Baffling decision by Ford, the king of baffling decisions. The Puma is not only a competitive product among B-class crossovers (a hot segment on both sides of the ocean) it actually looks great. And the Ford Ecosport is one of the worst cars on the market today, particularly when you factor in value, it's junk-a Nissan Kicks blows it away. And it will be 10 years old soon for a vehicle designed for 3rd world markets..
The Ecosport will eventually have to be replaced being the sales flop that it is. Why wouldn't Ford import the Puma as it's logical replacement? Is this just typical Detroit gatekeeping good products away from American buyers, as they are known for?