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Canadians make Ford the top-selling auto brand for the 13th consecutive year

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. – 2021 Full Year-Over-Year Highlights:


  • Ford is the best-selling auto brand in Canada for the 13th consecutive year
  • Ford is the best-selling automaker in Canada for the sixth consecutive year
  • Ford F-Series is the best-selling pickup in Canada for the 56th consecutive year
  • Ford F-Series is the best-selling vehicle in Canada for the 12th consecutive year
  • Ford sales up 1.7%, driven by trucks and SUVs
  • Ford Escape sales up 9.3%
  • Ford Explorer sales up 1.0%
  • Ford Ranger sales up 3.3%
  • Ford E-Series sales up 9.5%
  • New Vehicles (Bronco, Bronco Sport, Maverick, Mustang Mach-E) combine for more than 21,000 units sold


  • Lincoln sales up 5.0%
  • Lincoln Corsair sales up 23.7%
  • Lincoln Aviator sales up 5.3% - Best Year on Record
  • Lincoln Navigator sales up 8.4%

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. – Q4 Year-Over-Year Highlights:


  • Ford sales up 18.9%, driven by trucks and SUVs
  • Ford F-Series sales up 17.8%
  • Ford F-150 sales up 23.3%
  • Ford F-Series Super Duty sales up 9.0%
  • Ford Explorer sales up 5.7%
  • Ford Expedition sales up 17.0%
  • Ford E-Series sales up 8.1%


  • Lincoln sales up 16.0%
  • Lincoln Corsair sales up 61.4%
  • Lincoln Aviator sales up 39.6%

OAKVILLE, Ont., January 5, 2022 – In another tumultuous year due to the lingering COVID-19 pandemic, Ford of Canada rose to the peak of the automotive industry as the top-selling brand for the 13th consecutive year. Ford F-Series – which adds the all-new, all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning in 2022 – was once again the best-selling pickup and nameplate, marking 56 years in a row of truck leadership and 12 straight years as the top-selling vehicle in Canada. Consumers flocked to well-known vehicles like the Ford Escape, Ford Explorer and Ford Ranger, while also lining up for new standouts like the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E, the iconic Ford Bronco, the rugged Ford Bronco Sport and the versatile Ford Maverick.

“With all of the challenges that faced Canadians in general, and our industry specifically, one thing remained true through 2021 – consumers continue to trust Ford to deliver the vehicles and services they are looking for more than any other automotive brand,” said Bev Goodman, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. “And we’re continuing to evolve and expand our offerings, with Canada’s first-ever standard hybrid pickup – the Ford Maverick – moving quickly on arrival at dealerships, the highly anticipated all-electric F-150 Lightning coming later this year, and the launch of Ford Pro – a new business dedicated to revolutionizing our commercial business to deliver even more value for our customers.”

Lincoln had a remarkable year, with sales up five per cent annually and 16 per cent for the fourth quarter. Lincoln Aviator had its best yearly sales on record, while Corsair and Navigator also posted gains, as the brand continues to redefine what luxury means to Canadians.

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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

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