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Ford January Retail Sales Outpaced Overall Industry Retail by Four
Percentage Points on Strong Truck and SUV Sales; F-Series Starts The
Year As America’s Best-Selling Truck; Ford Brand SUVs Post Record
January Start; Lincoln SUVs Post Best Retail Sales In 20 Years


  • Ford started the year strong with January retail sales outpacing the estimated overall retail industry by four percentage points on strong truck and SUV Sales. F-Series begins the year as America’s best-selling truck outselling all competitors again in January. Ford brand SUVs posted best-ever January start and Lincoln SUVs had their best start in 20 years.
  • Ford January sales represented a very healthy mix with a strong focus on retail results, with gains in trucks and SUVs more than offsetting our year-over-year car losses.
  • Ford brand SUVs posted a new record retail sales start in January, due to the launch of the all-new Bronco Sport and continued strong performance of America’s best-selling mid-size SUV. Bronco Sport sales totaled 8,050 as it continues to ramp up while turning on dealer lots in just 11 days. Explorer posted its best retail sales start in 17 years.
  • Ford January total truck sales including pickups and vans posted their best January retail sales start since 2008. Based on total sales, Ford begins the year as America’s No. 1 seller of trucks.
  • Building on 44 straight years of sales leadership – New F-150 – just two months into launch – is turning at a record pace of just 13 days while posting a retail sales increase of 6.4 percent. Super Duty retail sales were up 17 percent for the month.
  • Ranger retail sales increased 4.8 percent in January, making it Ranger’s best retail sales start since 2005.
  • Mustang Mach-E now shipping as inventory continues to arrive on dealer lots. Days to turn on dealer lots for Mustang Mach-E is very fast at just 4 days. Overall, Ford electrified vehicle sales jumped 18.5 percent in January as momentum grows for F-150, Escape, and Explorer hybrids.
  • Lincoln SUVs provided best retail sales start to the year in 20 years. January Corsair retail sales represent a record start for Lincoln in the small premium SUV segment.



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Those numbers say volumes but I wonder how things would look without a Pandemic and the government shenanigans.
I can see why Ford is no longer making cars, I bet a few other models go away.
55 k F series sold, Nice
The bronco Sport only 3k ish less than the well established Escape,, I'll want to see those numbers again this summer..
 
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I bet those 99 Broncos were sold to a 3rd part R&D firm for more testing.
 

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