Ford C-Max Sales Figures

2012 Ford C-Max
Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Ford C-Max. Use the dropdown at the top right of this page or at GCBC's Sales Stats home to find sales figures for any other vehicle currently on sale in North America.
                                             
Month
Ford C-Max
U.S. Sales 2012
Ford C-Max
U.S. Sales 2013
Ford C-Max
U.S. Sales 2014
Ford C-Max
U.S. Sales 2015
January
-----
2725
1418
1160
February
-----
3183
1853
1376
March 
-----
3769
2295
1769
April 
-----
3608
2111
1790
May 
-----
3711
2833
2607
June
-----
3344
2940
2481
July 
-----
2700
2994
1918
August 
-----
3032
3501
2224
September
969
2182
1786

October
3182
2530
1962

November
4848
2398
1940

December
4310
2028
1962


Month
Ford C-Max U.S. Sales 2016
Ford C-Max U.S. Sales 2017
Ford C-Max U.S. Sales 2018
Ford C-Max U.S. Sales 2019
Ford C-Max U.S. Sales 2020
January





February





March 





April 





May 





June





July 





August 





September





October





November





December





                                                 
Month
Ford C-Max
Canadian Sales 2012
Ford C-Max
Canadian Sales 2013
Ford C-Max
Canadian Sales 2014
Ford C-Max
Canadian Sales 2015
January
-----
158
63
20
February
-----
162
47
30
March 
-----
158
95
43
April 
-----
87
227
58
May 
-----
112
135
65
June
-----
80
187
63
July 
-----
113
130
83
August 
-----
140
143
90
September
5
123
141

October
17
89
72

November
58
90
42

December
75
71
129


Month
Ford C-Max Canadian Sales 2016
Ford C-Max Canadian Sales 2017
Ford C-Max Canadian Sales 2018
Ford C-Max Canadian Sales 2019
Ford C-Max Canadian Sales 2020
January





February





March 





April 





May 





June





July 





August 





September





October





November





December






Year
Ford C-Max
U.S. Sales
Ford C-Max
Canadian Sales
2012 
13,309
155
2013
35,210
1383
2014 YTD 
27,595
1411
2015 YTD *
15,325
452
Source: Automakers & ANDC 
* 8 Months U.S. & 8 Months Canada

See the Ford C-Max compared with its rivals in the monthly Midsize Car Sales charts on GoodCarBadCar.net.

1 comment:

  1. Open letter to Ford:

    I thought my 2013 C-MAX would be a Prius Killer? NOT! As a returning Ford buyer I feel deceived. I want to support US companies and US jobs. What was Ford thinking when they published 47/ 47/47 estimates? Based on the advertised EPA estimates, I would have been ok with low 40's but 28-33 mpg is not even in the ballpark. This is not an issue about EPA testing standards, but rather an issue about setting false customer expectations in order to promote sales. Ford's "47MPG" marketing campaign tarnished what should have been the roll out of a truly remarkable vehicle, the CMAX. Real world MPG estimates should have been promoted in the mid-30's. No one would have questioned those numbers and the CMAX would have received the accolades it deserves. How these MPG estimates made it through Ford corporate is beyond me! Maybe it was the rush to go to market? I have been accused of not knowing how to drive hybrid. For the record, during the last three years I have leased both a 2010 Prius and 2010 Honda Insight Hybrid, and consider myself an experienced hyper-miler. My mileage in the Prius is 50 plus, the Insight is 40 plus. The C-MAX is a well-built car, with extremely inflated EPA estimates. I respectfully request that this matter be investigated as soon as possible. My efforts to deal with this locally and through Ford customer service have frustrated me to no end. The constant response? "You need to learn to how to drive hybrid type of vehicle ". Is there a difference how I drive Prius Hybrid vs. the CMAX hybrid? I think we all know the answer to that. I need someone at Ford to reach out to me and assist in a proactive manner so we can put this matter to rest.

    Ronald Kramer Yankee Ford Customer
    South Portland, Maine

    ReplyDelete

Please stay on topic. Feel free to argue and debate, but stay friendly and do not get personal. Comments signed as Anonymous will likely be rejected as possible spam. Login with a Google account or assign yourself a name. Keep in mind, kids read this site.

If the post on which you are commenting is more than 40 days old, the comment will undergo moderation as a means of avoiding spam.