Mustang almost exclusively sold in North America since its introduction in 1964.
Is the Ford Mustang about to escape its North American corral and gallop to Europe? If the reaction from European consumers is any indication, it’s a distinct possibility. Roelant de Waard, Ford of Europe vice president-marketing, sales and service, says the auto maker has been attempting to gauge Europeans’ interest in the fabled pony car. “We’ve asked the European audience if they want the Mustang,” de Waard tells WardsAuto. “The response so far ...
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