DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co. is seeking a quick ascendancy to all-wheel-drive leadership in the U.S. car market and is counting on a trio of products coming in 2004 to help it get there sooner rather than later. The auto maker currently only offers AWD on the Ford Explorer, Mercury Mountaineer and Lincoln Aviator in its domestic brand lineup, in addition to the Jaguar X-Type and five of the eight Volvo brand products on U.S. roads. Ford will offer AWD as an option on the Freestyle. ...
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