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The Ford strategy is different from its competitors, with the company offering an electric drive option of the same vehicle that it offers with a conventional gas engine. The 2011 Focus Electric is usefull link how can i buy levitra in canada a Ford Focus with electric drive, rather than a separate and unique model of car. This gives the company flexibility from a manufacturing standpoint, but it doesn't draw as much attention to the company because the tramadol no prescription overnight electric model looks like the conventional vehicles. Would there be nearly as much buzz if the Nissan Leaf was instead an electric drive Altima?
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