Thursday, June 21, 2012

Lights Out for Ford's U.S. Market Ranger as Production Comes to an End

After a career spanning close to three decades with more than 6.6 million sales, Ford has decided to cease production of its Ranger light-pickup truck on December 19 and close its 86-year old Twin Cities Assembly Plant in Minnesota.
With the demise of the Ranger, Ford is leaving the light-truck segment, which it has led for no less than 18 years.

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