Ford Motor Company U.S. sales for April totaled 204,651 vehicles, a 4.7 percent decline, but Sales Analyst Erich Merkle says the F-Series posted its best April results in 18 years while the new Expedition was up 29 percent at retail.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) today published its 2018 Proxy Statement and announced the date for the company’s Virtual Annual Meeting. In addition, Ford published its 2017 Annual Report highlighting its progress toward becoming the world’s most trusted mobility company.
On Tuesday, Nov. 14, Joe Hinrichs, Ford Motor Company executive vice president and president, Global Operations, will participate in the Goldman Sachs Industrials Conference 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Ford sales increased 6.2 percent last month, with 200,436 vehicles sold. According to Eric Merkle, Ford Sales analyst, retail performance was up 3.5 percent versus a year ago, with trucks and SUVs leading the way.
Ford Motor Company today is providing a strategic update to investors, detailing plans to leverage its unique product strengths, trusted brand and global scale to refocus and thrive in an evolving and disruptive period for the auto industry.
Customers drove a record 406,464 Ford brand SUV sales in the first half of this year, with Explorer sales increasing 23 percent in June. F-Series continues expanding its sales and share this year, with customers opting for high-series pickups and investing in class-exclusive features that only Ford trucks offer.
Ford F-Series sales grew 10 percent in March, but overall Ford Motor Company U.S. March 2017 sales totaled 236,250 vehicles – a 7 percent decline versus a year ago. Here to reflect on those numbers is Ford sales analyst Erich Merkle.
Ford and its joint ventures in China sold 64,641 vehicles in February, up 2 percent compared to February 2016. Sales in the first two months for Ford, including JVs Changan Ford Automobile and Jiangling Motor Corporation, totaled more than 153,000 vehicles, a 21 percent decrease.
Ford Motor Company’s total December U.S. sales of 239,854 vehicles were up 0.3 percent. Retail sales increased 5 percent last month, with 183,454 vehicles sold – the company’s best December retail performance since 2004.
Growing demand for Ford’s passenger cars and SUVs as well as continued strong sales of commercial vehicles drove Ford total vehicle sales in Europe for the first 11 months of the year to their highest level since 2009.
Ford and its joint ventures in China have sold more than 1 million vehicles in 2016, reaching the milestone one month faster than in 2015. Monthly sales hit an all-time November high of 124,113 vehicles, up 17 percent compared to November 2015.
Ford Motor Company’s overall sales totaled 197,574 vehicles in November – a 5 percent increase versus last year – driven by a 10 percent retail sales gain with 154,114 vehicles sold. Here to explain is Eric Merkle, Ford Sales Analyst.
On Thursday, Nov. 17, Bob Shanks, Ford Motor
Company (NYSE:F) executive vice president and chief financial officer, will host a “Let’s Chat” forum to discuss key items of interest to the investment community.