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Ford reports November U.S. sales down 7.8% to 146,364 vehicles

"Strong order demand continues with overall retail orders for ’23MY vehicles up 104% compared to a year ago, driven by Super Duty and Maverick. Super Duty took in a record 152,000 total orders since order banks opened October 27th. As the year closes out, F-Series expanded its lead to more than 117,000 trucks over its second-place competitor," said Andrew Frick, vice president, Sales, Distribution & Trucks, Ford Blue. "Ford’s sales of electric vehicles expanded at approximately twice the rate of the overall electric vehicle segment in November as Ford prepares to increase production next year to meet U.S. demand. Ford electric vehicles sales were up 103% for the month compared to year ago, making Ford America’s second best-selling brand and manufacturer of electric vehicles behind Tesla," the company added. Reference Link

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