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F-Series is Canada’s Best-Selling Truck for a 50th Year

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Ford Canada capped off another stellar year in 2015 by reclaiming its status as the country’s preferred automaker for a seventh consecutive year. The Ford F-Series not only maintained its status as the top-selling vehicle in Canada for the sixth straight year, but it also wrapped up an unprecedented 50th consecutive year as Canada’s favorite pickup truck.

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“For seven years in a row, Canadians have chosen to purchase a Ford vehicle more than any other automotive brand, and we couldn’t be more thankful,” said Dianne Craig, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd. “Leading the way, Ford F-Series celebrates six consecutive years as Canada’s favourite vehicle and half a century as Canada’s top-selling pickup.”

In addition to the top-of-its-class honor for the F-Series, the Mustang was Canada’s best-selling sports car, the Escape was the top small utility, and the Explorer with the best-selling large utility.

Lincoln sales were up 16% for 2015 thanks to the popularity of the MKC, Navigator, and all-new, Canadian-built MKX.

Ford’s sales were down 13.3% in December at 19,623 units sold, bringing the automaker’s year-end total to 278,531 vehicles sold.

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