CHICAGO – Ford Motor Co. is looking to gain back some lost glory this fall when its new entry bows in the bread-and-butter sedan sector. The auto maker hopes buyers, accustomed to stodgy designs in the middle-car segment and an aging fascia on Blue Oval passenger cars, will see enough appeal with the new Ford Fusion that its expectations of 170,000 deliveries annually will be met. The expected volume equals about 1 point of share, based on current projections for the U.S. market. Ford ...
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