Lincoln Retail Sales Rising as Continental is Revealed in New York
By Chris Rahi Kassab | Apr-02-2015 7:00 AM ET
Lincoln took center stage this week at the New York Auto Show with the reveal of the all-new Continental Concept, and the brand isn’t showing any signs of slowing down...
Rising income, growing families drive buyers to big people haulers, SUVs
Automotive News China
Yang Jian | 2014/5/9
SHANGHAI -- Full-sized people haulers and SUVs used to be a tiny and stagnant segment of China's vast passenger vehicle market. In the past, only rich people and businesses...
DEARBORN – Ford’s leadership in utility vehicle sales in North America is well documented. In fact, a 10 percent rise in sales from 2012 to 2013 made Ford North America’s top-selling utility vehicle brand for the seventh-consecutive year. What is notable however, is the rise in popularity of...
Ford sees 12 million sales rate in December; transaction prices rising
December 15, 2010
DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. expects U.S. industry sales in December to match those of the past couple of months -- an annual sales rate of around 12 million vehicles.
But the average...
Ford's Rising Sales in China Top U.S.
Monday December 6, 2010
Ford Motor Co. has revealed that its sales in China grew 35% during November, surpassing its 24.3% sales growth in the U.S. The automaker sold 56,829 vehicles during the month in China compared with 147,338 vehicles in the U.S...
Ford exec sees US auto sales rising in August
By DAN STRUMPF and BREE FOWLER (AP)
NEW YORK — A top Ford executive expects industrywide U.S. auto sales to rise for the first time in more than two years this month, thanks largely to the government's Cash for Clunkers program.
Sales may have...
FORD INCREASES PRODUCTION OF FOCUS AT WAYNE ASSEMBLY TO KEEP UP WITH RISING SALES
WAYNE, Mich., April 15, 2008 – Ford Motor Company said today that North American production of the Ford Focus will increase by nearly 30 percent in 2008 to keep pace with strong demand for the newly redesigned...
Automotive News | March 17, 2008 - 1:00 pm EST
MUMBAI (Reuters) -- Faced with rising borrowing costs as a global credit crunch deepens, India's Tata Motors Ltd. is keen to close a deal to buy Ford Motor Co.s Jaguar and Land Rover luxury brands by the end of this month.
At the same time...