Currently, Ford is publishing outstanding sales numbers for the first part of the year in spite of the accusations for not becoming honest on how efficiency their hybrids really are. They predict to beat their 2010 hybrid sales record while they organized to shift 35,496 units, far sooner than the end of this 2013. Actually, Bloomberg reported that it’ll be exceeded by the end of this month.
Ford said that the Blue Oval has organized to move 29,561 hybrids in April, when 8,481 were already sold. In May, it’s expected that it would be able to beat the record.
The feat has been achieved since Ford had an 18% share of the niche in the previous April – their highest ever – and 3% higher than what has been achieved in the year of 2012. They still cannot match with Toyota that owns 58% of the sector. But currently they’ve been beating the GM since the late of last year.
In April, we know that Fusion hybrids outsold the nice Toyota Camry hybrid by over 700 units. It’s selling a total of 3,989 units and also marking a fivefold enhancement if it contrasted to the year of 2012. Moreover, the Japanese automaker also published a 26% fall for the stunning Camry hybrid and a 21% drop for their stunning Prius in April. Meanwhile, the latter recorded an average drop of 12% this 2013.