SAO PAULO – Ford Argentina SA is beginning to produce the Ranger pickup with an engine fueled by natural gas in an effort to increase sales to farmers and ranchers. “The new model can reduce fuel expenses for farmers and ranchers by as much as 50% and should appeal to the agricultural sector,” says Product Manager Ricardo Flammini. He says Ford is counting on the new model to help it regain leadership in the pickup sector. General Motors Argentina took over the top spot in the segment ...

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