Not surprisingly, the most popular truck in America in May 2011 was the Ford F-Series. Even if you join the Chevrolet Avalanche to GM’s Silverado/Sierra tally, Ford still trounced General Motors by 1991 sales. The F-Series was down 15% in May, however. Ford’s dying Ranger was off 14.1%. Silverado sales fell 15.7%. Sales of the GMC Sierra were down 4.9%.
On the flip side, Dodge Ram sales improved to the tune of a 16.3% song. Toyota Tacoma sales also rose, up 5.3% to 9091. The usual fifth-place truck in this chart (behind the F-Series, Silverado/Sierra, Ram, and Tacoma) is the Toyota Tundra. But Tundra sales slid from May 2010’s 8491 total to just 4307 in the same period of this year.
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