The Ford Fusion surpassed the Nissan Altima in retail sales in April, marking the first time a domestic midsize sedan has ranked among the top-3 best-sellers in the segment since July 2002, the auto maker’s top U.S. sales analyst says. Over the past decade, a domestic midsize sedan may have cracked the top three, but “not at retail,” says George Pipas, noting April marked the best-ever sales month for the Fusion. “This is good stuff.” In April, the Fusion racked up 18,321 deliveries, a ...

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