When I first heard that Ford would abandon nearly all of its U.S. car lines — sayonara, C-Max, Fiesta, Focus, Fusion, Taurus — leaving only the niche Mustang, I thought the company was crazy. America's obsession with SUVs is, without a doubt, at a high point, but it's always been cyclical. That cycle is dependent on low gas prices, and a company without fallback products would appear to be highly vulnerable.
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