F-Series sales were up 26.3% over a year ago, representing 37.9% of Ford’s overall sales mix – up from 32% in May.  -  Photo: Ford

F-Series sales were up 26.3% over a year ago, representing 37.9% of Ford’s overall sales mix – up from 32% in May.

Photo: Ford

Ford released its June 2022 sales report, showing a 31.5% increase in company sales from a year ago.

F-Series sales were up 26.3% over a year ago, representing 37.9% of Ford’s overall sales mix – up from 32% in May.

Ford total pickup sales, including F-Series, Ranger, and Maverick were up 26.3% over a year ago with total pickups sales of 66,663.

Sales of Ford electric vehicles jumped 76.6% from a year ago, totaling 4,353 for the month.

Ford brand SUV sales totaled 60,894, which were up 35.3% over last year. Bronco continues to add to the total sales, selling 8,681SUVs, while Explorer more than doubled sales.

On a mix of F-Series, Expedition, Explorer, and Navigator, Ford’s average transaction pricing expanded approximately $1,900 per vehicle in June relative to May.

Ford sold 1,837 F-150 Lightnings, while more than 75% of people who reserved an F-150 Lightning came from other competitive brands.

“Amid industry-wide supply constraints, Ford outperformed the industry driven by strong F-Series, Explorer and new Expedition and Navigator SUV sales," said Andrew Frick, VP, Sales, Distribution & Trucks, Ford Blue. "Combined, these vehicles represented just over 56% of our sales in June – up about 8 percentage points from May. F-150 Lightning was America’s best-selling electric truck in June in its first full month of sales, while our overall electric vehicle sales were up 77% over last year.”

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