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The all-new 2004 F-150 pickup truck continues to bring new customers -- as well as past F-Series customers -- to Ford of Canada dealer showrooms, increasing sales by 11 per cent over the same month last year. Truck sales of 13,373 were off 4.7 per cent from December 2002. Car sales totaled 3.945 units, down 23.9 per cent, resulting in combined sales of 17,318 vehicles, 9.9 per cent behind December 2002.

"The totally re-designed 2004 F-150 is a breakthrough vehicle and customers who have purchased this truck tell us the new F-150 has revolutionized the pickup truck marketplace," said Robert Girard, vice president, General Sales, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. "I am proud to announce that the December sales numbers confirm that the Ford F-Series continued as Canada's best-selling pickup for 38 consecutive years and for 2003, was the best-selling vehicle in Canada."

"Lincoln sales were led by Navigator and Aviator, two of the most luxurious SUVs on the road today and Escape sales continue to grow as more Canadians seeking versatility, utility and exceptional value in their vehicle are purchasing Canada's favourite sub-compact SUV," added Girard.

December Highlights

Econoline recorded its best December since 1999.
Excursion sales up 38 per cent from December 2002
Total Lincoln sales up 17 per cent over the same month last year
 

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Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover Canada announces Land Rover sales for the month of December are up 23 per cent compared with the same month last year, totaling 156 units. The Land Rover Freelander leads December's sales with 97 units sold, an increase of 94 per cent compared with the same month last year and the Range Rover sales are also up in December by 56 per cent compared with December 2002. Jaguar sold 100 vehicles in December, down 19 per cent compared with the same period last year. The new Jaguar XJ sales continue to climb with 13 units sold, up 30 per cent over the same month in 2002.

"The Land Rover line-up has done very well in December when the demand for Sport Utility Vehicles increases in the colder months," said Vic Bernardini, president of Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover Canada. "We are looking forward to continued momentum in 2004 and many exciting new products from Jaguar and Land Rover."

Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover Canada sales total 3,969 vehicles at year-end, down 16 per cent compared with 2002. Jaguar reports a decrease in year-end sales of 7 per cent compared with the same period last year, totaling 2,366 units sold. Land Rover's year-end sales fell 26 per cent compared with this period in 2002, with 1,603 vehicles sold.
 
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