In the 47 years Ford Motor Motor Company has been selling the Ford Mustang only two other times have they ever had a lower month of sales. This past January marks the third lowest monthly sales total for the Ford Mustang ever. January 2011 joins February and January of 2009 as the lowest monthly sales total ever in the 47 year history of the Ford Mustang. Whats even more shocking is they are posting these kinds of numbers with arguably the best Ford Mustang ever built being offered to the public.
GM’s Camaro is not fairing much better with a January sales total of 4,763 but keep in mind they are only offering coupes. The 2011 Camaro convertible began production this month and should be hitting dealers in February so thier monthly sales numbers will only climb.
What does the future hold for the Mustang? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.
Check below for a complete breakdown of January’s Mustang sales numbers.
Sales of the Ford Mustang for January of 2011 were 3,165 compared to 4,747 from January of 2010 showing a 33.3% decrease in sales from the previous year. Year to date Mustang sales are 3,165 compared to 4,747 for 2010, which is a 33.3% decrease.
Month to Month sales decreased sharply as December 2010 sales were 5,452 compared to January 2011 sales of 3,165 which is a 42% decrease.
Previous Months sales figures are below:
December – 5,452
November – 4,093
October – 5,317
September – 5,760
August – 5,570
July 2010 – 7,489
June 2010 – 8,974
May 2010 – 10,225
April 2010 – 5,145
March 2010 – 5,829
February 2010 – 5,115
January 2010 – 4,747