Ford Motor Co. will continue building the current-model F-150 in Mexico after the truck’s next generation launches in the U.S. in 2004, Ward's has learned. The current iteration of Ford’s hot-selling flagship will be built in low volumes through 2005 at the auto maker’s assembly plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico, a Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V. spokesman says. Ford F-150 It will be badged "Classic" and sold only in the Mexican market, with limited equipment, a source adds. The ...

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