Top 10 Best-Selling Trucks In America – 2011 Year End


The order rarely changes. The story is told the same way, over and over and over. The harmonies remain unchanged in this song. Ford’s F-Series was the best-selling pickup truck in America in 2011. Sales were up 10.7% compared with 2010.

Indeed, sales of most pickup trucks improved this year. The F-Series’ main challenger, Chevy’s Silverado, posted a 12.2% improvement. The Dodge Ram was up even more notably with a 22.6% gain. Ford’s dying Ranger matched Nissan’s Frontier with a 27.9% improvement, the greatest jump you’ll see in the table below.

Together, GM’s three full-size trucks – the aforementioned Silverado, its GMC Sierra twin, and the Suburban-based Chevrolet Avalanche – found 584,388 buyers in 2011, 529 fewer than Ford did with its F-Series. Sales figures for all ten of America’s most popular pickup trucks are in the table below. Dig a little deeper by accessing the dropdown menu in the top right of this page.

Rank
Best-Selling Truck
2011
2010
% Change
#1
Ford F-Series
584,917 528,349 + 10.7%
#2
Chevrolet Silverado
415,130 370,135 + 12.2%
#3
Dodge Ram
244,763 199,652 + 22.6%
#4
GMC Sierra
149,170 129,794 + 14.9%
#5
Toyota Tacoma
110,705 106,198 + 4.2%
#6
Toyota Tundra
82,908 93,309 – 11.1%
#7
Ford Ranger
70,832 55,364 + 27.9%
#8
Nissan Frontier
51,700 40,427 + 27.9%
#9
Nissan Titan
21,994 23,416 – 6.1%
#10
Chevrolet Avalanche
20,088 20,515 – 2.1%

Source: Manufacturers
Red font indicates year-over-year declining sales

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