Ford Motor Company’s U.

S. sales for May totaled 242,824 vehicles a 0.7 percent increase

Fleet sales are down 4.6 percent based on order timing; sales totaled 79,028 vehicles in May

Our retail results are up 3.5 percent on sales of 163,796 vehicles; our average transaction prices are $3,400 higher than industry at $35,800 per vehicle

The generational shift from passenger cars to SUVs continues with industry retail passenger cars sales estimated to be down 10 percent, while SUV sales are up 13 percent playing into Ford brand’s leadership position in combined Trucks and SUVs, matching consumer preferences for these vehicles

Ford F Series increased 11.3 percent, marking 13 consecutive months of year over year gains; sales of 84,639 pickups makes for the best May performance for F Series since 2000

Retail sales of all new Ford Expedition are up 41.8 percent, as inventories continue to improve. Expedition is averaging just 19 days on dealer lots

Ford Mustang sales are up 10.7 percent as the spring selling season heated up; sales totaled 8,739 cars last month

New Lincoln Navigator flew off dealer lots in May, with retail sales up triple digits; overall average transaction prices are exceeding $80,000, representing a $25,700 gain over year ago levels

Lagging Fleet Sales Hold Ford To a Modest 0.7% Sales Gain In May

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