Tomahawk, WI 12/11/2013 (BasicsMedia) – Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) is witnessing good things happening to it of late. The company’s profit column is now more active than it was in the past decade as it continues to post good returns quarter in quarter out.

The latest sales figures for the month of November leave no doubt that the company is surging beyond expectations. In the U.S., F increased its auto sales by 7 percent in the month, coming top of the 5 percent consensus forecast for the month. Over the same period, retail sales peaked up 9 percent.

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)’s leading vehicle in sales is F-Series truck whose sales were up 16 percent in the month compared to the same month last year. It sold 65,501 trucks, above the 60,000 sales it posted in seven consecutive months.

The sale of F-Series trucks is promoted by the largely bullish construction industry. The light trucks are used for light construction works. They are also the farmers choice is a lot of farm activities. Moreover, small business community finds these pickups convenient and reliable for the business activities. So generally as the economy strengthens from the financial recession, acquisition of these trucks is growing and this is generating a lot of revenue for Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F).

The other high sales for the month came from Fiesta and Fusion which jumped 26 and 51 percent respectively. The two fall under passenger cars category. This category witnessed its best sales ever in more than a decade this November.

It was not just F that had the best run in November, its main rival in the U.S. General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) also had a greatly bullish business in the month. However, F dominated the pickup trucks sales.

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) has now made adjustments to its fiscal 2014 first quarter production. It hopes to build 770K vehicles in North America which is slightly lower than 784K vehicles it built in the corresponding quarter last year.

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