2007 Ford Fusion
“Is it more important to the
No, an “American” car or truck is one built by a U.S.-based company that supports primarily
And should Americans buy “American” out of patriotism. No, but they should carefully consider U.S.-brand vehicles — now that most are competitive or better in design, engineering, quality, and fuel economy — out of their own economic self-interest. Because whatever business they are in, every time “Detroit” and its struggling U.S. auto suppliers shed another 10,000, or 20,000, or 30,000 American workers, that multiplies to hundreds of thousands who can no longer afford whatever goods or services their own employers sell.
Think about it.
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Site beats out
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Company may need more dramatic cuts.
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But is anyone else is in the game?
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Big $3.6 billion quarter offsets sluggish Japanese sales.