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Ford Repositions Business In China, February Sales Decline

 

Overall Ford Motor Company China sales totaled 47,483 vehicles in February, a 30 percent decline year over year. Key points include:

 

  • The year-to-date sales for Ford Motor Company in China totaled more than 123,000 units, a 23 percent decrease year over year.
 
  • Monthly sales for Changan Ford Automobile (CAF) totaled more than 31,000 vehicles, down 27 percent compared to February last year.
 
  • The year-to-date sales for CAF totaled more than 78,000 vehicles, down 28 percent compared to the same period in 2017.
 
  • Jiangling Motor Corporation (JMC) sold nearly 13,000 vehicles in February, down 39 percent compared to February 2017.
 
  • The year-to-date sales for JMC totaled more than 35,000 vehicles, down 14 percent compared to the same period in 2017.
 
  • Monthly sales of Lincoln reached nearly 2,700 vehicles in February, a 9 percent decrease compared to February 2017.
 
  • The year-to-date sales for Lincoln totaled nearly 7,700 vehicles, about flat year over year.

 

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About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company is one of the world's largest automotive companies and is headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, USA. The company's core business includes designing, manufacturing and selling high-quality cars, SUVs, trucks and electric vehicles as well as luxury Lincoln models, and providing after-sales services. At the same time, Ford Motor Company also provides auto credit services through Ford Automotive Finance (China) Co., Ltd., and is actively promoting the company's leading position in electrification, autonomous driving and smart mobility. At present, the company employs approximately 191,000 people worldwide.


Ford Motor (China) Ltd. was established in 1995 in the Chinese market to provide consumers with a wide range of Ford and Lincoln branded products and services. Ford currently offers the following models in China: Ford F-150 Raptor, Ford Ranger Wildtrak, Ford Explorer, Ford Everest, Ford Edge, Ford Kuga, Ford Territory, Ford EcoSport, Ford Taurus, Ford Mondeo, Ford Mondeo PHEV, Ford Focus, Ford Escort, Ford Mustang, Ford Focus RS, Ford Focus ST, Ford Tourneo and the new Ford Transit brand, and the Lincoln brand, and its luxury models such as Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln Nautilus,  Lincoln MKC, Lincoln Continental, Lincoln Aviator and Lincoln MKZ. Ford has more than 37,000 employees in China, and its wholly-owned and joint ventures include: Ford Motor (China) Co., Ltd., Ford Automotive Engineering Research (Nanjing) Co., Ltd., Ford Motor Research and Testing (Nanjing) Co., Ltd., Ford Motor Finance (China) ), Ford Motor Finance Leasing (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Changan Ford Motor Co., Ltd. and Jiangling Motors Co., Ltd.

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