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MAY 2011 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE Ford passenger car sales grow 49% in May 2011, more than three times ahead of the market trend. Total Ford sales up 17.2% in May 2011, nearly three times ahead of the market trend. 1,128 Figo sales reinforce South African consumer confidence in Ford. Figo is third best-selling […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Thursday June 2, 2011

Ford Brand Passenger Car Sales Up 87% for Year

Ford brand passenger car sales increase 87% Jan-April 2011, compared to the same time last year. Ford passenger car sales grow 34, 6% on April 2010, almost three times ahead of the market trend. Ford Figo remains in the SA Top 10 sales chart for fourth consecutive month.

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday May 4, 2011

MARCH 2011 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Passenger vehicle sales remain strong supported by Ford Figo with 1204 units in March 2011 – FMCSA top three in passenger vehicle sales. PRETORIA, 1 April 2011 – March 2011 saw continued growth for Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) with its Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) range and Ford Figo passenger car cementing its […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Friday April 1, 2011

FEBRUARY 2011 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford LCV sales up 15,1% Top 3 passenger car sales position for FMCSA sustained Ford Figo firmly in the Top 10 JOHANNESBURG – 02 March 2011 – While Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) continues to develop and refine its Silverton manufacturing facility for future Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) plans, its current line-up of […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday March 2, 2011

Speech by President of NAAMSA, Mr David Powels, at the Official Launch of The Johannesburg International Motorshow 2011

The Johannesburg International Motor Show, to be held from 6 – 16 October 2011, was launched today at a function at the Johannesburg Expo Centre. Addressing the audience, Mr David Powels, President of NAAMSA (National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa) said that. “The Motor Show is accredited by the International Organisation of Vehicle […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Friday February 11, 2011

JANUARY 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

JOHANNESBURG – 2 February 2010 – New vehicle sales sprang into buoyant action in January according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa). Albeit in a month often skewed by roll-over purchases out of December, the results show significant gains and start the decade in some of the most […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday February 2, 2011

JANUARY 2011 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Strong start to 2011 for Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) FMCSA sales up 32,4% year on year Top 3 position for FMCSA passenger car sales Ford Figo is the third best selling passenger car JOHANNESBURG – 02 February 2011 – As Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) opened its Production Simulator Facility […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday February 2, 2011

NOVEMBER 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response Top 3 spot for Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) passenger car sales November represents FMCSA’s second highest market share for 2010 November represents Mazda’s highest sales month of 2010 Ford Fiesta remains in the Top 10 best-selling passenger cars FMCSA Light Commercial Vehicle sales 34,7% up […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Thursday December 2, 2010

OCTOBER 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) October sales increased 8,3% over September and 12% year on year. FMCSApassenger sales rose 34,3% over the same period last year FMCSA Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) sales increased 10,5% over last month Fiesta remains Ford’s best-selling passenger car with 807, giving […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Tuesday November 2, 2010

AUGUST 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response JOHANNESBURG – 02 September 2010 – South Africa’s new car market boomed during August to its highest levels since July 2008 according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa). August new vehicle sales rallied 36,9% year on year to 46,377 units, 12.2% […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Saturday September 4, 2010

JULY 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response JOHANNESBURG – 03 August 2010 – The wake left by the Soccer World Cup has buoyed new vehicle sales during July according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa). July new vehicle registrations closed on 41,367 units, 20% up on July last […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Tuesday August 3, 2010

FORD SOUTH AFRICA WELCOMES NEW VICE PRESIDENT MARKETING, SALES AND SERVICE

Silverton, Pretoria – 12 July 2010 – Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) has appointed Dean Stoneley as its new Vice President Marketing, Sales and Service effective from July 2010. Stoneley replaces Jacques Brent who has accepted a position as Executive Marketing Director for Ford Asia Pacific and Africa, based in Shanghai.

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday July 12, 2010

JUNE 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response JOHANNESBURG – 02 July 2010 – Soccer World Cup fever did little to affect new vehicle sales during June according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa).

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Thursday July 1, 2010

MAY 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response JOHANNESBURG – 02 June 2010 – New vehicle sales returned to positive growth in May following the traditionally poor April results, indicating that the market continues to be in recovery. This is according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa).

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday June 2, 2010

FORD OF SOUTHERN AFRICA TO INVEST MORE THAN R 3.0 BILLION FOR NEW GLOBAL EXPORT PROGRAM

Manufacturing will be realigned by 2011 to produce next generation compact pick-up truck Johannesburg – 8 April 2010 – Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) today announced plans to invest more than R 3 billion to expand operations for the production of Ford’s next-generation compact pick-up truck and Puma diesel engine. This announcement represents […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Thursday April 8, 2010

FEBRUARY 2010 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response JOHANNESBURG – 2 March 2010 – New vehicle sales continued to show their strength during February according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa). After positive market results in January, February new vehicles sales rose to their highest level since October 2008, […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Tuesday March 2, 2010

DECEMBER 2009 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s response JOHANNESBURG – 8 January 2010 – New vehicle sales for December continued to show the depressed state of the motor industry according to figures released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa). “While December sales are traditionally skewed by delayed purchase decisions and registrations, sales […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Friday January 8, 2010

2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE The global economic crisis is making itself felt on the South African new vehicle market in more ways than one. New vehicle sales during November as recorded by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa), showed an 11% slow-down in sales over October this year, representing […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday December 1, 2008

2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE New vehicle sales fell to their all-time low for the year with only 41 336 new vehicles sold during October, according to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (NAAMSA). This represents a market decline of 7.3% over September 2008 sales, and a mammoth 31% downturn in […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Tuesday November 4, 2008

2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE New vehicle sales stabilised somewhat during September, recording a marginal 2% increase over August according to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (NAAMSA). However, the market remains under pressure with the 44,725 units sold in September representing a decline of nearly 20% over the same month […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Thursday October 2, 2008

2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (NAAMSA) reported that new vehicle sales increased over the past month with 46 648 units sold during July 2008. The figure represents a 9% increase when compared to June 2008’s numbers but shows a decrease of just over 20% when compared […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday August 4, 2008

2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE According to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (NAAMSA) new vehicles sales remain under pressure on the back of continuing economic pressures. NAAMSA reported that 43 214 units were sold in May of this year. This represents a massive 24.6% decrease on the corresponding month in […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday June 2, 2008

APRIL 2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE According to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (NAAMSA) new vehicles sales are continuing to struggle as economic pressures persist. NAAMSA reported that 46 677 units were sold in April this year. This represents a 10.5% decrease on March’s sales and a drop of 4% when […]

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Monday May 5, 2008

MARCH 2008 NAAMSA RETAIL SALES

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S RESPONSE The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (NAAMSA) has reported that new vehicles sales recovered slightly during the month of March. With 52 240 units sold during the course of the month sales increased by 3% over February sales.

Gerald Ferreira

Published : Wednesday April 2, 2008

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