The results bested September 2014 and 2015 sales figures.
Articles: By The Numbers
Seven models were up while 11 were down.
Most of the drop can be attributed to a 21 percent decline in fleet sales.
Healthy sales of FoMoCo’s luxury brand.
On lower industry volumes.
The pony car continues to make impressive sales gains year-over-year.
Ford says that the decline is a result of “lower retail demand”.
The MKZ and MKX were up, while the rest were down.
Fleet sales were up, while retail sales were down.
MKC, MKX and MKZ were up, while the other models were down.
The automaker saw sales increase in key segments during the month.
Sales of both the Ford and Lincoln brands were up.
The Ford brand was down while Lincoln was up.
The next-place contestant — the Chevy Silverado — sold over 20,000 units less.