VIENNA – The new Ford B-Max multipurpose vehicle manufactured since June at the Ford Romania plant in Craiova, Romania, will remain the factory’s only model, at least for a while. “We will stay with one vehicle model in the 100,000- to 150,000-volume range for the foreseeable future,” Wolfgang G. Schneider, Ford of Europe vice president-governmental, environmental and legal affairs, tells WardsAuto. “And that will be the B-Max.” The executive says ...

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