Ford October U.S. Sales Down 4.0% - Quick Facts

Ford Motor Co. (F) said Wednesday that total U.S. sales for the month of October 2021 decreased 4.0% to 175,918 vehicles from 183,298 vehicles in the same month last year. Ford's October retail sales were also down 3.8%.

Truck sales for the month declined 7% year-over-year to 94,449 units and car sales plunged 74.3% to 3,142 units, while SUV sales grew 12.8% to 78,327 units from last year.

Ford said it took in 77,000 retail orders for new vehicles in October, up 25,000 compared to September's new vehicle orders.

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