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Another reason I now drive a Ford


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19 minutes ago, supermpuller said:

If you combine GMC and Chevy Ford wasnt the best seller in some years.

It's been back and forth often. Here's '21 and '22:

GM Trucks (COMBINED)* 754,876 768,698 -1.8%
Ford F-Series 653,957 726,004 -9.9%
Chevrolet Silverado 513,354 519,774 -1.2%
Ram Trucks 468,344 569,388 -17.8%
GMC Sierra 241,522 248,924 -3.0%
Toyota Tundra 94,429 81,959 15.2%
–> F-150 Lightning** –>15,617 New New
Nissan Titan 15,064 27,406 -45.0%
Hummer EV 854 1 New
TOTAL: 1,987,524 2,173,456 -8.55%

 

 

     
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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22 minutes ago, New Englander said:

It's been back and forth often. Here's '21 and '22:

GM Trucks (COMBINED)* 754,876 768,698 -1.8%
Ford F-Series 653,957 726,004 -9.9%
Chevrolet Silverado 513,354 519,774 -1.2%
Ram Trucks 468,344 569,388 -17.8%
GMC Sierra 241,522 248,924 -3.0%
Toyota Tundra 94,429 81,959 15.2%
–> F-150 Lightning** –>15,617 New New
Nissan Titan 15,064 27,406 -45.0%
Hummer EV 854 1 New
TOTAL: 1,987,524 2,173,456 -8.55%

 

 

     
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

It will be interesting to see the numbers for 23, those new Super Duty are EVERYWHERE.

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