant in Thailand to meet rising demand in the region. Analysts say the investment shows confidence that Thailand will remain a leading auto manufacturing hub despite political unrest and competition from China. Ford executives say the plant will be built in Rayong, […]Read More