As has become a routine, Canada’s pickup truck market grew at a pace that far exceeded the overall automobile industry’s rate of growth in June 2013. Dozens of brands combined to sell 1.3% more vehicles altogether. Pickup truck sales jumped 9.5% year-over-year, and so far this year are up 9.3%.
Of the 30,000 trucks sold in June, 36.7% were Ford F-Series pickups. 91.8% were sold by Detroit brands. 95.1% were full-size pickup trucks. Of the 1463 truck buyers who didn’t opt for a full-size pickup, 68.6% chose a Toyota Tacoma. 95.2% of those Tacoma buyers chose four-wheel-drive.
Ford sold more F-Series pickups in June 2013 than in any June in history and the Canadian outpost of the Blue Oval is well on its way to setting another annual record for new vehicle sales, just as it did in 2012. Last month also marked a June record for the Ram P/U. 87 of the Silverados sold and 187 of the Sierras were next-generation models. All 274 of those trucks were crew cabs.
You can click any model name in the table below to find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for both the United States and Canada. The best seller list below takes into account all trucks, and it’s been made sortable so you can rank trucks by year-to-date volume or year-over-year change or alphabetically by clicking the column headings. Best seller lists for cars and SUVs are coming up soon on GCBC. You can always find historical monthly and yearly sales figures for any vehicle by selecting a make and model at the Sales Stats page.