Like any cyclical market, the Ford Mustang sales trend follows suit with the adage “what goes up must come down” … and so on we go. July’s final sales have been finalized, letting the June (2011 peak thus far) excitement down a bit amidst a continually downtrodden economy. Add in a dash of triple-digit weather across most of the nation for nearly 40 days (and counting) and it’s not too hard to wonder why no one wants the 6-hour chess & tennis match of a dealership experience…new Ford Mustang or not.
Keep reading for a news brief from Ford on the latest Ford Mustang sales figures.
Sales of the Ford Mustang for July of 2011 were 6,805 compared to 7,489 from July of 2010 showing a 9.1% decrease in sales from the previous year. Year to date Mustang sales are 45,846 compared to 47,524 for 2010, which is a 3.5% decrease over the previous year.
Month to Month sales hit the skids as June 2011 sales were 8,805 compared to July 2011 sales of 6,805 which is a 23% decrease.
Taking a look at the competition the Chevrolet Camaro sold 7,671 and the Dodge Challenger sold 3,509 units for July.
Previous Months sales figures are below:
June 2011 – 8,805
May 2011 – 6,607
April 2011 – 8,180
March 2011 – 8,557
February 2011 – 3,697
January 2011 – 3,165
Source: Ford via Mustang HeavenCategories: 2011 Mustang, Ford