Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V.’s F-Series pickup, known as the “Lobo” in Mexico, is garnering much attention these days, most of it unwanted. Sales have taken a hit due to the truck’s popularity among the much-publicized Mexican drug cartels. In the year’s first 10 months, F-Series deliveries in Mexico were down 22.1%, compared with year-ago, to 16,620, according to Ward’s data. Although sales saw a 4.2% uptick last month to 1,643, they still trailed September by 20.1%. At a press ...
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