“We continue matching production with demand,” says Ford Spokesperson Kelli Felker.
Belgium has bought more new Ford Mustangs per-capita than any other country in Europe.
Ford Mustang sales slipped 32 percent in September, allowing the Camaro to take the lead for the month.
The results bested September 2014 and 2015 sales figures.
Seven models were up while 11 were down.
Most of the drop can be attributed to a 21 percent decline in fleet sales.
Ford is on-track to sell over 200,000 performance vehicles in 2016 – almost double the number sold three years ago.
The Ford F-650 and F-750 have sold in greater numbers through August of this year than through all of 2015.
The Bowtie seems to be luring Mustang owners in the face of slipping Camaro sales.
Ford’s new S-MAX minivan steals the No. 1 spot in Europe from VW’s Sharan.
As time goes on, the sixth-generation Ford Mustang only seems to continue solidifying its sales lead worldwide.
Healthy sales of FoMoCo’s luxury brand.
On lower industry volumes.
Ford’s formidable pony car still tops the charts in most of the western world. Should we be surprised?