April 18, 2012

Ford China sells 121,393 vehicles in Q1

Ford China sold 121,393 wholesale vehicles in the first quarter, compared to 140,566 sold from January to March in 2011. In March, Ford China sold 49,439 wholesale vehicles, compared to 55,292 vehicles in March 2011.

“Ford’s aggressive plans in China are
on schedule,” said David Schoch, Chairman and CEO of Ford China. “We recently began production of the New Focus at our Chongqing plant. This is the first of 15 new vehicles we will be bringing to China and it is already generating strong customer interest.”

Changan Ford Mazda Automobile (CFMA) sold 27,374 Ford-brand wholesale vehicles in March compared to 33,113 last year.

Jiangling Motors Corporation (JMC) Ford's commercial vehicle investment in China, sold 22,005 wholesale vehicles this month compared to 21,892 wholesale vehicles in March 2011.


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