Ford F-Series Sets Sales Record in Canada

Ford F-Series Sets Sales Record in Canada

While Ford F-Series sales in the U.S. are well below their peak year, in Canada they apparently can’t get enough of the trucks. Ford sold 97,913 F-Series pickups to our neighbors to the north in 2010, making it the best-selling vehicle ever in a single year in Canadian history.

To put this in perspective, Ford sold 528,349 F-Series trucks in the U.S. last year, but that’s well off from 2004, when 939,511 F-Series pickups drove off dealer lots during the peak of the truck boom. But Canadian F-Series sales rival 2004 per capita because Canada’s population of 34 million people is only about 10 percent of the U.S. population.

Canadians had no problem beating the U.S. for consistency. Ford F-Series has been the best-selling truck line there for a record 45 consecutive years.

Comments

@Billy: Automotive News should have the Mexican sales tally in about two to three weeks. I'm pretty sure the Lobo will be the leader of the pack there too.

Anyone wanting 2010 Canadian sales numbers for all manufactures check out goodcarbadcar.net

@ Jordan - good one.

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top 3 may be winning with full sizes trucks but now none with a mid sizes . it just leaves toyota and nissan.



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