Ford Motor Co. posts its first year-over-year sales increase since January as rising passenger-car sales boost the auto maker’s September deliveries by 4.7%. Ironically, its best-selling car was the Ford Taurus, currently sold only as a fleet vehicle. Production of the storied nameplate ends this month after 21 years and approximately 7 million sales. The move is aligned with Ford’s Way Forward restructuring plan, which will see the closure of its assembly plant in Atlanta. The decision ...
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