February 2012 Ford Mustang sales figures gain huge

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What happens when Ford Mustang sales are nearly 100% year-over-year?  People take notice, that’s what.  At February close, the 2012 Mustang was one of the most sought after vehicles, concluding the fact that Ford’s marketing campaign has reached a sweet apex.  Between rebates, sexy ad spots, and the climactic build-up to the 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang, the pony car is “set to jet” atop Camaro and Challenger sales metrics.

If you want a closer look at the sales statistics, keep on reading.  If you are one of the statistics, well then, we guess you aren’t really surprised very much, as you currently hold the keys to one of the most iconic automobiles in American (and global) history…

Previous Months sales figures are below:

January 2012 – 3,736
December 2011 – 5,057
November 2011 – 3,865
October 2011 – 4,898
September 2011 – 5,054
August 2011 – 5,718
July 2011 – 6,805
June 2011 – 8,805
May 2011 – 6,607
April 2011 – 8,180
March 2011 – 8,557
February 2011 – 3,697

Source: FoMoCo

Categories: 2012 Mustang, Ford

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4 Responses to February 2012 Ford Mustang sales figures gain huge

  1. 40oz 03/07/2012 at 3:33 pm #

    So what ARE the February 2012 sales numbers?

  2. Ray Fretz 03/11/2012 at 8:52 am #

    Bought a new 2012 Mustang GT California Special. Immediately, sent it to Car Guys Garage in Brighton Mi. for a complete custom set-up ie., supercharger, headers, crossovers and an over the axle CorsaSport Muffler system..rear wheels 540 HP,at the crank 625 HP…Looks Good Runs Fast, and gets alot of stares from the peanut gallery.

  3. 95GTS 03/12/2012 at 8:24 am #

    Just bought a 2012 Mustang base v6 with a 6spd manual.. What is not to love about 305+hp and 30mpg? This thing can run circles around my 1995 Mustang GT and other late 90s factory “muscle” cars. Ford has taken what used to be the Mustang with the crappy v6 and made it into an affordable muscle car..

  4. fastdriver 03/14/2012 at 11:45 am #

    Honestly, those numbers aren’t impressive looking at all. Plus, January 2012 is right in line with Feb’11. I guess the increase is in reference to Feb’12 specifically, but a year-over-year increase of 100% would be to 7,400-ish units, which is right in line with the March sales jump of last year. Nevertheless, I’d like to see the Mustang back on top of pony-car sales. It certainly deserves to due to the fact that it outperforms the Camaro & Challenger in every other concievable way.