Ford’s 2013 sales year has gone so well that the automaker is confident it will finish at the top-selling automaker once all of the sales reports are in.
The brand’s retail sales were up 15% year-to-date as customers around the nation found increased interest in its full lineup of cars, utilities, trucks, and electrified vehicles. And with more than 2.4 million vehicles sold in 2013, Ford expects to retain its title as the best-selling brand in the United States, even widening its lead over Toyota, its closest competitor.
“The great news is that we are not overly reliant on any one segment—we’re seeing double-digit sales growth in cars, trucks and utilities,” said John Felice, vice president, U.S. marketing, sales and service. “The Ford brand has had more retail share growth than any other brand in the country, with our most significant gains coming from import-dominated coastal markets. With 16 launches next year, we’re looking to keep our sales momentum going.”
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