U.S. Ford Motor Company Sales Decrease 3 Percent During 2019 Calendar Year

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Ford Motor Company sales decreased by 3 percent to 2,422,698 units during the 2019 calendar year in the United States. Sales decreased at the Ford brand, while increasing at Lincoln.

“America’s best-selling brand for the past decade is on a roll. F-Series celebrates 43 years as the country’s favorite truck and 38 years as its overall vehicle, and Transit stood at the top of the van podium again”, said Mark LaNeve, Ford vice president, U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service.

“We promised a winning portfolio and that’s what we’re delivering with more on the way, including Mustang Mach-E, an all-new F-150 and the return of Bronco. It’s going to be an exciting year for new product at Ford,” LaNeve added.

FoMoCo Sales Notes – 2019 Calendar Year

  • Total Ford Motor Company sales during the 2019 calendar year decreased 3 percent to 2,422,698 units
    • Ford did not provide any information on retail vs. fleet deliveries, a significant and notable departure from the way it previously reported sales (on a monthly basis)
  • Ford truck sales for the year, including pickups and vans, climbed 9.1 percent with more than 1.24 million trucks sold.
    • As America’s best-selling commercial van line, Ford’s overall van sales totaled 240,529 units in the year – a 10.5 percent gain.
  • Combined sales of F-Series and Ranger totaled almost 1 million pickups at 986,097 vehicles for the year – an increase of 8.4 percent.
    • F-Series achieved its 43rd straight year as America’s best-selling pickup
    • Ranger sales totaled 89,571 in 2019
  • Ford Expedition posted its best results in over a decade
  • EcoSport had its best sales year since launch
  • Lincoln SUVs had their best annual sales results since 2003, on sales of 87,893 SUVs

Inventory & SAAR:

  • Ford did not provide inventory or SAAR information, representing a notable change in the details provided by Ford for its sales reporting

Brand Sales – 2019 Calendar Year

  • Ford sales decreased 3.5 percent to 2,310,494 units
  • Lincoln sales increased 8.3 percent to 112,204 units

Sales Results - Q4 2019 - USA - Ford

MODELQ4 2019 / Q4 2018Q4 2019Q4 2018YTD 2019 / YTD 2018 YTD 2019YTD 2018
C-MAX-100.00% 0213-99.43%38 6,683
E-SERIES+12.73% 12,83711,387-5.99%45,063 47,936
ECOSPORT-12.39% 14,05116,038+19.06%64,708 54,348
EDGE+6.93% 37,62135,184+3.28%138,515 134,122
ESCAPE-23.47% 47,58762,178-11.33%241,388 272,228
EXPEDITION+71.62% 24,26714,140+58.11%86,422 54,661
EXPLORER-14.62% 48,08356,316-26.09%168,309 227,732
F-SERIES+1.58% 233,952230,312-1.41%896,526 909,330
FIESTA-51.91% 7,31515,212+16.27%60,148 51,730
FLEX+48.12% 6,1474,150+20.56%24,484 20,308
FOCUS-100.00% 013,078-88.99%12,480 113,345
FUSION-33.92% 32,13748,636-4.35%166,045 173,600
GT+75.00% 4224+81.75%229 126
HEAVY TRUCKS+0.32% 3,1343,124+36.49%16,510 12,096
MUSTANG+20.40% 17,12414,223-4.42%72,489 75,842
POLICE INTERCEPTOR SEDAN-95.01% 881,762-53.58%3,427 7,382
POLICE INTERCEPTOR UTILITY-61.82% 3,2018,385-44.58%18,752 33,839
RANGER* 33,059**89,571 0
TAURUS-89.00% 7696,988-65.43%9,924 28,706
TRANSIT+17.73% 36,88531,331+11.67%153,868 137,794
TRANSIT CONNECT+17.27% 10,2088,705+30.31%41,598 31,923
FORD TOTAL-2.22% 568,507581,386-3.48%2,310,494 2,393,731

Sales Results - Q4 2019 - USA - Lincoln

MODELQ4 2019 / Q4 2018Q4 2019Q4 2018YTD 2019 / YTD 2018 YTD 2019YTD 2018
AVIATOR* 6,424**8,323 0
CONTINENTAL-23.89% 1,8452,424-24.80%6,586 8,758
CORSAIR* 7,549**25,815 0
MKT-49.07% 275540+45.78%3,388 2,324
MKZ-17.26% 4,0804,931-10.71%17,725 19,852
NAUTILUS+129.70% 7,7273,364+10.98%31,711 28,573
NAVIGATOR+14.75% 5,4554,754+4.58%18,656 17,839
LINCOLN TOTAL+17.83% 33,35528,307+8.32%112,204 103,587

Sales Results - Q4 2019 - USA - FMC Totals

BRANDQ4 2019 / Q4 2018Q4 2019Q4 2018YTD 2019 / YTD 2018 YTD 2019YTD 2018
FORD TOTAL-2.22% 568,507581,386-3.48%2,310,494 2,393,731
LINCOLN TOTAL+17.83% 33,35528,307+8.32%112,204 103,587
FMC USA TOTAL-1.28% 601,862609,693-2.99%2,422,698 2,497,318

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Ford Motor Company sales for 2018 calendar year, except if noted

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Written by Deivis Centeno

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  1. The Corasir is just beginning to reach dealer lots. How did it sell 25,000 units already ? I smell something fishy.

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