Ford Motor Vehicles caught the attention of consumers in China and there are no signs of it stopping. Over the first three quarters of the year, there have been nearly 880,000 Ford and it’s various ventures vehicles sold in China – up 11 percent from 2015 – with demand rising by 24 percent in September alone.
What’s given Ford such a strong foothold in the largest auto market in the world? It’s the company’s SUV lineup making all the noise. The 230,000 Ford vehicles sold in China (an 18 percent increase over last year) include: Ford Explorer Ford Edge
Don’t forget the Ford Mustang, which is also growing in popularity in this Asian country, with over 2,300 sold so far this year. And the big hitter: Ford Focus, with sales already up a whopping 43 percent over 2015 at nearly 20,000 sold by end of September 2016.
“Ford has been building momentum month after month,” says Peter Fleet, vice president of marketing, sales and service for Ford Asia Pacific, “winning new customers with the most exciting and appealing lineup we have over offered in China. We will continue to listen to customers and meet their needs with great new cars, SUVs and commercial vehicles.”