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Old 05-13-2018, 04:09 AM
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The criticism against Ford: passenger cars to be axed

The chairman of Ford motor company is defending their decision to stop making passenger cars. This means we are bidding farewell to the Ford Fusion, C-Max, Fiesta and Taurus. Ford is not the only US manufacturer doing this. Chrysler-Fiat has already said goodbye to The Chrysler 200 and the Dodge Dart back in 2016. GM has also announced the cancellation of many of their car lines.





Ford has taken criticism from the press and it's own board members over the news that it is stopping car production to focus on SUV and truck production. The beef is that Ford is abandoning it's customers by cancelling their car lines. This will leave Ford with the Mustang as it's only car. The newly minted Ford Eco Sport, Ford F-150, Edge, Explorer, Escape, Expedition, and their commercial vehicles round out the lineup.

Wow they are really leaving the buying public with few choices unless you want to buy a four door passenger car.

The rest of the car industry is moving in this direction.






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