SEMA conducted a recent survey of accessorizing trends among 16-to-27 year-olds and found that most of them actually own Fords. Honda comes in fourth in ownership. Of those that plan to customize their car Ford comes in #1 again and Honda is third. Diddge is second in both categories. What does that tell us? Not much since the Civic still came out on top as the car model that is most likely to be customized and the Ford Focus came in third. But add a fifth place by Mustang and 6th by the Taurus (really, a Taurus?) propel Ford to the top. But in new car sales I'd think only the Mustang is a coveted custom vehicle. If you're going to work on a Focus wouldn't you buy used instead of paying for slightly refreshened inteior?
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