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Old 04-04-2019, 11:36 AM
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Default Ford Truck & SUV 1st quarter sales up

 F-Series increases leadership position: F-150 and
Super Duty combined sales outstripped our nearest
competitor by 94,585 trucks – which is 15,939
higher than this point last year. F-Series ended the
quarter with an average transaction price of $47,454
as customers continue to choose high series and the
latest technologies. F-Series incentive spending in Q1
was lowest among all major full-size pickups.
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F Series is still leading RAM, Chevy, and GMC in sales. It ain’t even close.

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If this is correct, Ford is still #1
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Yup...they're still number one in getting money outta our pockets! Not sure they are the best truck...or have the best engines as described.
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Yup...they're still number one in getting money outta our pockets! Not sure they are the best truck...or have the best engines as described.
OK, I'll bite. What manufacturer has a better lineup of engine choices in a half ton truck?
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In my neighborhood we were driving back to the house, turned off the main road (no houses on it, just a big road into the sub division). It is maybe 1/2 mile or so, 66 houses until we get to ours, and I counted 34 trucks. 22 were 2015+ F-150's, and 8 are 2018+ F-150's. There are also 2 F-250's, 2018 and 2019 not included in the total F-150's. They are everywhere in Texas! One stretch had 4 houses in a row with them, 1 has 2 F-150's in his driveway. There is also 1 older Ranger in that same stretch.
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This surprises me. Forecasts were for slower sales this year. Ford had by far the most incentives when I bought back in November as well which is why I bought one. Things change quick I guess.
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Q1 sales numbers
F-Series 214,000
Ram 120,000
Silverado 114,000
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