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All Time Top Selling Fords

Ford has been in the top group of carmakers by revenue and numbers for more than 100 years.

They have led the way in many areas with many innovations and by the end of 2016 had produced over 350 million vehicles. Some great, some not bad and some well, not so good. Have a look and see which ones have sold the most.

Below are the top selling Ford vehicles of all-time:
Ford F-Series The Ford F-Series is the top-selling Ford model of all-time. First introduced in 1948 it still remains one of the most popular vehicles on the road today. The Ford F-Series as a whole has exceeded 33 million units sold worldwide.
Ford Escort The Ford Escort was a small family car that was produced by Ford Europe between 1968 and 2004. The Escort name was applied to several different small cars produced in North America between 1981 and 2003. The Escort sold nearly 20 million units through out the world during its time and still remains the second biggest selling Ford.
Ford Model T The Ford Model T sparked the revolution of affordable, mass-produced vehicles. They began appearing in the United States from 1908 through to 1927. The Model T still remains at number 3 with 16.5 million sold. It was Henry Ford’s invention of the assembly line that changed the world of vehicle manufacturing forever.
Ford Fiesta The Ford Fiesta is a super-mini and holds the best-selling car of all-time in Great Britain with over 4 million units sold since 1977. However global sales are closing in on the Model T with over 16 million Fiestas’ sold by the end of 2016.
Ford Focus The Ford Focus was introduced in 1998 and is a compact car. The Focus replaced the Escort and had big shoes to fill. However the Focus offered better fuel economy, more internal space, and better features.
Ford Mustang The Ford Mustang has been around since 1962 and gained popularity quickly as an affordable muscle car and has sold over 9 million units in the United States alone. The Mustang is now in its sixth generation and is Ford’s longest-enduring nameplate that still remains in production.
Ford Transit The Ford Transit is another 1960’s icon and is a light commercial vehicle with models for cargo and passenger vans. Crossing four generations the Transit has sold over 8 million units. Currently the Transit represents over half of the full-size van market in the United States with no signs of it slowing down.
Ford Taurus The Ford Taurus was born in the 1980s a replacement for the Ford LTD. The aerodynamic design of the Ford Taurus offered both a sleek appearance and better fuel economy. The Ford Taurus was the top-selling car in the United States in the 1990s before the rise of the Toyota Camry. A seventh generation of the Ford Taurus was recently unveiled to the Chinese market.
Ford Explorer The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1991 and is still one of the most popular SUV’s driven today. The first generation mid-size SUV was based loosely off its predecessor the Ford Bronco II. Now in its fifth generation, Ford has sold over 6 million Explorers.
Ford LTD The Ford LTD was first sold in 1964 before being changed to a mid-size car in 1982. The Ford LTD continued production through to 1986 before being replaced by the Ford Taurus. Over 5 million Ford LTD units were sold.

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