Where Did the Ford Cars Go?

2017 Ford Taurus Red

If you have visited any Ford dealerships lately you might have noticed an absence of Ford sedans and coupes. The popular Ford Focus and Taurus have been dropped from the lineup along with the C-Max hybrid which was only available in select locations. The Ford Fiesta and Fusion will also be discontinued soon leaving the Mustang as the only choice in the every-day driver Ford car segment.

According to recent press releases, Ford has been losing money on its car lineup for several years and will focus (no pun intended) efforts on new crossovers, SUVs and trucks. The company anticipates that by 2020 almost 90 percent of the Ford portfolio for North America will be trucks, utility and commercial vehicles.

While new Ford dealers are seeing a decrease in Ford car inventory, used car dealers like Honda of Atlanta will most likely see more pre-owned Ford cars in their inventories. The number of Ford cars to hit the used vehicle market is expected to increase as rental car agencies and Ford lease customers trade in models that are out of production.

Used car shoppers now have a wider selection of recent model, low mileage Ford cars to choose from. If you are looking for a reliable, efficient and well equipped coupe or sedan you will probably find exactly what you are looking for at our Used Car Dealership in Marietta, GA.  We invite you to browse our inventory for photos, vehicle details, mileage and pricing, then stop by for a test drive.