Marking its second straight year topping the 2-million mark, being the only brand in America to do so, Ford is on track to sell 2.2 million vehicles in the U.S. this year. In addition to this feat, Ford’s Fiesta is on pace to being the best-selling global B-Car, and this year’s best-selling global nameplate with the Ford Focus. What this means is that Ford would be the owners of the best-selling B- and C-segment cars in the world.
With the Focus at the top spot, the F-Series at number 4, and the Fiesta at number 5, Ford will be the only automaker with three vehicle models in the global top 10. By year end, the Blue Oval is also on track to sell more than 520,000 EcoBoost-powered vehicles since the engine’s introduction in 2009.
“Customers around the world are rewarding Ford for investing in fuel-efficient new vehicles, from our fun-to-drive EcoBoost-powered small cars to our hard-working, capable F-Series pickups,” Farley said. “No other automaker in the world shares Ford’s extensive volume or range of EcoBoost engines – from the 1.0-liter that drives our small cars to the 3.5-liter that has been a winner with truck and large crossover owners around the globe.”