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Topic - Bennie Fowler
Cam McDaniel scored on a 7-yard run following a questionable pass interference call, one of several penalties that hurt Michigan State, as Notre Dame beat the Spartans 17-13 Saturday for their 10th straight home win.
Customers are as happy with the new F-150's V-6 EcoBoost engine as with their favorite V-8, as Ford proves consumers will move in large numbers to smaller engines.
Ford may need to make quality Job 1 again.
Detroit is back on top.
"The F-150 is a symbol of how Ford is reinventing its lineup to lead the industry in fuel economy and quality," says Bennie Fowler, Ford Group Vice President, Global Quality and New Model Launch. "We have demonstrated with our EcoBoost engines that we can deliver new technology with great fuel economy improvements and leading quality."
Bennie Fowler, Ford's group vice president for quality, said the company is taking the customer feedback seriously and is working to continuously improve vehicles.