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  2. Trademarks expire in 10 years if not renewed.
  3. The Cesna Division of Textron Aviation uses it.
  4. Good catch. One of my mental conundrums is I confuse the spelling of the Ford version with the astronomical one! When I read the word, "mature" I will sometimes mentally pronounce it as rhyming with "nature."
  5. Nissan went to court over the Skyline name with Ford. https://www.thedrive.com/news/how-ford-and-nissan-battled-over-the-skyline-trademark-and-why-its-not-over-yet GM used the Citation name back in the 1980s for their X car-so no idea of the status of that.
  6. And Ranger came from Edsel. come to think of it, so did Citation. About a year ago Ford copyrighted the name "Skyline" for use in North America. I wonder if Ford still has the rights to Fairlane and Galaxy?
  7. Lol I remember the Ranger Edge. Hahhahaha I like that one Explorer Edge, good one!
  8. The front end looks liked an EV'd 2016 Explorer IMO
  9. How about Explorer Edge? LOL The Edge name came from the Ranger of all things.
  10. Escort was only two-North America and Europe. IIRC the Lazer was the equivalent in Asia.
  11. I have to say that this is one of the nicest EV interiors I've seen.
  12. Lol maybe ford will change their plans AGAIN and call the new models to be built at Oakville Edge and Nautilus again lol
  13. Well Oldsmobile had Half their cars in the 80's Named Cutlass and different bodies too, not just trim levels.
  14. Yes, a locksmith may be able to replace the remote key for your F-150 at a lower cost than the dealership. Locksmiths often have the necessary tools and expertise to program and replace remote keys for a variety of vehicles. You can search for a local locksmith in your area who specializes in automotive services and has experience working with remote keys for your specific make and model of vehicle. You may also want to compare prices and services offered by different locksmiths to ensure you get the best value for your money. Additionally, some hardware stores and online retailers sell replacement remote keys that can be programmed to work with your vehicle. However, it's important to ensure that the key you purchase is compatible with your specific make and model of the vehicle and that you have the necessary equipment and knowledge to program the key yourself, or else you may need to hire a professional to do so.
  15. Why Explorer? There are not a single detail that suggest this car is a real Explorer. There are many names around for this , in fact, very atractive vehicle. By 2025, Ford will have many Explorers: the ICE original version, this European EV version, the upcoming Sport version of this car and the EV Explorer for NorthAmerica. Is not ridiculous? 4 different Explorers are too many Explorers. 🤪
  16. That is part of the problem with EVs-they don't need a grill for cooling like ICE products do. Its like looking at someone with their eyebrows shaved off. IMO it looks like a cross between a Mach E and a Bronco Sport styling wise. Doesn't look bad, but its a bit meh.
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  18. That front end doesn't warm me up. If this weren't a Ford and therefore I am predisposed to like it, the front end would bother me.
  19. I think the Sport name is official for the 'fastback' model.
  20. I agree with that, but you'll still have two different products competing in the same marketplace come 2025. I don't ever recall Ford having three different products with the same name for sale worldwide.
  21. The vast majority of buyers in the US haven’t the slightest clue of what is or isn’t sold in Europe, nor do they care. I think it’s a non-issue.
  22. The Capri name has been thrown around for this also.
  23. https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/21/ford-explorer-ev-europe.html https://insideevs.com/news/658251/ford-explorer-ev-is-a-vw-meb-based-suv-for-europe-priced-from-48500-usd/ Well the name choice is interesting.... So we have the Explorer (PHEV sold in EU) Explorer EV Then the upcoming CE2 Explorer EV built in Oakville in the next 18 months. I'm guessing the Chicago Explorer becomes the Explorer Classic or something when the BEV version comes out, to hopefully clear up the muddyness of this...jeeze
  24. In the AN article, they mention the second model will carry the Sport moniker: https://europe.autonews.com/cars-concepts/ford-explorer-ev-beats-key-rivals-key-segment
  25. Im already planning on my next new car being my last because of potential nonsense like that. Just locked up the flex long term yesterday because of it.
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