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Updated September 8, 2010

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Ford was number two until Toyota bumped them off the fencepost. If Ford wants to retain the number two position, then it must do what Toyota is doing. Afterall that is how Toyota became number two, isn't it?
First, it would be prudent to buy out Mazda completely, or at least bump Ford's stake in the company from 37% to 50%.
Secondly, Mazda should design and manufacture all FWD Ford cars to compete directly with Toyota.

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NEW FORD ESCORT / MAZDA MX5 would be a 2 door 2 seat convertible sport car available with a 2.0L I4 (165hp) engine. [20,000 units]
NEW FORD THUNDERBIRD / MAZDA RX8 would be a 4 door 4 passenger sports car available with a 1.3L R2 (232hp) engine. [20,000 units]
NEW FORD FIESTA would be a FWD subcompact car to compete with Toyota Yaris. Available as a coupe, sedan, or liftback with a 1.5L I4 (106hp) engine. [100,000 units]
NEW FORD FOCUS / MAZDA 3 would be a FWD compact car to compete with Toyota Corolla. Available as a coupe, convertible, sedan, 3 door hatchback, 5 door hatchback, or wagon with a 2.0L I4 (136hp); or optional 2.3L I4 (151hp) engine. [100,000 units]
NEW FORD FAIRLANE / MAZDA 6 would be a FWD midsize sedan to compete with Toyota Camry. Available with a 2.3L I4 (160hp). Replace the optional 3.0L V6 (221hp) with a new 3.5L V6 (263hp) engine. [100,000 units]
NEW FORD MPV / MAZDA MPV would be a AWD/FWD minivan to available with a 3.0L V6 (200hp) engine. [100,000 units]
NEW FORD CROSSROAD / MAZDA CX7 would be a AWD/FWD CUV to available with a 2.3L I4 (244hp) engine. [100,000 units]