Ford Motor Company Mexico Sales Decrease 16 Percent In January 2020

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Ford Motor Company Mexico sales decreased 16 percent to 4,302 units in January 2020 compared to January 2019 results. Sales decreased at both of FoMoCo’s brands – Ford and Lincoln.

Despite the negative behavior in Ford Motor Company Mexico sales last month, Ford Transit saw sales double on an annual basis.

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Brand & Model Sales

Ford sales decreased 17 percent to 4,172 units:

Lincoln sales decreased 5 percent to 130 units:

Sales Results - January 2020 - Mexico - Ford

MODELJAN 2020 / JAN 2019JANUARY 2020JANUARY 2019
ECOSPORT-29.07% 327461
EDGE-34.57% 5381
ESCAPE-23.58% 295386
EXPEDITION-20.83% 7696
EXPLORER-59.75% 64159
F-SERIES-21.46% 8821,123
FIGO-22.94% 1,1321,469
FUSION-54.84% 2862
MUSTANG+4.40% 9591
POLICE INTERCEPTOR SEDAN* 1*
RANGER+7.64% 634589
TRANSIT+119.92% 585266
FORD TOTAL-16.69% 4,1725,008

Sales Results - January 2020 - Mexico - Lincoln

MODELJAN 2020 / JAN 2019JANUARY 2020JANUARY 2019
AVIATOR* 12*
CONTINENTAL-50.00% 12
MKC+4.88% 4341
MKX-36.00% 1625
MKZ-40.00% 610
NAUTILUS* 24*
NAVIGATOR-52.54% 2859
LINCOLN TOTAL-5.11% 130137

Sales Results - January 2020 - Mexico - FMC Totals

BRANDJAN 2020 / JAN 2019JANUARY 2020JANUARY 2019
FORD TOTAL-16.69% 4,1725,008
LINCOLN TOTAL-5.11% 130137
FMC MEXICO TOTAL-16.38% 4,3025,145

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Ford Motor Company Mexico sales in January 2019 sales, except if noted

Further Reading & Sales Reporting

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Written by Deivis Centeno

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