Calling it the “best December sales since 2006,” Ford reports sales gains in cars, utilities and trucks that mark 2012 as a banner year for the company.
Check out December and full-year statistics here.
Ford Motor Company’s U.S. sales grew across the board in 2012, with cars up 5 percent, utilities up 7 percent, and trucks up 2 percent for the year. Overall, the Ford brand ended 2012 with 2,168,015 vehicles sold – the only brand to top 2 million U.S. sales.
- Ford Motor Company delivers U.S. sales gains across its lineup in 2012 – with cars up 5 percent, utilities up 7 percent and trucks up 2 percent
- F-Series sales up 10 percent for year; now America’s best-selling pickup for 36 years and best-selling vehicle for 31 years
- Ford commercial truck sales up 7 percent in 2012, marking the best sales year since 2008
- December total company sales up 2 percent – with the strongest December since 2006
Sales of Ford’s small cars were up 29 percent in 2012, with 316,006 vehicles sold, and overall car sales were up 5 percent in 2012, with 760,646 sold.