If you’re not the Ford F-Series, becoming America’s favourite pickup truck is as likely as spotting Canadian soccer players…. on the pitch… at the 2014 World Cup. Okay, to be honest, becoming America’s favourite pickup truck is even more unlikely than that.
Month after month, year after year, the Ford F-150 and its heavy duty brethren combine to out-sell the opposition with ease. In times when the Chevrolet Silverado was the better truck, the Ford F-Series sold with more success. When Japanese competition was the newest hottest thang, the Ford F-Series was the best-selling truck in America. To console General Motors and Dodge, it would be interesting to see daily statistics. But then, what if there wasn’t even a day in June 2010 where the Ford F-Series was toppled? That’d hurt.
A Graph with all the necessary numbers on America’s best-selling trucks is below. Keep in mind, the Chevrolet Silverado is responsible for 30,994 of GM’s full-size truck sales.