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With Ford releasing an updated Falcon BF and Holden dropping a new Commodore for '06, Ford expects the soft Australian large-car market to rebound, claiming that the age of the two cars is the reason for flagging sales in the segment, not increased fuel prices. Currently, Ford's got a 10-week supply of vehicles Down Under: equivalent to 21,000 cars, which they're hoping to liquidate via a cash-back incentive program to fight Holden's GM Employee Pricing program.

Ford confident new range will save large cars [The Age, Australia]

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