Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. is joining the move to use space-saving spare tires in its new vehicles, saying a fullsize spare gives it no commercial advantage in the market. The Falcon model range will have the smaller spare tires as standard equipment beginning in October, Ford Australia President Tom Gorman says. Ford criticized competitor GM Holden Ltd. when it launched its VE Commodore range with a space-saving spare last year, saying it had no plans to follow suit. “Since ...

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