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The FINANCIAL — DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 2, 2018 — For the industry, September presented a tough scenario for comparison due to strong performance a year ago resulting from pent-up and replacement demand following Hurricane Harvey in Houston, while September 2018 experienced some weather-related impact due to Hurricane Florence.

Ford Motor Company’s September U.S. sales declined 11.2 percent on total sales of 197,404 vehicles. 

But despite the storms, F-Series was able to hold its own, and increase sales topping the 70,000 truck mark for the seventh straight month, in September sales.

F-Series was not the only  line that sold well, the Ford Expedition saw its sales increase over 27 percent. Lincoln Navigator however is out doing them all, by staying on lots just 12 days, with the hottest market for Navigator sales in California.

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