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223Fusion couldn't outsell Toyota Camry even if Ford wanted it to, which it apparently doesn't

"I don't think we're very enamored with being Number One just to be Number One," Ford Global Marketing Vice President Jim Farley says of his expectations for the 2013 Ford Fusion. Interest in the Fusion spiked after the 2013 model's premium-look sheetmetal made a splash at this month's Detroit Auto Show, so it's natural to expect that Ford wants to grab the sales volume brass ring. After all, the Ford Taurus was the best-selling car in the U.S. for nearly half of the 1990s, but Farley points out

40Ford Fusion will be brand's first 200,000-unit car since 2004

2010 Ford Fusion Sport – Click above for high-res image gallery

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