Stronger-than-expected sales of Ford Motor Co.'s Edge and Lincoln MKX cross/utility vehicles drove the struggling auto maker's retail sales in May to their highest level this year, although down 3% compared with year-ago on a volume basis. Earlier this month, reports indicated Ford was expecting retail deliveries to rise, but a slower-than-expected Memorial Day weekend took the wind out of the company's sales. “Up to Memorial Day weekend things were progressing consistently and pointing ...

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