Ford Motor Co. has changed its mind about dropping the Escort sedan from its lineup and instead will sell it side-by-side with the all-new Focus sedan, Ward's has learned. At the unveiling of the new Focus at the Detroit auto show in January, Ford said production of the Escort sedan and wagon would end this summer. Instead, the automaker soon will announce that Escort sedan production will be shifted to its Hermosillo Stamping & Assembly plant in Mexico, an apparent move to better ...
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