I’d like to hear from TAS auto columnist Eric Peters about this, but I don’t really understand why Ford seems to be losing money every bit as rapidly as GM. I’ve driven a few different models from each automaker during the past few years and have found the Fords to be much tighter and more rewarding to drive. The GM’s have simply made me yearn for my 2000 Honda Accord.
What gives? Why can’t Ford get ahead?
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