Ford India Ltd. is targeting sales of 50,000 cars worldwide in 2002. Ford India sold 15,000 locally made Ikons, including its seven variants, in the domestic market last year, while 28,000 were shipped to Mexico and South Africa as complete-knock-down kits. Through May, domestic sales of the Ikon totaled 7,500 units and exports reached 13,455. Sales of the import-only Mondeo hit 443 units in India during the first five months. There are no plans to launch any new Ikon models or ...

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