Ford's latest Fusion Hybrid is stealing sales from Toyota. Photo credit: Ford Motor Co.
Ford didn't make a big impression when it started building hybrids a few years back, but lately its gains have been hard to miss. Ford has already sold more hybrids in 2013 than it did in all of 2012, and Ford's market share is booming - just as sales of Toyota's Prius are falling behind.
Is there a new hybrid sheriff in town? In this video, Motley Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at the latest sales numbers on Ford's green cars - and explains why Ford's hybrid success is a very good thing for the company's shareholders.
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