At Ford, we use technologies such as cookies and pixels to make the website more user-friendly and to be able to tailor content relevant to you. Here you can set the type of cookies you want to accept and read more about their purpose.
What is a cookie?
These cookies are needed for you to be able to use the site and its functions. Without these, most functions on the site cannot work.
Performance cookies collect data about how visitors to use the page. For example, they tell us where our visitors most often click, if they get error messages, etc. These cookies do not collect any data that identifies the visitor. All information collected is anonymous. This data is only used to improve how this page works.
These cookies allow the site to remember choices you make. This includes your username, language settings, locations. These cookies can also remember any settings you have made for text size, fonts and other parts you have chosen to customize. They can also be used to provide access to services you have used such as watching videos or commenting on the blog. The information collected can be anonymized and therefore cannot track your browsing history and activity on other web pages.
Marketing cookies are used to deliver more relevant ads tailored to your interests. They are also used to limit how often you see a particular ad and measure how effective those ads are. The ads are usually published through an ad network that remembers your browsing history, and this information is shared on the network. Often these cookies are linked to functionality on the website delivered by a third party Some of our pages may contain images called Web Beacons that allow us to count the number of users who visited a page. These only collect requested information such as cookie number, date and time, and a description of the page. We may also use Web Beacons from third-party marketers. These do not contain any personal information and are only used to track the effectiveness of a particular marketing campaign.