An Increasingly Large Number Of Buyers Are Scooping
Up Chevrolet Avalanches Before It’s Too Late
America’s truck market features a quickly shrinking number of nameplates to choose from. Ford Ranger? Dead. Mazda B-Series? Forgotten. Dodge Dakota? She gone. Suzuki Equator? We don’t have January numbers yet, but small they will be.
This leaves 13 different pickup trucks available in the pickup-friendly United States. Two of those trucks are dying a slow death: the Chevrolet Avalanche (up 20% in January) and Cadillac Escalade EXT (up 59%) are undeserving of their sentences.
At the top of the heap in January sat, as usual, the Ford F-Series. Sales of America’s best-selling vehicle jumped 22% to 46,841, but the F-Series was outsold by GM’s twins – the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra – by 1450 units.
These were the 14 best-selling pickup trucks in America in January 2013 – click any model name in the table below to find historical monthly and yearly sales figures from both the U.S. and Canada.
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