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Ford has fared extremely well of late here in the U.S., but according to a recent report, top brass at the Blue Oval are bracing for what may be a dismal outlook in European sales in the coming years.
With the 2013 Ford Fusion sedan, the automaker is introducing automatic start-stop, a feature it says can save consumers as much as $1,100 over the course of five years.
Ford is dead serious in establishing its “car cred” as a domestic alternative to fuel-efficient vehicles usually attributed to the foreign makes.