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Ford’s Car Escape

The humble sedan will soon be an afterthought to the company that built the American car industry.

BLAME CHANGING TASTES and the perceived safety of SUVs for why Ford’s thousands of U.S. dealerships will soon be nearly devoid of new sedans and

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