The result of higher sales in the automotive industry majorly comes from a pickup truck. US pickup truck sales numbers show that the midsize and small model sales are lower than the full-size pickup truck sales. The total sales of US pickup trucks were last recorded in October 2017 and are $1,974,633. Here are the top 5 US pickup truck sales numbers are as below:
Ford F-Series: This is the model of full-size pickup trucks and includes commercial vehicles and cab trucks. The latest F-Series is lighter than the previous one and can be used in industrial and military applications. The last sales were recorded in October 2017 was around $66,198.
Chevrolet Silverado: This full-size pickup truck was introduced in 1988. It is manufactured by General Motors and is used in various industrial applications. These trucks are known for their strength and reliability. The last sales were recorded in October 2017 is $475,324.
GMC Sierra: The GMC Sierra is a category of light pickup US truck and is known for its confident and refinement deliveries. It is applied in cross-industries due to its intelligent pickup facilities. The last sales were recorded in October 2017 is $179,490.
Toyota Tacoma: This falls into the category of heavy-duty trucks. Toyota trucks look stylish, they’re fast and pack many automatic features. The funky looking transmission programming and gear spacing are pricey but worth the money you spend. The last sales were recorded in October 2017 is $158,586.
Toyota Tundra: Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck and was nominated the truck of the year for the North America region. It is built by a Japanese manufacturer in North America which is first of its kind and is reasonably priced for the features it delivers. The last sales were recorded in October 2017 is $94,355.
On the whole, the latest sales recorded were in October 2017 which grew from September. This is because of the flooding that affects many parts of the US. Consumers had to replace the trucks that were damaged that showed a steep increase in the US pickup truck sales numbers.