• Feb 28th 2009 at 3:31PM
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Late in 2008, Ford revealed that it would be re-tooling several North American plants to build smaller vehicles that will be brought over from Europe over the next several years. One of those is a Louisville, Kentucky truck plant that was expected to make vehicles based off the European Focus. A Louisville TV station is reporting that sources have told them that one of the vehicles coming from the plant will be the Ford Kuga crossover. The Kuga was launched in Europe last year to very positive reviews. If the Kuga is offered in the U.S., its not clear if it will replace the Escape or supplement it. Either way it will make a stylish, smaller addition to Ford's domestic lineup.



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      • 8 Months Ago
      I would buy one of those right now if they were in Canada. Europe has some great vehicles, glad Ford is waking up!
        • 8 Months Ago
        Yes that is why from all the American car companies Ford is the one who need less aid from the govt I am glad Ford listen to what people want.
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