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    Will an ST ever make it back to America?

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    Do you guys see it happening?

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    Not with the direction Ford is taking by removing every small car from it's lineup. At least not for a 5+ years IMO.

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    The veloster N is looking more appealing now that Ford has left us high and dry. I live in South Texas, and there are so many trucks and SUVs here it's insane. I wish people appreciated small fun to drive cars more!

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    Will an ST ever make it back to America?

    I see ford knocking on the door of bankruptcy in 5-10 years if we’re being honest. Credit rating in the crapper, surrendering an entire market, an electric mustang suv/crossover?!?!, disorganization, a billion in lost profits from trade wars, and a floundering/haphazardly thrown together plan for the future. Under Hackett Ford will be lucky to see 2030.

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    I know. but I love my 18 f-150 2.8 tt 28 mpg on LA fwys can't wait to put her on the road. but I can't seem to get out of the FiST, on 100 mile trips. Oh well Vegas for the next big gun show. Sucky drive thou. 2 million cars on a 10 thousand car road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zanethan View Post
    I see ford knocking on the door of bankruptcy in 5-10 years if we’re being honest. Credit rating in the crapper, surrendering an entire market, an electric mustang suv/crossover?!?!, disorganization, a billion in lost profits from trade wars, and a floundering/haphazardly thrown together plan for the future. Under Hackett Ford will be lucky to see 2030.
    I gotta agree wholeheartedly with your assessment. If we get a gas crunch Ford is toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zanethan View Post
    I see ford knocking on the door of bankruptcy in 5-10 years if we’re being honest. Credit rating in the crapper, surrendering an entire market, an electric mustang suv/crossover?!?!, disorganization, a billion in lost profits from trade wars, and a floundering/haphazardly thrown together plan for the future. Under Hackett Ford will be lucky to see 2030.
    I 100% agree with this statement....I don't even call him Hackett...Its Hatchet with what way he is taking ford...I don't even capitalize the F in ford anymore.
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    No, I don't ever see the ST or the Fiesta returning to the US markets. I also don't see Ford going under. The strategic plan is aligned with the market and future market. I give Hackett another year with the current stock price decline before he is out. That won't change things too much because the product portfolio is already changing to align with the market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TyphoonFiST View Post
    I 100% agree with this statement....I don't even call him Hackett...Its Hatchet with what way he is taking ford...I don't even capitalize the F in ford anymore.
    Perhaps we'll see cars like this?....Veeery good for wintertime

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRGT350 View Post
    No, I don't ever see the ST or the Fiesta returning to the US markets. I also don't see Ford going under. The strategic plan is aligned with the market and future market. I give Hackett another year with the current stock price decline before he is out. That won't change things too much because the product portfolio is already changing to align with the market.

    Future market can change as it has in past. People always want what we don’t have.

 

 
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