Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) said its sales in Europe fell about 1% in June, as a big jump in SUV demand wasn’t enough to fully offset declines in sales of small and midsize cars.
Ford sold about 128,400 vehicles last month in the 20 Western and Central European markets (the “Euro 20”) that it considers its core market in Europe. That was down 1.4%, or about 1,800 vehicles from a year ago. That decline dropped Ford’s market share in the region by 0.2 percentage point from a year ago, to 7.5% for the month.
In Europe as a whole, including Russia, Tur…
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