No, Ford sales aren't good, but comparatively speaking, it's doing better than GM. For the first three months, Ford car and truck deliveries are down 5% and market share is down to 19.3% from 20.2% a year ago, according to Ward's data. Pull out the captive imports (Volvo, Jaguar) and you can drop another point of market share. Back in 1999, Ford's share was 24.4%. Sink-o-rama. But this year's decline is different. While GM is losing sales it doesn't want to lose, Ford's decline is ...
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