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Old 02-28-2010, 10:21 AM
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Post Report: Ford to benefit most from Toyota's woes in February sales totals

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is bracing for lower February sales as its massive recall and the ensuing media storm have cast a shadow over the automaker. Just how low can Toyota go? The Detroit Free Press says it could see its lowest US market share in over five years this month, with about 12 percent of U.S. sales.

Most analysts anticipate that Toyota will have a very rough month, but the big question on their minds is which automakers stand to gain the most from Toyota's pain. Edmunds and TruCar reportedly think that winner will be Ford, as they estimate that the Oval will see a 35-percent sales increase. If correct, that'll vastly outpace the nine to 14 percent increase for the month that was previously forecasted.

Despite Ford's anticipated performance and projected double-digit gains for the industry as a whole, the market is still struggling. After all, these February 2010 sales projections are increases in relation to the dismal February 2009 numbers, which came as the recession helped deliver the industry its lowest sales levels in 30 years. February 2010 sales are also expected to be generally lower because of the multiple east coast snowstorms that kept customers out of dealerships for much of the month.

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[Source: The Detroit Free Press]Report: Ford to benefit most from Toyota's woes in February sales totals originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 28 Feb 2010 09:19:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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I hope this is not a plea for pity on Toyoda? In my book they can go to a very HOT place! Zero Sympathy, here.

Go Chrysler, Go GM, Go Ford, eat the crumbs of Toyopet !
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I would still buy a Toyota if my other choice was a Ford. Any day of the week. Easy!
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Hey Guys.
I have six Fords automobile and a 1964 Ford Tractor. I also own several thousand dollars stock in Ford Motor Company. This just tickles me pink! GO BIG BLUE!!!
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I buy all 3. My wife has a Jeep Chrokee Limited 4X4 Wagon
My D.D. (daily driver) is a Lincoln Town Car Spring Feature car called "THE LIMITED" of 2003.
My collector cars are 2 Ford Mustang ascMcLaren 2-Seat Roadsters and a Mercury Capri ascMcLaren Bubble-Back Coupe.
My other collector car is a 1993 Cadillac Sixty Special with 9,999 miels on it (in 17 years. Ishow it at Cadillac Shows.
the car I lust for is a mint 100pt 1960 T-Bird Convertible, preferably in pink or baby blue. My folks only & always bought & drove Imperials, as did my uncle & cousins.
We do not "do foreign" cars.
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