Ford Motor Co. expects the Ford Grand C-Max cross/utility vehicle to address missed opportunities from which the auto maker is suffering as North American consumers downsize. Based on Ford’s new global C-segment platform, which also will underpin the new Ford Focus due next year, the Grand C-Max will feature seating for seven. And this configuration is gaining popularity among C-car buyers, says Mark Kaufman, Ford’s small-vehicle marketing manager. Ford decided to launch the Grand C-Max ...

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