DEABORN – Ford Motor Co., already having announced it will cut light-truck production in the short term, is pushing its new cross/utility vehicle lineup, trotting out the ’07 Ford Edge and Lincoln Aviator at the North American International Auto Show next month in Detroit. Both vehicles, built on the Mazda6 platform, represent Ford’s gradual steer toward lighter and more fuel-efficient models in the midst of a collapse of the auto maker’s light-truck sales, which through November were down ...
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