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Ford remains best-selling auto brand in Canada for the 10th consecutive year

Ford F-Series is Canada’s best-selling truck for 53 years in a row

2018 Highlights:

Ford

  • Ford is the best-selling auto brand in Canada for the tenth consecutive year
  • Ford is the best-selling automaker in Canada for the third consecutive year
  • Ford is the best-selling SUV brand in Canada for the second consecutive year
  • Ford F-Series is the best-selling pickup in Canada for the 53rd consecutive year
  • Ford F-Series is the best-selling vehicle in Canada for the ninth consecutive year
  • Ford Explorer sales increase 6%
  • Ford has the best-selling lineup of commercial vehicles in Canada
  • Ford Transit Van sales increase 25%
  • Ford Transit Connect sales increase 14%
  • Ford E-Series sales increase 20%

Lincoln

  • Lincoln Navigator sales increase 81%
  • Lincoln MKC sales increase 6%

December Highlights:

Ford

  • Ford Mustang sales increase 28%
  • Ford Fiesta sales increase 58%
  • Ford Flex sales increase 191%

Lincoln

  • Lincoln sales increase 15%
  • Lincoln MKX/Nautilus sales increase 48%
  • Lincoln MKC sales increase 37%
  • Lincoln MKZ sales increase 5%
  • Lincoln Continental sales increase 3%

OAKVILLE, Ont., January 3, 2019 – For the tenth consecutive year, Ford is the best-selling automotive brand in the country. A repeat industry leader, the Ford F-Series remains Canada’s favourite pickup for the 53rd consecutive year, as well as the best-selling vehicle in Canada for the ninth year running. Further to these accomplishments, in 2018 Ford had the top-selling lineup of utility vehicles and commercial vehicles.

“We take pride in being Canada’s top-selling automotive brand for the tenth consecutive year,” said Tim Witt, vice president of Sales, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. ”We‘re committed to focusing on the products and attributes consumers value most. In 2019, we’re excited to introduce Canadians to the all-new Ford Ranger, the all-new Ford Explorer, the all-new Ford Escape, the all-new Lincoln Aviator and more great vehicles.”

Lincoln continued its growth in 2018, with overall sales increasing one per cent, led by an 81 per cent increase for the flagship Lincoln Navigator and a six per cent increase for Lincoln MKC. Lincoln sales were also up 15 per cent in December.

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

December 2018 Vehicle Sales

 

 

2018

 

2017

 

% Change

Total Vehicles

 

 

 

December

January-December

16,082

17,565

-8.4

298,078

308,669

-3.4

Total Cars

 

 

 

December

January-December

1,145

1,579

-27.5

30,380   

37,623

-19.3

Total Trucks

 

 

 

December

January-December

 

14,937

15,986

-6.6

267,698

271,046

-1.2

 

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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