Top Most Popular Ford Models Over the Years

Top Selling Ford Models Over the Years

Many Ford models have come and gone over the years, and while several have made an impact on the automotive industry, there’s still a select few that greatly stand out from the pack. To give you an idea of which Ford models are true pioneers in the business, we’ve put together a list of some of the most popular Ford models in the company’s history. From former models to those still in production today, this list is comprised of the best of the best that Ford has to offer.

Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang first debuted on April 17, 1964. It single-handedly created the “pony car” class in the U.S. and became an icon following the release of the 1965 Mustang. It’s often labeled as the most successful car in the history of Ford and has accumulated fans from all across the world due to its incredible performance and styling. The model is so important that on its 50th anniversary Ford celebrated in a big way. They placed the car (2015 model year) on the top of the Empire State Building, recreating a former stunt they completed 50 years prior with the original Mustang convertible.

Ford Pinto

Ford Pinto

Introduced in 1970, the Ford Pinto was a two-door coupe that was later offered as a wagon and hatchback. Throughout the ‘70s it reigned supreme, outshining both the AMC Gremlin and Chevrolet Vega when it came to total production. It dominated the newly introduced American subcompact segment for 10 straight years until its production run ended in 1980.

Ford F-Series

Ford F-Series

The Ford F-Series has been the best-selling vehicle in America for over three decades. It has offered some of the most sought after pickup trucks in the North American market since debuting in 1948. The Ford F-150 is among the most popular models on the roster, along with the F-250 and F-350, all of which provide outstanding capabilities and overall performance. Today, the F-Series continues to be a top choice for those in need of a full-size work truck that can handle anything thrown its way. With a competitive tow rating and an array of beneficial high-tech features, the F-Series remains an impressive nameplate.

Ford Model T

Ford Model T

Commonly known as the first affordable car in America, the Model T holds a special place in Ford’s history. It was first introduced in August of 1908 and the first production model rolled off the assembly line at Ford’s Detroit plant in September. Marketed toward the middle class, the Model T took the auto industry to new heights, opening the market up to the masses. In its 19-year run, more than 15 million models were produced all over the country, making it one of the most iconic cars of the 20th century.

Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta

While trucks and SUVs have become more and more popular over the years, we can’t forget about the impact of this subcompact car. The Ford Fiesta was originally available in Europe, but in 1978 it was brought over to the U.S. It had a three-year run in North America before disappearing from the U.S. market for over 30 years. It was reintroduced in the States for the 2010 model year, and became a popular model in the lineup for shoppers interested in small cars.

In addition to these models, other highly popular Fords have included the Taurus, which was one of the best-selling sedans throughout most of the 90s and early 2000s. The Explorer has also been a strong seller, and now it continues to gain steam as crossover SUVs increase in popularity. In addition, the Ford Transit has enjoyed long-term popularity among shoppers in need of work vans. Many of these vehicles are still available today and remain top picks in their classes. Browse our inventory to see what we have in stock, and find the latest iterations of these and other Ford models.

Categories: Fiesta, Transit, F-150
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