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Will Ford Bring Back Its Big SUVs?

Ford's (NYSE: F  ) full-sized SUVs, the Expedition and its Lincoln Navigator twin, were stars during the big SUV's heyday -- but that was a long time ago. With the truck they're based on set to be replaced soon, will Ford bring its big beasts back for another round?

In this video, contributor John Rosevear looks at how the Expedition's sales have declined in recent years -- and at Ford's plans for the future of its big SUVs.

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  • Report this Comment On May 11, 2013, at 10:49 AM, Gettinitagain wrote:

    I'm not highly concerned with the big SUV, but I'd really like to see a truely new Ranger PU.....I think Ford has made a huge error by not revamping it. I've heard there's a Ranger in Europe that's supposed to be great, but never to be imported here...again think big mistake...btw I still have my '86 Ranger with over 275k miles...

  • Report this Comment On May 11, 2013, at 11:24 AM, TMFMarlowe wrote:

    Ford does indeed have a new Ranger that is supposedly quite good. I know it's being built in Thailand, but it won't come here.

    There's a deeper reason why, but I don't know the whole story... it may have to do with the union and whatever Ford agreed to when they closed the Twin Cities Assembly Plant. I'm not sure, but I'll inquire.

    Thanks for watching.

    John Rosevear

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