Ford Motor Co. says it has no plans to sell its new 3-door Focus in Mexico but will offer the U.S.-built sedan and wagon. While the 3-dr. will be built at the company's Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly plant and sold in the U.S. and Canada in the first quarter of 2000, a Ford spokesman in Mexico says the car won't be offered there so as not to “confuse consumers” with other Ford models. As for the Focus sedan and wagon, Ford hopes to sell 8,500 units this year and at least 25,000 units in ...

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