SAO PAULO – Ford Motor Co.'s Fusion midsize sedan has been well received by the Brazilian market since its full-fledged arrival in June. Based on the Mazda6 platform and built at Ford's Hermosillo, Mexico, plant, the Fusion currently is sold in Brazil in just two colors, black and silver. It replaces the Mondeo sedan in Brazil. The Fusion competes with the locally produced Chevrolet Vectra; Honda Accord imported from Mexico; Volkswagen Passat shipped from Germany; and Citroen C5 and ...
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