Ford Motor Company of Canada’s sales are up three percent year to date, helping to maintain Ford of Canada as the top-selling automaker for June.
In June, trucks sales were up one percent compared to the same month last year and up six per cent year to date. Truck sales gains were driven by the F-150, up 15 percent, and F-150 Super Crew, up 18 percent, its best June on record.
June sales were also bolstered by sales increases for the all-new Fusion (2194 units) and Escape (4251 units), up 18 and 16 percent respectively.
“We are humbled and very proud that Ford of Canada has maintained sales leadership in the first half of the year,” said Dianne Craig, president and CEO, Ford of Canada. “Customers are responding to our extensive lineup of hybrid and plug-in hybrid options, as well as continuing to make the F-Series Canada’s best-selling pickup.”
The Ford Focus saw sales of 2671 units in June, while the newly introduced C-Max saw 80 units sold. The Fiesta subcompact sold 916 units.
Ford of Canada does not break down its numbers to allow us to know how many hybrids were sold.