Ford Motor Co. says its Focus was the world's best-selling passenger car nameplate in 2000 and predicts it could supplant F-Series as the top-selling vehicle if trends continue. An exhaustive look at worldwide sales figures, complicated by regional record-keeping variances, concludes Ford dealers sold 941,938 Focus models in 2000. Close behind is the Volkswagen Golf with worldwide unit sales of 846,933. “We asked each of our affiliates to report the sales of the best-selling products in ...
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