Ford’s unbeatable F-Series was up 14.1% in February. The Dodge Ram increased by an astounding 81.6%. Though Toyota Tundra sales jumped 28.2%, Tacoma sales fell 5.4%.
Then there’s General Motors. Together, the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra were up 66.3% on a 60.1% Silverado increase and an 85.8% Sierra bump.
Through two months of 2011 the GM full-size duo is ahead of Ford’s F-Series by 8868 sales. The Dodge Ram is up 53% on the year but its two-month total is less than the F-Series and Silverado found in February. America’s Top 5 Best-Selling Trucks from February 2011 can be seen in the chart below.
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