Saturday, February 4, 2023

Holds the Top! Ford’s F-Series dominated the US market for 46 consecutive years

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The Ford F-Series will exceed 640,000 trucks by 2022, making it the best-selling truck in the US for 46 consecutive years and the nation’s top-selling for 41 years after an impressive average of at least one F-Series truck sold Will become a selling vehicle. -series every 49 seconds last year.

From the F-150 to the F-550 in every trim, including the all-electric F-150 Lightning, clad bumper-to-bumper, every Ford F-Series truck sold last year will drive—in a single file—almost 2,400 miles . (3,862 km) or more, which is the driving distance from Los Angeles to Detroit.

“The Ford Truck team’s ability to anticipate customer needs, continually innovate, and deliver best-in-class levels of capability and performance has helped make the F-Series a bestseller time and time again.”said Kumar Galhotra, President, Ford Blue. “We are honored that our customers have helped us achieve this milestone for more than four decades,” Added.

In turn, the F-Series celebrates its 75th anniversary this year and continues to set the standard for innovation and lead the industry with the all-electric F-150 Lightning, which begins shipping in 2022 and immediately Best selling EV truck. in the market. In addition, the new F-Series Super Duty, loaded with innovative capabilities and features, has garnered an incredible 150,000 orders, further cementing the F-Series as the truck of choice for heavy-duty truck buyers. The first deliveries will start early this year.

From the Maverick, Ranger, F-150, Super Duty to the F-750, Ford offers the widest line of trucks in America to meet customer needs and is the only one in the Ford family built. Tough.

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