CHICAGO – Ford Motor Co. may delay plans to pull its giant Excursion SUV and mainstream Taurus sedan from its lineup. Excursion production was slated to end next August, but resilient demand may stay the execution, says Ford Div. President Steve Lyons. "Some thought is being given to continuing (Excursion),” he says. “We're selling 2,000 a month, but even if sales go to 1,000 we could keep it in the lineup. Ford sells 2,000 Excursions per month. “We're not being forced to ...

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