In a move that reflects the higher cost of raw materials, Ford (F) is raising the prices of its 2011 models by 0.4% per vehicle, or about $117. This is the second price increase this year, but a Ford spokesperson says the increase has been in the works "for months" because of higher commodity costs.
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