DEARBORN, MI – The U.S. fullsize SUV market is even weaker than expected, says Ford Motor Co. Executive Vice President Mark Fields, and that is cause for serious concern as the auto maker gets ready to launch new, critical models into the sector. “The large SUV segment is down about 14% this year,” says Fields, who also overseas U.S. operations as Ford’s president-The Americas. “We always expected a decline, but it’s going at a more accelerated rate, so that’s a bit of a concern for ...
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