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Ford F-150 Production Decreased In April 2024

The refreshed 2024 Ford F-150 entered production some time ago, though early on, that process was paused due to a supplier parts issue. F-150 production hit another snag as the automaker completed its normal quality reviews prior to shipping any units to dealers, which meant that a considerable number of trucks were being stored at various locations near the automaker’s Dearborn-based headquarters for some time. With all of that sorted, Ford F-150 production ramped up in March and deliveries began the following month. However, Ford F-150 production actually decreased in April, according to the automaker’s latest sales report.

In March, Ford F-150 production at the Dearborn Truck plant totaled 27,535 units, which was 93 units or 0.3 percent fewer than February. At the Kansas City Assembly plant, production increased by 591 units or around 2.4 percent to 25,738 units. This means that total Ford F-150 production in March came out to 53,272 units, which represented a month-over-month increase of 498 units or 0.94 percent.

Last month, Ford F-150 production totaled 24,065 units at the Dearborn Truck plant, which is a decrease of 3,470 units or nearly 13 percent versus March, while the Kansas City plant built 27,524 F-150 pickups, which is an increase of 1,786 units, or almost seven percent. Regardless, total Ford F-150 production between the two plants declined by 1,684 units, or just a tad over three percent.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the refreshed 2024 Ford F-150 has gained a number of updates for the new year, aside from the typical front and rear styling revisions. Those include a revamped trim level lineup with the addition of the new Platinum Plus model, the newly available Pro Access Tailgate, a standard 12-inch infotainment screen, and the turbocharged 2.7L V6 EcoBoost has become the new standard powerplant, to boot.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Dtyme086

    Ford is just becoming fruit loop

  2. Chris schramm

    Why does ford keep advertising for people order vehicles when they can’t even fill the orders they have already accepted. I ordered a vehicle that went into production at the end of April. That was a month ago. It is my understanding it is sitting in Dearborn michigan on a lot and I havnt heard anything about it in weeks. Why does ford keep advertising for customers to order vehicles when they can’t even fill the orders they have. What a joke.


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