Best-Selling Pickup Trucks In America For First Half of 2018
Jerry Reynolds | July 18, 2018
After six months of sales, the Ford F-Series has a commanding lead over the competition and has a decent chance of topping the one million mark in sales. If memory serves, this would be the first time ever. When I was Ford Dealer Council Chairman in 2000, we went over 900,000 for the first time.
Through June, year-to-date, only Ram, Titan, and Ridgeline are down in the first six months as compared to the first six months of 2017. Here is your list of pickup trucks this year so far:
Well adding Colorado's and Canyon's to the truck numbers isn't apples to apples. The F-150 still sold more than the Silverado/Sierra combo. I believe in 2019 Ford will roll out the new Ranger so we'll see if that outsells the Colorado/Canyon combo.
July 28, 2018 @ 1:04am
My comment was about truck sales in general, not different sizes, shapes, colors, etc. The Ranger might outsell the GM twins, but if so, the F-150 sales will surely take a hit doing it, just as the Silverado and Sierra probably have with the Colorado and Canyon.
July 20, 2018 @ 8:49pm
So GM continues to sell more trucks than Ford. I guess it depends on what size and dealer name you want. Also, Jerry, my wife and I just bought a new Mercedes GLE350 from Frank at Mercedes Benz of Sugarland. What a great experience. Thanks for telling us about them.