Within the next two years, Ford will no longer build any small cars in the United States, the automaker said Wednesday.
Production of the Ford (F) Focus and C-Max, the only small cars Ford still assembles in the United States, will be moved to Mexico, according to a Ford spokeswoman. Ford has previously said it was opening a new plant in Mexico that would employ 2,800 workers there.
The Ford Fiesta subcompact is already being assembled in Mexico. The high-performance Ford Focus RS is made in Germany. read more