ROMEO, MI – Ford Motor Co. remains on track to decide by year-end if it will launch a small car in the U.S. to help it compete in the B-segment alongside the likes of the South Korean-built Chevrolet Aveo, executives tell Ward’s. Phil Martens, group vice president-product creation North America, says a decision will be made by December whether the auto maker will add a new entry-level vehicle that's smaller than the Focus sedan and hatchback. There have been hints Ford might unveil a ...

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