DEARBORN, MI – Early demand for the new-for-’11 Ford Fiesta B-car remains strong, despite arriving in the U.S. this month amid relatively stable gasoline prices, a top Ford Motor Co. executive says. “It’s still low,” Mark Fields, president-Americas, says of gasoline prices, which according to the American Automobile Assn. averaged $2.70 per gallon across the nation Wednesday. “But when you look at the B- and C-segments over the last five years, that segment has consistently grown ...
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