Ford Motor Co.’s days of relying on profit-heavy trucks and SUVs officially are over, as the auto maker’s passenger-car lineup accounted for 62% of its April sales. “This is a number that really shocked me,” says Jim Farley, group vice president-marketing and communications. “Changing mix probably was the biggest theme in April.” For the month, Ford deliveries totaled 196,313. That’s an 18.2% decline compared with year-ago, according to Ward’s data, which is adjusted for selling days – ...
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