What Ford Cars Are Being Discontinued?
Aug 31, 2018 - 1 minute read
This year, Ford announced that it was phasing out traditional sedans in favor of its popular line of crossover SUVs. If you’re wondering what that means for the current crop of Fords, check out our guide to which Fords are sticking around and which ones aren’t.
Why Is Ford Discontinuing Sedans?
Ford is looking to the future, with a greater focus on the models that drivers love. Discontinuing sedans is part of a bigger business plan to save money and better compete with other automakers. The decision to stop producing cars was also due to a decline in demand, the company said.
Which Ford Cars Are Staying?
Ford will continue to make these cars: Ford Focus Hatchback, Ford Mustang
It will also keep producing these crossovers and trucks: Ford EcoSport, Ford Escape, Ford Edge, Ford Flex, Ford Explorer, Ford Expedition, and Ford F-150
It might sound like Ford’s big cutbacks will make it harder to shop for the right vehicle, but the automaker remains dedicated to producing a model for every kind of driver.
The all-new 2018 Ford EcoSport is the perfect replacement for Ford cars like the Fiesta and Focus sedan. This small crossover is both family-friendly and fuel-efficient, giving you everything you love about your Ford sedan and adding a dose of sporty utility. Behind the rear seats, you’ll find 20.9 cubic feet of cargo space for your sporting goods and grocery bags.
The modern Ford lineup will continue to provide a vehicle for every kind of buyer, whether you’re looking for a city-friendly people hauler or a rugged off-road ride. With Ford’s modern infotainment capabilities and safety features, you can do everything from make hands-free phone calls to avoid hitting a vehicle that’s lurking in your blind spot.