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Pickup Truck Sales from February 2010

  
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Pickup Truck Sales from February 2010

 
bkong bkong
Administrator | Posts: 599 | Joined: 07/08
Posted: 03/03/10
05:11 PM

Here are the latest pickup truck sales numbers as collected by the team at PickupTrucks.com:

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No. 1: Ford F-Series
60,525 +23.9% YTD
February 2010: 32,895
February 2009: 23,614

No. 2: Chevrolet Silverado
42,594 -2.7% YTD
February 2010: 19,822
February 2009: 19,788

No. 3: Dodge Ram
20,224 -26% YTD
February 2010: 10,267
February 2009: 14,488

No. 4: Toyota Tacoma
15,072 +1.3% YTD
February 2010: 8,325
February 2009: 7,874

No. 5: GMC Sierra
13,567 -5.9% YTD
February 2010: 6,296
February 2009: 6,400

No. 6: Toyota Tundra
9,372 -23.7% YTD
February 2010: 5,468
February 2009: 5,726

No. 7: Ford Ranger
7,849 +22.4% YTD
February 2010: 3,706
February 2009: 3,597

No. 8: Nissan Frontier
4,487 +39.3% YTD
February 2010: 2,532
February 2009: 1,617

No. 9: Nissan Titan
3,213 +8.3% YTD
February 2010: 1,721
February 2009: 1,508

No. 10: Chevrolet Colorado
3,186 -37.5% YTD
February 2010: 1,247
February 2009: 1,685

Notable Items:
- Chevrolet Colorado slips to the number 10 spot behind the Nissan Titan
- Through February, Ford F-Series trucks are outselling combined sales of Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra




And here are the trucks that didn't make the top-10 cut:

Dodge Dakota
1885 -33% YTD
Feb. 2010: 891
Feb. 2009: 1334

GMC Canyon
1210 -30.1% YTD
Feb. 2010: 510
Feb. 2009: 553

Hummer H2 SUT/H3T
Sales numbers not released, but the Hummer brand has sold 561 total vehicles in 2010

Discontinued Chevrolet Kodiak/GMC Topkick

Kodiak 4/5 Series
293 -59.9% YTD
Feb. 2010: 155
Feb. 2009: 385

Kodiak 6/7/8 Series
36 -81.2% YTD
Feb. 2010: 17
Feb. 2009: 95

Topkick 4/5 Series
315 -26.1% YTD
Feb. 2010: 125
Feb. 2009: 208

Topkick 6/7/8 Series
80 -78.0% YTD
Feb. 2010: 41
Feb. 2009: 276

Because the Transit Connect was in the running for 2010 Truck of the Year, here are its figures:

Ford Transit Connect
2499 YTD
Feb. 2010: 1338
Feb. 2009: N/A (not released)

Source: PickupTrucks.com  

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