mobile-menu-icon
Ford Authority

U.S. Ford Motor Company Sales Up Three Percent In December 2022

Ford Motor Company sales increased three percent to 179,279 units during December 2022 in the United States. Sales increased at both FoMoCo brands, Ford and Lincoln.

“Much was accomplished in 2022, with Ford increasing its share of the industry by 0.7 percentage points,” said Vice President, Ford Sales U.S. and Canada, Andrew Frick. “Delivering on our strategy, share expansion came from broad-based growth from our SUV lineup and our all-new EVs growing at twice the rate of the overall EV segment. F-Series was America’s best-selling truck for the 46th consecutive year, outselling our second-place competitor by over 140,000 trucks, and the Bronco family of vehicles increased 51.3 percent. With a strong retail order bank, Ford is well positioned heading into 2023,” he added.

FoMoCo Sales Notes – U.S. – December 2022

Sale types:

  • Total Ford Motor Company sales during December 2022 increased 3 percent to 179,279 units
    • Truck sales totaled 101,649 units, up 10.9 percent total and up 6.4 percent at retail
    • SUV sales totaled 73,759 units, down 4.7 percent total and down 8.7 percent at retail
    • Electric vehicle sales totaled 7,823 units, up 222.6 percent total and up 178.4 percent at retail
  • Ford F-Series sales finished the year with its best monthly sales performance of the year in December with 75,076 trucks sold
    • F-Series share of the full-size pickup segment continued to expand – up 1.2 percentage points in December over last year with 35.6 percent of the segment
    • Positioning truck sales well for the new year, total orders for the all-new 2023 Super Duty now exceed 245,000 trucks
  • Ford EV sales were up 223 percent for December, consolidating its position as the second-largest brand of electric vehicles in the U.S.
    • The F-150 Lightning was the No. 1 electric truck in America in December and the best-selling electric truck in the U.S. since its launch in May with 15,617 electric trucks sold
    • Mustang Mach-E sales climbed 103 percent in December on sales of 4,775 SUVs
  • With improved inventory flow, Lincoln SUVs finished the year strong, with sales up 18.0 percent in December of a year ago on strong Navigator and Corsair sales

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 & Model Sales

Ford sales increased 2.7 percent to 172,013 units:

Lincoln sales increased 17.3 percent to 7,266 units:

During the complete 2022 calendar year, Ford Motor Company sales decreased two percent to 1,864,464 units.

Sales Results - December 2022 - USA - Ford

MODELDEC 2022 / DEC 2021DECEMBER 2022DECEMBER 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022YTD 2021
BRONCO+13.57% 10,4129,168+234.23%117,057 35,023
BRONCO SPORT+14.14% 7,1666,278-7.97%99,547 108,169
E-SERIES-14.53% 3,2533,806-13.39%32,150 37,122
ECOSPORT-81.28% 5602,992-28.20%29,193 40,659
EDGE-39.83% 6,89311,456+0.28%85,465 85,225
ESCAPE-14.05% 9,20010,704-5.53%137,370 145,415
EXPEDITION+10.91% 8,3847,559-24.37%62,007 81,988
EXPLORER-7.78% 19,10320,715-5.55%207,673 219,871
F-SERIES+20.13% 75,07662,496-9.92%653,957 726,004
GT-28.57% 1014-30.77%99 143
HEAVY TRUCKS-4.86% 1,4111,483-4.67%13,539 14,202
MAVERICK-2.52% 5,8786,030+460.94%74,370 13,258
MUSTANG-15.40% 3,8614,564-9.25%47,566 52,414
MUSTANG MACH-E+103.28% 4,7752,349+45.39%39,458 27,140
RANGER-39.02% 4,2646,992-39.84%57,005 94,755
TRANSIT+17.84% 10,0418,521-0.36%99,382 99,745
TRANSIT CONNECT-27.20% 1,7262,371-3.72%25,140 26,112
FORD TOTAL+2.67% 172,013167,545-2.09%1,780,978 1,819,026

Sales Results - December 2022 - USA - Lincoln

MODELDEC 2022 / DEC 2021DECEMBER 2022DECEMBER 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022YTD 2021
AVIATOR+0.79% 1,6531,640+5.03%21,977 20,924
CORSAIR+49.81% 2,7371,827+21.40%27,668 22,790
NAUTILUS+0.82% 1,4811,469-15.58%20,635 24,443
NAVIGATOR+30.74% 1,5951,220-15.51%13,206 15,631
LINCOLN TOTAL+17.29% 7,2666,195-3.96%83,486 86,929

Sales Results - December 2022 - USA - FMC Totals

BRANDDEC 2022 / DEC 2021DECEMBER 2022DECEMBER 2021YTD 2022 / YTD 2021 YTD 2022YTD 2021
FORD TOTAL+2.67% 172,013167,545-2.09%1,780,978 1,819,026
LINCOLN TOTAL+17.29% 7,2666,195-3.96%83,486 86,929
FMC USA TOTAL+3.19% 179,279173,740-2.18%1,864,464 1,905,955

About The Numbers

Further Reading & Sales Reporting

Subscribe to Ford Authority

For around-the-clock Ford news coverage

We'll send you one email per day with the latest Ford updates. It's totally free.

Comments

  1. danno

    the Lincoln numbers for 2021 YTD don’t add up to 86,929.

    Reply
  2. Frank

    Missing in action: 2021 MKZ 1,681 plus Continental 1,460, total 3,141

    Reply
  3. BADIH JOHN MAJDALANI

    Lincoln thanks to very poor management, had its worst year since 2013, but cheer up Lincoln, Buick, with even poorer management had 2022 sales decline nearly 79,000 units or 43.27%.

    Reply
  4. TonyR

    Adding Zephyr and New Nautilus will boost sales in 2023. Throw in a proper Mark9 and Lincoln LS8 built off the S650 and you got a deal!

    Reply
    1. BADIH J MAJDALANI

      Your scenario will not happen since auto executives like Don DeLaRossa are basically nonexistent.

      Reply

Leave a comment

Cancel