NEW YORK – Ford Div. is vowing to reverse a 7-year slide that has seen its light vehicle market share fall from 21.6% in 1995 to just 17.5% in 2002. “We need more work on the share side," admits Ford Div. President Steve Lyons at a press conference here. "I have my eyes set on an 18% market share this year. I think we're going to make that." Replacement for Windstar (above) expected to boost Ford minivan sales. Despite the drop last year – Ford’s penetration fell 1.5 points in ...
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