Shares of Ford Motor Co. rose 0.5% in premarket trade Tuesday, after the automaker reported a June sales rise, as growth in truck and SUV sales offset a big drop in car sales. Total U.S. sales rose 1.2% from a year ago to 230,635 vehicles, with truck sales rising 3.2% to 100,683 vehicles and SUV sales climbing 8.9% to 84,617 vehicles, while car sales tumbled 14.0% to 45,335 vehicles. Among trucks, F-Series sales rose 1.7% to 79,204 vehicles and Transit sales grew 25% to 13,533 vehicles, while E-Series sales fell 25% to 3,724 vehicles. Among the highest-selling Ford-brand cars, Fusion sales fell 14% to 15,678 vehicles and Focus sales dropped 30% to 10,910 vehicles. In April, Ford said it will stop making sedans for the North American market. The stock has lost 11% year to date through Monday, while shares of rival General Motors Co. have slipped 3.6% and the S&P 500 has gained 2%.