Ford Motor Co. says its Fusion sedan may be the product it needs to retake momentum, and market share, from its Asian competitors. The Fusion continues to fly off dealer lots at a steady pace, with 57,398 units sold year-to-date, according to Ward’s data. Perhaps more importantly, some Ford dealers are beginning to notice a trend they haven’t seen since the glory days of the Ford Explorer in the early 1990s. “The Fusion is clearly the first truly competitive entry Ford has delivered ...
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