CANBERRA – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. says the average price increase for its new BA Falcon MkII range has been held to just 0.8%. A wide range of creature comforts such as cruise control, automatic headlamps and a new 6-speed manual transmission now are included in the Falcon lineup as standard equipment, says Marketing and Sales Vice President Bruce McDonald. "The combination of exciting locally designed and engineered product, and a sharp pricing strategy will further ...
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