Complete American Pickup Truck Sales Figures - 2005 Year End

2006 Honda Ridgeline RTL
Pickup truck sales in the United States in 2005 were basically level as the category endured a great deal of change, as the overall new vehicle market grew 0.5%. New trucks arrived at Mitsubishi (the Dakota-based Raider) and Honda (the Odyssey-based Ridgeline) and Lincoln (the F-150-based Mark LT) and Isuzu (the Colorado-based i-Series). 

Other trucks disappeared, as General Motors replaced the S10 and Sonoma with the Colorado and Canyon.


Complete U.S. Pickup Truck Market Sales Figures - 2004 Year End
Complete U.S. Pickup Truck Market Sales Figures - 2006 Year End


Full-size trucks - Silverado, Sierra, F-Series, Ram, Titan, and Tundra - accounted for 2,450,948 (76.2%) of the 3.2 million pickup trucks sold in America in 2005. Excluding those trucks, the Lincoln Mark LT, and the two SUV-like Cadillac and Chevrolet pickups (Escalade EXT and Avalanche) and small/midsize truck sales improved 3.6% to 694,942, or 21.6% of the overall pickup truck market.

In total, these 23 pickup truck nameplates produced 19% of the overall new vehicle market's sales volume in 2005.

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Pickup Truck
2005
2004

Change
Cadillac Escalade EXT
7766
9638
-19.4%
Chevrolet Avalanche
63,186
80,566
-21.6%
Chevrolet Colorado
128,359
117,475
9.3%
Chevrolet S10
149
10,014
-98.5%
Chevrolet Silverado
705,980
680,768
3.7%
Chevrolet SSR
8107
9648
-16.0%
Dodge Dakota
104,051
105,614
-1.5%
Dodge Ram
400,543
426,289
-6.0%
Ford F-Series
901,463
939,511
-4.0%
Ford Ranger
120,958
156,322
-22.6%
GMC Canyon
34,845
27,193
28.1%
GMC Sierra
229,488
213,756
7.4%
GMC Sonoma
66
3303
-98.0%
Honda Ridgeline
42,593
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Isuzu i-Series
889
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Lincoln Mark LT
10,274
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Mazda B-Series
5872
10,266
-42.8%
Mitsubishi Raider
1145
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Nissan Frontier
72,838
70,703
3.0%
Nissan Titan
86,945
83,848
3.7%
Subaru Baja
6239
7316
-14.7%
Toyota Tacoma
168,831
152,933
10.4%
Toyota Tundra
126,529
112,484
12.5%
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Total
3,227,116
3,217,647 0.3%
Source: Automakers & ANDC

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