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Ford Malaysia achieves record sales for Ranger in 2015

Gokul January 13, 2016 12:57

Ford Malaysia today announced its retail sales figures in Malaysia for 2015 – a grand total of of 12,130 units. 

The company added that out of the total, 9,231 units comprised of the Ranger pickup truck - an all time high for the model - making it the brand’s best-selling model.  

The Ranger is also the country’s second-best-selling pickup truck as of January 2016, with full-year sales rising seven percent year-over-year.

“Our new Ranger epitomizes Ford’s proud truck heritage and global expertise, and is the most capable, most powerful and smartest truck in the market today. It’s everything our 

Malaysian customers have come to love about the Ranger, which is helping to further drive its widening appeal,” said David Westerman, managing director, Malaysia and Asia Pacific emerging markets, Ford Motor Company.

The Ranger aside, the Fiesta contributed full-year sales of 1,237 units, while the EcoSport contributed full-year sales of 855 units. Last but not least, 93 units of the Transit van were sold in 2015.

Ford also finished 2015 strong as December sales rose seven percent from the previous month to 889 units.

On another note, Ford Malaysia’s RM140 million network expansion is still ongoing, with the latest facility to be established being the brand’s 48th dealership in Petaling Jaya along the Federal Highway (KL bound), which is also said to be the brand’s largest and most advanced sales and service centre in Malaysia.

“We are committed to going further in 2016, as we continue to focus on upgrading our facilities and enhancing the overall customer experience. We will also continue to expand our lineup of global Ford vehicles, with a number of launches including the new Mustang and the new Focus,” said David Westerman, managing director, Malaysia and Asia Pacific emerging markets, Ford Motor Company.

Find out more about the Ford Ranger models on sale at Carlist.my.

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