Shares of Ford Motor Co. slipped 0.1% in morning trade, after the automaker reported a decline in April total vehicle sales, as a big drop in car sales offset a slight rise in truck sales. The company had said last week that it will stop making sedans in North America, to focus on trucks, SUVs and crossovers. In April, Ford said total vehicle sales fell 4.7%, as car sales dropped 15.0%, truck sales rose 0.9% and SUV sales declined 4.6%. Retail sales declined 2.6% on the month and fleet sales fell 8.6%. Overall transaction prices were nearly $4,000 above the industry average at $36,300. Among car brands, Focus sales fell 1.5%, Taurus sales declined 18.3% and Mustang sales dropped 11.6%. In trucks, F-Series sales rose 3.5%, and in SUVs, Explorer sales fell 9.5% and Expedition sales dropped 22.3%. Ford’s stock has lost 10% year to date through Monday, while the S&P 500 has slipped 1%.