Granted, much of that info remains the same. A 10% decline wasn’t enough to suck the Ford F-Series out of its #1 position, 3322 sales ahead of the Dodge Ram and 23 sales ahead of the combined efforts of GM’s Sierra and Silverado. Toss the Chevrolet Avalanche into the mix and GM came out ahead of Ford in Canada in June 2011.
Here are a few interesting facts to hold you over until GoodCarBadCar.net publishes the complete Truck Sales chart for June.
Only 13% of all Silverados sold in June were regular cabs; only 11% of all Sierras sold were regular cab models.
Only 15% of all Toyota Tacomas sold were two-wheel drive trucks; less than 11% of all Tundras were exclusively rear-wheel drive.
While the Ford Ranger, a cancelled model, was down 41% in June, Ford Canada dealers still sold more Rangers than Mustangs or Explorers.
Joining the Sierra, Silverado, and Avalanche, as well as the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado (243 sales) would make room for two more trucks: the Dodge Dakota (241 sales) and Nissan Titan (156 sales).