FLAT ROCK, MI – Ford isn’t officially revealing how many ’13 Fusion midsize sedans it will build at the plant here, but the auto maker’s manufacturing chief says volume likely will exceed the Mazda6 it replaces. “Mazda6 sales were quite variable over the last couple of years, and we hope (the) Fusion has steadier demand, so that should result in more production,” James Tetreault, vice president-North America manufacturing, tells WardsAuto at an ...
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