Ford Motor Company’s luxury Lincoln brand reported 8,168 new vehicle deliveries in September 2018 in the United States, a decrease of 7.2 percent compared to September 2017.
However, the comparison to September 2017 is somewhat distorted, since that period included a sales enabler of pent-up demand and replacement demand following Hurricane Harvey that swept through Texas. Meanwhile, September 2018 experienced a sales disabler due to weather-related impact associated with Hurricane Florence.
Lincoln sales on an individual model basis were as follows:
- Lincoln Continental sales decreased 23.34 percent to 657 units
- Lincoln MKC sales decreased 8.06 percent to 2,258 units
- Lincoln MKT sales decreased 53.21 percent to 131 units
- Lincoln MKX sales decreased 19.45 percent to 1,979 units
- Lincoln MKZ sales decreased 7.68 percent to 1,886 units
- Lincoln Navigator sales increased 77.29 percent to 1,257 units
- High-series Navigator Black Label models spend an average of 12 days on dealer lots
- Transaction prices saw gains of $30,000
- The hottest market for Navigator is California, which saw sales increase 166.7 percent in September
In the first nine months of 2018, Lincoln U.S. sales decreased 9 percent to 75,280 units.
Sales Results - September 2018 - USA - Lincoln
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About The Numbers
- All percent change figures compared to Lincoln September 2017 sales, except as noted
- There were 26 selling days in September 2018 and 25 selling days in September 2017, not considering the aforementioned natural disaster-related disruptions in September 2017
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