Ford tops Google trends for 2014

Ford has proven their widespread popularity once more in topping Google's Trending Car list for 2014. The list takes into account the most searched car manufacturers and overall, according to Google, Ford has taken the top spot.

This news rounds off a great 2014 for Ford and Ford dealers in the UK, as shown in this article, and marks the start of what is set to be an even better year for the car manufacturer. In addition to Ford's status as the most searched for car manufacturer in Google search results for 2014, it turns out that the most searched for vehicle was the F-150 truck, which is set to enjoy a promising 2015 in what is being dubbed Ford's "most comprehensive truck marketing campaign ever".

The 2015 F-150 

After being hailed as the most searched for vehicle in America, according tocars.com, the 2015 F-150 is set to do its predecessor justice in the all new campaign. Focusing on the new truck's breakthrough features, the 2015 F-150 is set to be as popular if not more so in Google search as it was in 2014. These breakthrough features include the lightweight aluminium body, which has permitted an incredible 300kg weight saving, and 11 class-exclusive innovations, comprising of the 360-degree camera along with the LED lights and remote tailgate release.

Auto Express' review of the 2015 edition describes it as a ‘complete revolution' and compares its success in America with the Ford Fiesta in the UK. The truck wasn't previously known for being easy on fuel, but now, in the 2015 edition, it promises an improvement between five and 20 percent, engine dependent. Engine choices include a 5.0-litre V8 and two 3.5-litre V6 engines as well as a new 321bhp 2.7-litre V6 EcoBoost engine. 

While the new F-150 isn't yet available in the UK, it won't stop people admiring Ford's innovative handiwork in their new marketing campaign; see the below.

Visit your nearest Ford dealership for information on the latest Ford Motability car selection and latest new Fords to hit the showroom.

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