Ford’s February Sales Down 7 Percent Despite Strong Month for F-Series
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Ford’s February Sales Down 7 Percent Despite Strong Month for F-Series

Ford reported a nearly 7-percent year-over-year decline in U.S. vehicle sales for February, despite another strong month for its bread-and-butter F-Series.

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Ford reported a nearly 7-percent year-over-year decline in U.S. vehicle sales for February, despite another strong month for its bread-and-butter F-Series.

The automaker sold 194,132 vehicles in February, down from 208,440 vehicles in February 2017.

F-Series pickup trucks continue to be Ford’s mainstay. In February, Ford sold more F-Series trucks (68,243) than cars (44,498) or SUVs (65,250).

It was the best February for the F-Series in 18 years, and the 10th consecutive month of sales gains for the series, according to Ford.

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