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Ford reportedly will base Fusion sedan production in China

It's a bit of a mystery, since Ford says it won't import Chinese Fusions here

It's the latest move in CEO Jim Hackett's streamlining strategy.

Ford cuts production at 5 plants, has big backload of cars including Mustang

Ford's unsold inventory stretches up to 162 days on the Continental

The shutdowns will affect 15,000 people.

Ford investing $1.3B in Mexican plant that builds Fusion, MKZ

Ford must be expecting the 2013 Fusion to be a hit when it arrives in showrooms this fall. As a way to make sure that demand won't outstrip production, Ford is investing $1.3 billion in its Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly facility. Hermosillo currently employs over 3,300 workers, and as part of its investment, Ford will be a

You may have to wait a while to get a 2010 Ford Fusion hybrid

One of the highlights of the redesigned Ford Fusion that will debut in less than two weeks is the new hybrid model. The new Fusions, along with the Mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ, will start production in December shortly after the LA Auto Show at Ford's Hermosillo, Mexico assembly plant. In spite of that, it won't be readily available just yet. Unfortunately, it appears that people

Ford supplier halts shipments in dispute and idles Hermosillo plant

Last Friday Ford supplier Collins & Aikman Corp. halted shipments to the Blue Oval's Hermosillo plant in Mexico over a price dispute. The cut in supply forced the plant to go idle for one shift, which resulted in Ford losing 400 units of the popular Fusion, Mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ. Collins & Aikman supplies Ford with complete interiors for these vehicles, and the dispute was over a price increase the supplier was trying to obtain from the embattled automaker.