Truck sales continue to thrive in 2019. All year Iíve been watching the race for #2, which for decades has been held by Chevrolet. However, this year the new Ram has been outselling the Silverado and looks poised to hang on to the second spot in volume. The GM strike is not helping the situation.
Total sales through the third quarter ended up at 2,274,000 pickup trucks versus 2,153,000 through September of 2018. For the month of September, only Silverado and Colorado showed increases from September 2018.
Here are your pickup sales numbers so far this year:
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