The Ford Fiesta will have a & # 39; done in Brazil, from where Argentina arrives, in the middle of the Ford restructuring that includes the closure of the plant in Sao Paulo, where that model was collected.
The decision is in addition to its decision, according to its & # 39; May Focus will have stopped in the Pacheco planet in Buenos Aires "Due to the blood that suffered the middle department in Argentina and Brazil".
The Fiesta or Focus will not be taken directly in the production of Brazil and Argentina, said Ford spokesman. TN.com. He said that the decision to abandon these vehicles was "to be strengthened by its product ports with SUVs and construction, to grow better among users ".
From Ford Argentina they also made sure TN.com & Maybe the Fiesta stopped selling locally next year: falling by 50% for this year, the stock reached 2020.
The history of the Fiesta dates back to 1976, when it emerged in Europe. The model has been seven generations. The last one was sold in 2016.
So, without the Fiesta or Fócas, the Ford donation in the Argentine market has been involved in the modules Ka, Ecosport, Kuga, Mondeo, Mustang, Ranger and F-150, which will come in this year.
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In addition to the end of Fiesta, Ford stopped selling trucks in Argentina and Brazil.
As stated, Sao Bernardo do Campo Brasilia will close this year and how it will be done and marketing on Fiesta and Cargo, F-4000 and F-350 timber Continuation until stock has been demolished.
Closing the plant Ford costs about $ 460 million, with the US $ 100 million for speed reduction and damage and US $ 360 million to pay staff, assistants and suppliers.
The company said that important capital investments would need to be able to; Compliance with the company that they would still be working in Sao Bernardo do Campo market needs and high regulatory costs, no impossible way for profit ".
So, he ensured that the closure was an "important step" to bring back a stable profit to jobs in South America. In trucks, Ford was The best brand fourth in Brazil in 2018, with 12% of the market, behind Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Volvo.