Lincoln U.S. Sales Increase 22.4 Percent To 8,785 Units In January 2017

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January 2017 sales of Ford Motor Company’s Lincoln premium luxury brand increased 22.4 percent to 8,785 units in the United States.

Lincoln sales on an individual model basis were as follows (vs January 2016, except as noted):

Sales Results - January 2017 - USA - Lincoln

MODELJAN 2017 / JAN 2016JANUARY 2017JANUARY 2016
CONTINENTAL* 1,167*
MKC+16.16% 1,6681,436
MKS-96.28% 20538
MKT-48.51% 260505
MKX+42.69% 2,9282,052
MKZ+7.40% 2,0901,946
NAVIGATOR-6.86% 652700
LINCOLN TOTAL+22.40% 8,7857,177

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Written by Alex Luft

Ford Authority founder with a passion for global automotive business strategy.

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    • And yet, millions of people “remember” which BMW, Mercedes, Audi is which by their alpha-numeric nomenclatures… all of which are much more popular than Lincoln. Nearly the same goes for Cadillac, Infiniti, Lexus, Volvo and Jaguar.

      • Lincoln only has alpha, no numeric! As they expand their car, crossover, and suv lineup there is no way to follow the logic of the Germans. So….why not be different and be American!! And actually name the cars!!

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