USA: Big Three feature removal to cut costs - paper
Detroit's Big Three are trying to reduce vehicle building costs by removing detail features and using cheaper parts, the Detroit News said. The newspaper said Ford plans to remove a number of features from vehicles starting with 2003 models as part of a widespread campaign to cut product development costs as much as $2.5 billion.
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