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The commentaries by Michael Martinez and Richard Truett made several good points about why Ford is discontinuing its car lines. They forgot one thing: Ford doesn't want to be bothered.
As a Ford shareholder who counts three four-doors in his household fleet, I regard Dearborn's decision to discontinue nonluxury sedans as its dumbest since the Edsel, or at least since last year's firing of Mark Fields.
General Motors plans to expand its parts and processing operations in mid-Michigan with a $65 million warehouse.
The average U.S. light-vehicle dealership did a good job managing its fixed operations department last year, figures from NADA Data 2018 indicate.
Toyota and aftermarket accessory maker Yakima are doubling down on the utility in utility vehicles right from the showroom floor.
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