Taking a cue from rivals Honda Motor Co. Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corp., Ford Motor Co. homogenized the styling on the '00 Taurus in hopes of attracting more midsize car buyers. But customers in key Asian countries including Japan, Australia, Thailand and Singapore won't get a chance to see it. That's because Ford has decided not to offer the new Taurus in a right-hand-drive (RHD) version, a move that severely will limit the company's export possibilities of the new sedan. Ford sold about ...

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