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2019 U.S Pickup Truck Sales Figures By Model (With Rankings)

Sales Figures & Rankings for Pickup Trucks Sold in the United States

2019 Best Selling Pickup Trucks In the United States (All Models Ranked)

Pickup truck sales for the month of December and for the entire year of 2019 proved to be one of the more interesting areas of the market. Industry stalwarts like the Ford F-Series and the Chevrolet Silverado saw declines for both the month and the year.

Continuing its long-standing tradition, the F-Series, especially the F-150, remained the top-selling vehicle in the U.S. With its broad range of configurations, engine options, and the introduction of more advanced technology and luxury features, the F-Series appealed to a vast audience. The Silverado, a perennial competitor to Ford’s F-Series, maintained strong sales numbers. 2019 saw the rollout of the redesigned Silverado with a focus on weight reduction, improved aerodynamics, and a broader range of powertrain options.

However, the Ram Pickup managed to have a heck of a year, seeing increases of over 18 percent. It was down for the month, though. The 2019 model year was part of the fifth-generation RAM introduced in 2019, known for its luxurious interior, advanced technology features, and a mild-hybrid system for improved efficiency. We expect this to continue in 2020.

Other trucks that saw strong sales for the year include the Honda Ridgeline and the GMC Sierra. The Sierra, a corporate sibling to the Chevrolet Silverado, also saw a new design in 2019. While mechanically similar to the Silverado, the Sierra often targeted a slightly more upscale audience, especially with the Denali trims.

There are some new trucks that came out in 2019 that also seem to be doing decent, including the Ford Ranger and the Jeep Gladiator. It will be interesting to see how these models fare in 2020. Dominating the mid-size truck segment, the Tacoma remained popular for those who didn’t need the full size and capability of larger trucks. Its reputation for durability and strong resale value contributed to its success.

Here Are The Most Popular Pickup Trucks in the U.S for 2019

This sales data table looks at sales performance for the passenger car segment in the United States for the full year and is ranked from most popular passenger car to least popular.

Model Month Month LY Change YTD YTD LY YTD Change
GMC Canyon 2,148 2,775 -22.59 32,826 33,493 -1.99
Chevrolet Colorado 8,391 10,131 -17.18 121,703 134,842 -9.74
Ford F-Series 77,033 87,772 -12.24 896,526 909,330 -1.41
Nissan Frontier 4,720 7,492 -37.00 72,369 79,646 -9.14
Jeep Gladiator 5,487 0 0.00 40,038 0 0.00
Ram Pickup 56,825 60,155 -5.54 633,694 536,980 18.01
Ford Ranger 10,886 0 0.00 83,571 0 0.00
Honda Ridgeline 3,757 2,867 31.04 33,334 30,592 8.96
GMC Sierra 22,628 22,729 -0.44 232,325 219,554 5.82
Chevrolet Silverado 53,785 54,424 -1.17 575,569 585,582 -1.71
Toyota Tacoma 20,727 21,531 -3.73 248,801 245,659 1.28
Nissan Titan 1,916 4,661 -58.89 31,514 50,459 -37.55
Toyota Tundra 8,714 11,216 -22.31 111,673 118,258 -5.57
∑ = 277,017 ∑ = 285,753 ∑ = 3,113,943 ∑ = 2,944,395

2019 U.S New Pickup Trucks Sales by Month (All Models)

This sales data table looks at monthly sales performance for the pickup truck segment in the United States on a month to month basis for the entire year so far. It includes all major pickup truck models sold in the U.S market and you can see that the monthly pickup truck sales trends clearly. Seeing the individual pickup truck model sales performance in this way gives you a good sense of the momentum (good or bad).