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FoMoCo South Korea Sales Decrease 14.5 Percent To 861 Units In January 2019

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A total of 861 Ford Motor Company vehicles were registered in South Korea in January 2019. The results represent a 14.5 percent decrease compared to January 2018. Sales decreased at both Ford and and Lincoln.

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Ford sales sales decreased 16 percent to 649 units:

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Lincoln sales decreased 9.4 percent to 212 units:

Sales Results - January 2019 - South Korea - Ford

MODELJAN 2019 / JAN 2018JANUARY 2019JANUARY 2018
EXPLORER-12.97% 537617
MUSTANG+196.97% 9833
TAURUS-41.67% 1424
FORD TOTAL-16.04% 649773

Sales Results - January 2019 - South Korea - Lincoln

MODELJAN 2019 / JAN 2018JANUARY 2019JANUARY 2018
CONTINENTAL-2.86% 6870
MKC+100.00% 2814
MKX-38.81% 4167
MKZ-9.64% 7583
LINCOLN TOTAL-9.40% 212234

Sales Results - January 2019 - South Korea - FMC Totals

BRANDJAN 2019 / JAN 2018JANUARY 2019JANUARY 2018
FORD TOTAL-16.04% 649773
LINCOLN TOTAL-9.40% 212234
FMC SOUTH KOREA TOTAL-14.50% 8611,007

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Ford Motor Company Korea January 2018 sales, except as noted
  • South Korea sales figures represent vehicle registrations rather than raw sales volume

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