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November 2009 Sales: Ford Motor Company


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DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 1, 2009 – Strengthened car and crossover sales fueled Ford, Lincoln

and Mercury’s U.S. sales performance in November. Car sales were up 14 percent and crossovers

were up 26 percent for the month, with total sales of 118,536, essentially equal to year-ago sales.

“Consumer demand for our new high-quality, fuel-efficient products is driving Ford’s market

share gains,” said Ken Czubay, Ford vice president, U.S. Marketing Sales and Service.

“Customers are rewarding Ford for its new vehicle lineup, featuring new technologies including

SYNC, MyKey and Adaptive Cruise Control.”

• November car sales up 14 percent versus a year ago and crossovers up 26 percent; Ford,

Lincoln and Mercury total U.S. sales were 118,536, essentially equal to year-ago sales

• November retail share higher for the 13th time in 14 months

• All-new Taurus sales up 54 percent versus year-ago levels

• Fusion, Motor Trend magazine’s Car of the Year, also was up 54 percent and sets a new fullyear

sales record

• Fiesta, the company’s first global ‘ONE Ford’ global car, debuts Wednesday at Los Angeles

International Auto Show

• Ford announces first quarter 2010 North American production plan

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