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Edmunds predicts Ford Sales and Market Share will be up in May​

Edmunds.com predicts Chrysler will sell 100,500 units in May 2010, up 27.7 percent compared to May 2009 and up 5.2 percent from April 2010. This would result in a new car market share of 9.3 percent for Chrysler in May 2010, up from 8.6 percent in May 2009 but down from 9.8 percent as in April 2010.

Edmunds.com predicts Ford will sell 189,000 units in May 2010, up 22.4 percent compared to May 2009 and up 16.7 percent from April 2010. This would result in a new car market share of 17.5 percent of new car sales in May 2010 for Ford, up from 16.9 percent in May 2009 and up from 16.6 percent in April 2010.

Edmunds.com predicts GM will sell 212,800 units in May 2010, up 11.7 percent compared to May 2009 and up 15.8 percent from April 2010. GM's market share is expected to be 19.7 percent of new vehicle sales in May 2010, down from 20.8 percent in May 2009 but up from 18.9 percent in April 2010.

Edmunds.com predicts Honda will sell 117,600 units in May 2010, up 22.2 percent from May 2009 and up 3.4 percent from April 2010. Honda's market share is expected to be 10.9 percent in May 2010, up from 10.5 percent in May 2009 but down from 11.7 percent in April 2010.

Edmunds.com predicts Hyundai will sell 80,300 units in May 2010, up 27.5 percent from May 2009 and up 8.5 percent from April 2010. Hyundai's market share is expected to be 7.4 percent in May 2010, up from 6.9 percent in May 2009 but down from 7.6 percent in April 2010.

Edmunds.com predicts Nissan will sell 75,100 units in May 2010, up 11.3 percent from May 2009 and up 17.9 percent from April 2010. Nissan's market share is expected to be 7.0 percent in May 2010, down from 7.4 percent in May 2009 but up from 6.5 percent in April 2010.

Edmunds.com predicts Toyota will sell 163,900 units in May 2010, up 7.5 percent from May 2009 and up 4.6 percent from April 2010. Toyota's market share is expected to be 15.2 percent in May 2010, down from 16.6 percent in May 2009 and down from 16.1 percent in April 2010.

http://www.edmunds.com/help/about/press/163586/article.html
 

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Just doing some figuring based on April percentages:

F-Series should sell around 47,000
Fusion should sell around 22,000
Escape should sell around 22,000
Taurus will have a 4 year high (when it was the Fivehundred)

Ford should comprise around 170,000 of the sales
Mercury should comprise around 10,500
Lincoln at 8500.
 

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One other figure...Ford is at an annulized rate to sell 1,873,421 units with the high summer and december months still to come so we could see 2 million sales at the end of the year. That would around a 400k unit increase from last year.
 

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I am sure the Fiesta will help and with the refresh on the Fusion, Milan, MKZ only helps those numbers increase.
 

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I am sure the Fiesta will help and with the refresh on the Fusion, Milan, MKZ only helps those numbers increase.
It will be the F-Series that does the most. A Slowly but yet still improving economy and lower gas prices (down 30 cents in my area over the month) will greatly improve its sales as it has done over the past few months.
 
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