Ford Motor Company of Canada reported 22,055 new vehicle sales for the month of October 2014. Though that’s a 2.61 percent decrease on a year-over-year basis, the results have helped the automaker maintain its position as the country’s top-selling automaker year-to-date.
“Our new products, like the 2015 Mustang, Expedition, and Lincoln Navigator, are starting to hit dealerships and have brought more excitement to our showroom floor,” said Dianne Craig, president and CEO, Ford of Canada. “We look forward to continuing to bring highly anticipated vehicles to dealerships, including the all-new 2015 F-150.”
Ford Canada sales highlights (October 2014 vs. October 2013, except as noted):
- Fusion sales up 4 percent
- Fusion Hybrid sales up 6 percent
- Transit Connect sales up 49 percent
- Overall crossover sales grew 9 percent
- Edge sales up 13 percent, its best October on record
- Explorer sales up 4 percent
- Expedition sales up 69 percent
- Overall Lincoln sales jump 49 percent
- Lincoln MKZ Hybrid sales jump 60 percent
Ford’s Oakville Assembly plant is continuing to ramp up its transformation into an advanced global manufacturing facility as it prepares for the production of the all-new 2015 Ford Edge. which is now a global vehicle, as it will be exported to more than 100 countries beginning in 2015 helping to meet growing global demand for Ford utility vehicles.
October 2014 - Canada - FoMoCo Summary
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