Ford Div. is looking to sell 110,000 F-Series pickup trucks in the month of July, following rival Chevrolet Silverado’s record-setting performance in June. Ford Motor Co.’s F-Series lineup has long been the king of pickups, racking up 23 straight years as the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. and continued leadership in 2005. However, General Motor Corp.’s banner sales month, prompted by its successful “GM Employee Discount for Everyone” incentive, led Silverado to 109,359 deliveries. The ...
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