Complete American Pickup Truck Sales Figures - 2006 Year End

2006 Lincoln Mark LT
U.S. pickup truck sales slid 10% in 2006 as the vast majority of truck nameplates posted measurable year-over-year sales decreases. The Ford F-Series continued to lead the way, but Ford lost 105,000 F-Series sales compared with 2005. 


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There were 22 different pickup truck nameplates generating sales in America in 2006. The bulk of the category's sales - 2,203,721, or 76.1% - were produced by six key full-size trucks: the Silverado, Ram, F-Series, Sierra, Titan, and Tundra. (The Cadillac Escalade EXT, Chevrolet Avalanche, and Lincoln MKT kicked in another 76,848 full-size sales.) 

Pickups accounted for 17.5% of the new vehicles sold in America in 2006, a year in which overall new vehicle sales decreased by 2.6%. Complete sales figures for 23 different truck nameplates are visible in the sortable table below.

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Pickup Truck
2006
2005

Change
Cadillac Escalade EXT
7,019
7,766
-9.6%
Chevrolet Avalanche
57,076
63,186
-9.7%
Chevrolet Colorado
93,876
128,359
-26.9%
Chevrolet S10
4
149
-97.3%
Chevrolet Silverado
636,069
705,980
-9.9%
Chevrolet SSR
3,803
8,107
-53.1%
Dodge Dakota
76,098
104,051
-26.9%
Dodge Ram
364,177
400,543
-9.1%
Ford F-Series
796,039
901,463
-11.7%
Ford Ranger
92,420
120,958
-23.6%
GMC Canyon
23,979
34,845
-31.2%
GMC Sierra
210,736
229,488
-8.2%
GMC Sonoma
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66
-100%
Honda Ridgeline
50,193
42,593
17.8%
Isuzu i-Series
3,497
889
293%
Lincoln Mark LT
12,753
10,274
24.1%
Mazda B-Series
4,086
5,872
-30.4%
Mitsubishi Raider
7,595
1,145
563%
Nissan Frontier
77,510
72,838
6.4%
Nissan Titan
72,192
86,945
-17.0%
Subaru Baja
5,241
6,239
-16.0%
Toyota Tacoma
178,351
168,831
5.6%
Toyota Tundra
124,508
126,529
-1.6%
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Total
2,897,222
3,227,116 -10.2%
Source: Automakers & ANDC

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