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Ford Continues to Lead in Full-Size Pickups

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. – May Highlights:

Ford

  • Total F-Series sales increase 5% – Best May on Record
  • Ford F-Series Super Duty sales increase 8% - Best Month Ever on Record
  • Ford F-150 sales increase 4% - Best May on Record
  • Ford Explorer sales increase 9%
  • Ford Focus sales increase 7%
  • Ford Fusion Energi sales increase 187%
  • Ford Fusion Hybrid sales increase 172%
  • Ford E-Series sales increase 18%

Lincoln

  • Lincoln MKX sales increase 6%
  • Lincoln Navigator sales increase 11%
  • Lincoln MKT sales increase 457%

 

OAKVILLE, Ont., June 1, 2018 – For Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd., another month brings another set of sales records for Ford F-Series, Canada’s top-selling trucks for 52 years and counting. Overall sales of F-Series were the best on record for the month of May, while Ford F-Series Super Duty saw best ever sales for the second consecutive month.

“Canadians continue to tell us that the innovations in Ford F-Series pickups are exactly what they are looking for in a truck,” said Mark Buzzell, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. “As we work towards delivering the freshest vehicle lineup in the industry by 2020, this success is a good reminder of what we can achieve when we deliver the vehicles, features and experiences consumers value most.”

The Canadian-built Lincoln MKX had a strong month with sales up six per cent, while the Lincoln Navigator remained popular with luxury customers, seeing an 11 per cent sales increase.

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

May 2018 Vehicle Sales

 

 

2018

 

2017

 

% Change

Total Vehicles

 

 

 

May 

January-May

33,357

34,486

-3.3

124,438

127,591

-2.5

Total Cars

 

 

 

May

Januy-May

4,634

5,610

 -17.4

15,299   

16,361

-6.5

Total Ts

 

 

 

May

January-May

 

28,723

28,876

-0.5

109,139  

111,230

-1.9

 

About Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

About Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

Ford of Canada’s operations include a national headquarters, three regional offices, three vehicle assembly and engine manufacturing plants, two parts distribution centres, two R&D sites, and three Connectivity and Innovation centres. Ford employs approximately 8,000 people in Canada, while an additional 18,000 people are employed in the more than 400 Ford and Ford-Lincoln dealerships across the country. For more information, please visit www.ford.ca.

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