The hoopla over its hulk may have subsided in recent weeks, but Ford Div. President James G. O'Connor still flinches as the question is asked. How does Ford Motor Co. address attacks regarding the Excursion's gargantuan heft and the indelible mark many feel such heft will imprint on the environment? Very carefully, apparently. “We will not always please every customer, but I think we've addressed all those issues,” Mr. O'Connor says. To put a positive face on the Excursion, Ford has ...

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