Ford Outsells GM for First Time Since 1998

March 3, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ Ford sales surged 43% in February as the company took advantage of Toyota’s troubles and GM’s slow recovery.

Ford sold 142,285 vehicles in the US for the month compared to 141,951 for GM. This marks the first month Ford has outsold GM since 1998 when GM’s sales were impacted by an auto workers’ strike.

Will Ford be able to make it two months in a row? GM has stumbled out of the gates in March by recalling 1.3 million cars due to a power steering problem.

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