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TSLA seems to be the outlier here. Ford isn't all that different from many of the others. The entire sector seems to need an infusion of investor money right now. As a group, they are up an average of 2.3% today.
Hi JS, Re: Ford sedans................ The Fusion is one of the vehicles to be phased out over the next few years. I hate to see the loss of sedans from their product mix but appreciate the current sales trend toward SUVs. If we do see higher fuel prices maybe the sedans will make a come-back.
I'm on my second Flex which is based on the Taurus chassis. So when the Taurus goes, probably that will end the Flex as well. They've been great traveling vehicles. Maybe not that pretty on the outside, but it's hard to beat the long wheelbase and luggage capacity for traveling. Reasonable fuel economy as well.