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Two of the best-selling SUVs in the U.S. have been hammered for safety deficiencies by one of the most widely respected car testing organizations.
Ford's F-Series pickups sold more than 80,000 units in May, far ahead of the more than 46,000 Ram pickups sold. GM no longer reports sales monthly.
Ford and Ram reported monthly pickup truck sales Tuesday morning that were moving in opposite directions. GM no longer reports monthly sales.
Ford's decision to concentrate its manufacturing efforts on its Focus passenger car and array of trucks and SUVs may have been made with little input from its dealer network.
No large car manufacturer is expected to post results as poor as Ford's. The numbers tell why Ford is expected to exit the car market altogether in favor of trucks and sport utility vehicles.
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Sales of full-size pickups soared above 200,000 in March with Ford's F-Series once again setting the pace.
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Volkswagen is expected to show-off a pickup truck concept at this week's New York auto show that is aimed at the U.S. market.
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Ford's F-Series pickups have once again maintained a firm grip as the best-selling vehicles in the United States. Competitive offerings from GM and FCA were slaughtered last month.
According to a major car industry research firm, U.S. new vehicle sales will drop 4% in February, another sign the American car market peaked in 2016 and 2017.
One thing is for certain. The Fiat brand faces the same problems this year as it did last.
Americans bought about 2.5 million new full-size pickup trucks in 2017. The sales leader was once again the Ford F-Series with nearly 900,000 units sold for the year.
U.S. car sales are expected to fall in December compared to last year. However, it should be a record month for 2017.