CANBERRA – Despite slowing sales of large vehicles here, Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. President Tom Gorman says the auto maker will not be panicked into a major re-engineering of its Falcon large-car range. "There won't be a 4-cyl. Falcon," Gorman tells a media briefing. He attributes the country's changing sales pattern not just to rising fuel costs, but also to the increasing affluence of Australian families who no longer own just one large sedan. Gorman says the number of ...

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