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Ford sold more than 2 million vehicles in the United States in 2011

(Reuters) – On Friday Ford Motor said that its sales in the U.S. this year had exceeded two million vehicles for the first time since 2007, adding that it recorded a market share of 15% on the second car market in the world.

The American manufacturer reported that sales of small vehicles were about to show an annual increase of over 20%, while those of vehicles expected to jump by 30%.

According to Ford, the rise in gasoline prices prompted motorists to continue to opt for smaller models and more fuel-efficient.

In 2010, the group had sold over 1.9 million units in the United States.

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