2012 looks to be starting off quite well for some, while others continue to struggle. The F-Series picks up where it left off and the Ram Trucks is the big winner, posting a 47-percent improvement over the first month of 2011. Additionally, the mid-size segment is doing exceptionally well with Tacoma, Frontier and Chevy's Colorado all up between 20 and 40 percent over last year's January. GMC is down the most of the Top Ten players, with Tundra, Titan, and Colorado close behind.
We've also just received a huge data dump of complete sales figures from 2011 from some our data collection sources so we'll find out who sold the most half-tons and heavy-dutys for last year as well. More to come.
|Rank||YTD Sales||YTD vs. 2011
|1||Ford F-Series||+7.5%||January 2012||38,493|
|2||Chevrolet Silverado||-4.7%||January 2012||26,850|
|3||Ram Trucks||+46.8%||January 2012||17,909|
|4||GMC Sierra||-10.4%||January 2012||9,517|
|6||Toyota Tundra||-9.4%||January 2012||5,512|
|7||Ford Ranger||+77.1%||January 2012||5,043|
|8||Nissan Frontier||+35.3%||January 2012||3,782|
|9||Chevrolet Colorado||+30.3%||January 2012||2,872|
|10||Nissan Titan||-8.7%||January 2012||1,306|