Ford Sales Up By 19 Percent In 2010

Since we’re reporting sales success of the major American car makers let’s stick with it, and see how the otehr Detroit giant, Ford, has done.

Well, in brief, pretty darn well! Ford’s full-year sales totaled 1.935 million, up 19 percent versus a year ago – the largest increase of any full-line automaker.

Ford’s December retail sales were the highest for any month since August 2009, up 17 percent versus a year ago. Total sales (including fleet deliveries) were 190,976, up 7 percent versus a year ago. The total sales result include a 40 percent reduction in deliveries to daily rental customers.


Ford has also laid a great plan for 2011 to keep the momentum and keep going up the hill, relying on new high quality products such as the Explorer and the Focus.

“With our balanced line of high-quality, fuel-efficient products, we have a solid foundation to deliver more sales and improved results in 2011,” said Ken Czubay, Ford vice president, U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service. “Consideration for Ford is increasing beyond our traditional areas of strength – signaling that the seeds of growth already have taken hold.”

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