December 03, 2013

Ford US sales increase 7 per cent overall in November; retail sales up 9 per cent for best November since 2004

Ford Motor Company's November US sales of 190,449 vehicles are up 7 per cent overall compared with last year. Retail sales are up 9 per cent, for the best November performance since 2004.

The November retail sales performance of 147,021 vehicles reflects
broad-based gains, with passenger cars up 6 per cent, utilities up 3 per cent and trucks up 17 per cent. Ford passenger cars achieved the best November retail sales result since 2002, with Ford Fusion and Ford Fiesta both posting records.

"We continued to see sales increases across our full family of vehicles - particularly with our passenger cars and utilities in conquest coastal markets - helping us post our best November retail sales performance since 2004," said John Felice, Ford Vice-President, U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service. "Fusion and Fiesta were particular standouts, setting November records, and Ford trucks maintained their strong selling pace."

Fusion sales of 22,839 vehicles for the month are up 51 per cent year over year, for the car's best-ever November sales performance. Fusion sales continue to expand fastest in the western US, where retail sales are up 79 per cent - including a 101 per cent increase in California. Fiesta also had its best-ever November sales performance with 4,642 vehicles sold.

Ford F-series continued its pace of selling more than 60,000 trucks for the seventh straight month, strengthening its position as America's best-selling pickup and best-selling vehicle for another consecutive year. Sales of 65,501 F-series trucks in November represents an increase of 16 per cent compared with a year ago.


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