Multiple sedans leave U.S. market due to low demand
According to multiple unofficial sources, Ford stopped the production of its Fusion (a.k.a. Mondeo) sedan in the United States on July 31. Other marques followed suit; let us draw up a list.
Buick has decided to discontinue the Regal, pointing out that SUVs amounted to 90% of its total sales last year.
General Motors shows the same trends, dismissing the Chevrolet Cruze and Impala, as well as the Cadillac CT6.
Ford reconsiders its priorities in favor of even more SUVs and crossovers. A new utility vehicle will eventually fill in the gap left by the Fusion. Bronco and Bronco Sport will enter production soon, Mustang Mach-E is nearly ready, and rumors predict a compact pickup truck with Maverick badge on it.
Last but hardly least, the opulent Lincoln Continental saloon will also say goodbye to America later this year.
In the end, Ford plans to restructure its range so that off-road capable vehicles make up around 90%. Despite this, the European Mondeo should stay on the market for a while longer.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
Source:Forma car News
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