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Lincoln Mexico Sales Decrease 35 Percent In October 2020

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Lincoln Mexico sales totaled 100 units in October 2020, a decrease of 35 percent over October 2019.

Lincoln sales on an individual model basis were as follows:

In the first ten months of 2020, Lincoln Mexico sales decreased 41 percent to 787 units.

Sales Results - October 2020 - Mexico - Lincoln

MODELOCT 2020 / OCT 2019OCTOBER 2020OCTOBER 2019YTD 2020 / YTD 2019 YTD 2020YTD 2019
AVIATOR+120.00% 2210+1,066.67%210 18
CONTINENTAL+200.00% 31-45.24%23 42
CORSAIR* 19**104 *
MKX-100.00% 016-69.41%67 219
MKZ-26.67% 1115-53.78%55 119
NAUTILUS-81.82% 633-35.94%82 128
NAVIGATOR+11.43% 3935-36.60%246 388
LINCOLN TOTAL-35.06% 100154-41.40%787 1,343

The Ford Authority Take

Lincoln Mexico sales decreased significantly in October, a circumstance that has taken place during each of the first ten months of the 2020 calendar year. The luxury brand continues to experience negative performance in the Mexican market, primarily due to the sustained decrease in automobile demand in the country, which is further weakened by the effects of COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite overall poor performance last month, three Lincoln models managed to significantly increase their sales in October: Aviator, Continental and Navigator, which is once again become the brand’s best-selling model in Mexico.

Additionally, the new Corsair posted its best monthly performance yet in the country.

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Lincoln Mexico sales in October 2019, unless noted otherwise

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  1. Roy Chile’s

    The Genesis G80 is what the Lincoln MKZ real name Zephyr should have been To bad there’s NO CARS PEOPLE working for Ford- Lincoln any more with enough sense to know this. This is what you get when a American Luxury Company start trying to live off SUVs, let Ford field that market

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