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U.S. Lincoln Sales Increased 5 Percent In May 2021

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Lincoln sales in the United States increased 5 percent to 8,143 units during May of 2021.

Individual model sales performance was as follows:

During the first five months of the 2021 calendar year, U.S. Lincoln sales increased 14 percent to 44,021 units.

ModelMay 2021 / May 2021May 2021May 2020YTD 2021 / YTD 2020YTD 2021YTD 2020
Aviator+32.5%1,9271,454+34.2%10,8578,088
Continental-46.6%171320-46.3%1,1972,231
Corsair+16.2%2,3482,021+38.7%12,2838,858
MKZ-90.8%1011,100-69.1%1,6065,199
Nautilus+7.8%2,1041,951+23.2%10,0858,183
Navigator+65.6%1,492901+45.2%7,9935,506
Total+5%8,1437,752+15.3%44,02138,183

The Ford Authority Take

Lincoln sales in the United States increased once again in May. The results represent the third consecutive month of growth for FoMoCo’s luxury brand in the U.S. market.

It’s worth noting that May results are notably lower than the 45 percent jump in March as well as the 115 percent increase rise in April. However, the increases in March and April were exaggerated by lower-than-usual sales figures during the 2020 months, during which stay-at-home orders began as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As has been the case in recent months, Lincoln’s strong performance in May was supported by higher sales across its entire utility portfolio. The model that grew the most compared to May 2020 was the Lincoln Navigator, posting a 66 percent increase.

For its part, the Lincoln Corsair regained its previously-established position as the brand’s best-selling model in the United States, after falling to the Aviator in April.

About The Numbers

  • All percent change figures compared to Lincoln U.S. sales for May 2020, unless noted otherwise

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