Lincoln

Lincoln_MKZ-US-car-sales-statisticsLincoln is the only surviving luxury brand in the Ford stable, after the Blue Oval sold off Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover and Aston Martin and killed Mercury. You’d think they’d put in the extra effort to make the brand successful, but so far Lincoln hasn’t had many product hits and sales have remained lackluster. It may take a while to restore a brand image, and from that perspective it made sense to ditch the limo-company favorite Town Car, but replacing it by the unforgivably hideous MKT hasn’t done Lincoln much good. Neither has the styling of other models with the so-called waterfall grille, nor has the incomprehensible naming strategy. Fortunately, with the Continental concept car, both issues appear to have been resolved, even though the styling of that car still made not be so original.

All of Lincoln’s models for the US market are manufactured in North America.

The MKZ midsized sedan is Lincoln’s best selling model in the United States, while the MKC compact crossover is the most popular SUV in the line-up.

Lincoln
All Models
2014
Lincoln
All Models
2015
Lincoln
All Models
2016
Lincoln
All Models
2017
January 5.973 6.619 7.177 8.785
February 6.661 6.164 8.039 8.744
March 8.969 8.695 9.689 9.554
April 6.803 8.134 9.776 9.691
May 8.845 9.174 9.807 10.288
June 7.271 8.326 8.809 9.275
July 7.863 9.536 9.098
August 8.146 8.636 9.234
September 7.257 8.680 8.797
October 8.883 8.485 9.069
November 8.113 7.918 9.429
December 9.690 10.860 12.791

Lincoln
All Models
Market
Share
2016 111.724 0,64%
2015 101.227 0,58%
2014 94.474 0,57%
2013 81.694 0,52%
2012 82.150 0,57%
2011 85.643 0,67%
2010 85.828 0,74%
2009 82.847 0,79%
2008 107.295 0,81%
2007 131.487 0,81%
2006 120.476 0,73%
2005 123.207 0,72%
2004 139.016 0,82%
2003 158.839 0,95%
2002 150.057 0,90%
2001 158.934 0,90%
2000 193.009 1,10%
1999 176.493 1,00%
1998 187.121 1,20%
1997 166.371 1,10%
1996 141.476 0,90%
1995 150.814 0,00%
1994 179.166 1,18%
1993 173.644 1,18%
1992 161.648 1,20%
1991 178.701 1,45%
1990 231.660 1,68%
1989 200.315 1,38%
1988 191.624 1,24%
1987 166.037 1,12%
1986 177.587 1,11%
1985 165.138 1,08%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Lincoln MKZ, 2017 Continental, MKT, MKC, MKX, Navigator, MKSLS, Town Car, Aviator, Mark LT, Blackwood, Pre-2002 Continental and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

Lincoln
All Models
2014
Lincoln
All Models
2015
Lincoln
All Models
2016
Lincoln
All Models
2017
January 5.973 6.619 7.177 8.785
February 6.661 6.164 8.039 8.744
March 8.969 8.695 9.689 9.554
April 6.803 8.134 9.776 9.691
May 8.845 9.174 9.807 10.288
June 7.271 8.326 8.809 9.275
July 7.863 9.536 9.098
August 8.146 8.636 9.234
September 7.257 8.680 8.797
October 8.883 8.485 9.069
November 8.113 7.918 9.429
December 9.690 10.860 12.791

Lincoln
All Models
Market
Share
2016 111.724 0,64%
2015 101.227 0,58%
2014 94.474 0,57%
2013 81.694 0,52%
2012 82.150 0,57%
2011 85.643 0,67%
2010 85.828 0,74%
2009 82.847 0,79%
2008 107.295 0,81%
2007 131.487 0,81%
2006 120.476 0,73%
2005 123.207 0,72%
2004 139.016 0,82%
2003 158.839 0,95%
2002 150.057 0,90%
2001 158.934 0,90%
2000 193.009 1,10%
1999 176.493 1,00%
1998 187.121 1,20%
1997 166.371 1,10%
1996 141.476 0,90%
1995 150.814 0,00%
1994 179.166 1,18%
1993 173.644 1,18%
1992 161.648 1,20%
1991 178.701 1,45%
1990 231.660 1,68%
1989 200.315 1,38%
1988 191.624 1,24%
1987 166.037 1,12%
1986 177.587 1,11%
1985 165.138 1,08%

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