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Ford Argentina Sales Decrease 39 Percent In February 2020

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Ford Argentina sales decreased 39 percent to 2,467 units in February 2020 compared to February 2019 results. The figures place Ford as the sixth best-selling auto brand in Argentina, behind Volkswagen, Renault, Toyota, Chevrolet and Fiat.

In contrast to Ford’s negative sales performance, sales of the Ford Ranger increased in a healthy manner in February. Meanwhile, the Ford F-150 registered 29 units in its first month on sale since its official launch in Argentina.

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Model Sales – Month

Individual model sales performance was as follows:

During the first two months of the 2020 calendar year, Ford Argentina sales decreased 37 percent to 7,313 units.

Sales Results - February 2020 - Argentina - Ford

MODELFEB 2020 / FEB 2019FEBRUARY 2020FEBRUARY 2019YTD 2020 / YTD 2019 YTD 2020YTD 2019
ECOSPORT-18.19% 688841-28.28%1,950 2,719
F-SERIES* 29**29 *
FIESTA-88.73% 39346-86.60%151 1,127
FOCUS-77.16% 82359-72.38%303 1,097
KA-49.42% 8271,635-35.91%2,549 3,977
KUGA-62.50% 924-45.61%31 57
MONDEO-57.50% 3480-44.92%130 236
MUSTANG-50.00% 12+116.67%13 6
RANGER+5.16% 733697-7.21%2,097 2,260
TRANSIT-66.67% 1236-68.22%34 107
FORD TOTAL-38.65% 2,4674,021-36.90%7,313 11,589

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Ford Argentina sales in February 2019, except if noted

Further Reading & Sales Reporting

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Written by Deivis Centeno

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