July 01, 2014

Ford June 2014 US sales declined 6 per cent from last year

Ford Motor Company June 2014 US sales of 222,064 vehicles declined 6 per cent from a year ago. Retail sales of 145,989 vehicles declined 5 per cent, while fleet sales of 76,075 vehicles declined 7 per cent.

"Both the Fusion and Transit Connect set records in June,
continuing their sales momentum," said John Felice, Vice-President, US Marketing, Sales and Service. "F-series again topped 60,000 sales and is tracking to our inventory plan with the lowest incentives among the major players in the segment."

Fusion sales totaled 27,064 vehicles last month - a best-ever June performance. Fusion retail sales are up 22 per cent and 14 per cent overall. Fusion continues to outperform in the West, with retail sales up 24 per cent in that region.

Transit Connect posted a best-ever sales month, following record sales in May. Transit Connect sales totaled 4,573 vehicles - a 29 per cent gain over 2013. Retail sales increased 55 per cent, with strong sales coming from Transit Connect Wagon.

Deliveries of Ford's all-new Transit van began at the end of June, with total sales of 490 vehicles.

Lincoln sales were down 3 per cent, with 7,271 vehicles sold in June, as the new MKC begins to arrive in showrooms. Lincoln sales are up 16 per cent year-to-date through June, a trend that is expected to accelerate as the MKC launch ramps up during the next few months.


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