820 C-MAX Hybrids and 683 C-MAX Energi Hybrids sold in September 2017 for a combined total of 1503, a 5.3% increase over 2016.
As always, prior month chart and tables are removed because latest post contains all prior data.
Interesting sales figures for a numbers nerd:
About 25% of all Fords sold during September were fleet sales.
Ford sold over 7000 Hybrids in September, but the vast majority were Fusion Hybrid sedans, not C-MAX Hybrid hatchbacks!
About 33% of Ford Fusions sold in September were Hybrids or plug-in Energi Hybrids, 7000 of 21000.
For comparison, 100% of C-MAX's sold in the US are hybrids or plug-in hybrids.
The Ford Fusion Hybrid sedan was the best-selling Hybrid vehicle in the US during September 2017, with 6326 sold, more than second-place Toyota RAV4 at 5759, and Toyota Prius Liftback at 5722. The fourth best-selling US hybrid was the GMC Sierra mild-hybrid pickup truck with 2992.
The C-MAX Hybrid comes in thirteenth for the month, just behind the Lexus RX400/450h, but ahead of the Toyota Prius V wagon.
Anyone recall that Toyota once avoided comparing the Prius V wagon to the C-MAX because the vehicles weren't in the same category?
Among plug-in hybrids, the Toyota Prius Prime was the top-seller with 1899, and Chevrolet Volt was second with 1453 sold. Ford Fusion Energi Hybrid was ranked third with 763 sold, and the Ford C-MAX Energi Hybrid closely following in fourth place with 683 sold.
Edited by kostby, 03 November 2017 - 03:09 AM.