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2011 Ford Explorer: The new Explorer, coming later this year, is built on the Taurus platform and will seat seven passengers with three rows of seats while delivering 25 per cent better fuel economy than the outgoing Explorer. The company has not released pictures of the new model; it has only authorized teaser, silhouette-like photos.

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2012 Ford Focus: This is the European-bred model and it rides on a global platform intended to account for a total of two million in sales. The new Focus arrives early next year. Ford of Canada CEO Dave Mondragon expects the new Fiesta and Focus to double Ford’s passenger car sales in Canada.

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2012 Ford Grand C-Max: Developed in Europe, this mid-size passenger van is scheduled to go on sale in late 2011. It is essentially a minivan, but to stay away from that stigma Ford is calling it a multi-activity vehicle.

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2012 Ford Escape: The next Escape SUV is expected to be based on the European-bred Ford Kuga crossover (shown here), which is already on sale in Europe.

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