Ford sales fell 8.9% in September after stellar July and August gains
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Ford and Lincoln's U.S. sales fell 8.9% in September when compared to last year, as supply chain issues and inflation continue to weigh down the automotive industry.
The automaker reported 142,644 deliveries for the month, which followed July and August's positive results of 36.6% and 27.7%, respectively.
Ford Motor Company's total deliveries for the third quarter was 464,656, which was third behind General Motors' 551,976 and Toyota's 526,017.
Sales of its top-selling F-Series trucks were down 26.6%, but the electric F-150 Lightning accounted for 1,918 deliveries making it the best-selling electric truck as production continues to ramp up.
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