Ford sales in Hungary up 15.8% in M1-M10
Sales of Ford vehicles in Hungary saw a year on year rise of 15% in the first ten months of the year, surpassing its competitors in the market with 1,400 vehicles, Ford Hungary said today in a press release.
Ford sold 1,087 vehicles in Hungary, while the total sold this year reached 9,815, allowing the company to retain a leading position in the market with 12.2% market share, the announcement added.
Fordʼs market growth in the first ten months amounted to a year-on-year rise of 28.9%, boosted significantly by the Funding for Growth Scheme, which lifted interest in Ford’s small commercial vehicles and Ranger models.
“Considering the first ten months of the year, the monthly average sales reached almost 1,000, while in four of these months, including October, sales were even better as we registered almost 1,100 new Ford vehicles in Hungary,” Viktor Szamosi, CEO of Ford Hungary said.
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