February 2013 Top 15 Pickup Truck Sales

Fords Pair 2013 II

February sales continue to head in a positive direction with eight of the top 10 pickups outperforming monthly sales from a year ago. GM is making a strong push to sell down the inventory of its Silverado and Sierra half-ton trucks to make room for the coming new models as it continues plant upgrades. That means that some dealers are able to offer great deals, and consumers seem to responding.

With all the attention on GM's new 1500 trucks (and for good reason — a lot is riding on their success), it's easy to forget that both Ford and Toyota continue to increase their truck sales with double-digit gains. Interestingly, the question no one is asking is what impact will it have when so many pickup nameplates leave the truck market. Will the decrease in the number of consumer choices mean higher overall prices or will the remaining competitors get even more aggressive with cash on the hood?

Look for all the full-size truckmakers to continue to benefit as the housing and construction industries make more progress, but the year is only just getting started.

Rank YTD Sales YTD vs. 2012
Year-Over-Year Monthly Sales vs. Month 2012
1 Ford F-Series +18.1% February 2013 54,489 +15.3%
101,330 February 2012 47,273

2 Chevrolet Silverado +30.3% February 2013 41,643 +28.9%
77,088 February 2012 32,297

3 Ram Trucks +8.0% February 2013 23,289 +3.1%
43,763 February 2012 22,595

4 GMC Sierra +29.6% February 2013 14,133 +25.0%
26,979 February 2012 11,306

5 Toyota Tacoma
+24.0% February 2013 12,644 +18.5%
24,266 February 2012 10,674

6 Toyota Tundra +20.9% February 2013 7,306 +15.5%
14,310 February 2012 6,328

7 Nissan Frontier -33.2% February 2013 2,736 -35.4%
5,360 February 2012 4,237

8 Chevrolet Avalanche*
+23.2% February 2013 2,263 +26.1%
4,202 February 2012 1,794

9 Nissan Titan
+5.1% February 2013 1,634 +3.7%
3,028 February 2012

1,576

10 Honda Ridgeline -2.4% February 2013 1,301 -5.0%
2,553 February 2012

1,370

11 Chevy Colorado * -74.2% February 2013 828 -76.6%
1,650 February 2012 3,532

12 GMC Canyon * -77.3% February 2013 180 -83.1%
482 February 2012

1,064

13

Caddy Escalade EXT*

+40.7% February 2013 191 +27.3%
363 February 2012

150

14 Suzuki Equator * -3.9% February 2013 109 -27.8%
249 February 2012

151

15 Ford Ranger * -100% February 2013 0 -100%
0 February 2012

4,482

* No longer in production but still being sold.

Comments

@ Tom

The options you listed off will be optional in the Silverado. It's also getting the new interior with the same level of detail minus a "Denali" type package.

A quick google search would've saved you a long rant lol

Are really offended by the "honest, hardworking Chevy" quote?

Don't take it too seriously, it's just a sales pitch. Personaly I'd take the GMC because I think it looks better than the Silverado. If the salseman says "Hey, you aren't honest or hardworking!" I might be a bit offended but I doubt that will happen.

Why are the "Tom's" on this site so dramatic?

@ turdra lol

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

YOU ACTUALLY THINK THE TRUCK YOU POSTED IS COOL! bro, that truck will only tow 6,700 lbs!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL and STILL only says 21 hwy. and heres the link to prove it!

http://www.ramtrucks.com/en/towing_guide/?section=light_duty

my Tundra rated at 13/18 gets 20 on the highway and its towing rating is 10,100 lbs. Thanks i'll take my more reliable truck that tows more, is faster, and just as efficient as your overly complicated OHV with an 8 speed with MDS that only tows a little more than HALF what my truck does..........

can you imagine the MPG the tundra would get with a tiny rear end gear like that? LOL the truck would undoubtably do 23 on the highway.

Chrysler is reportedly having a hard time ramping up production of its 2013 Ram 1500. According to The Detroit News, only 16 of the 58 trucks built at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant during the model's first hour passed final inspection. While quality eventually improved over the course of the day, just over half of the units built on Thursday were approved for shipment. Even with workers ordered to stay late to fix their mistakes, some 1,078 units remained outside the facility with defects. The problem, according to workers at the plant, is morale.

According to the report, Chrysler recently changed the shift schedule at the plant and workers are unhappy with the new situation. The new plan has workers split into three shifts, each covering four 10-hour days. With the shifts staggered, some workers now have to work nights and on Saturdays. Some employees are so upset that they've taken to protesting, though the move isn't sanctioned by the United Auto Workers.

Meanwhile, Chrysler admits there were internal issues with the launch, but that the company was able to contain them. A spokesperson has said "plant quality indicators are getting progressively better."

http://www.autoblog.com/2013/03/01/chryslers-internal-documents-question-ram-quality-as-workers-pr/

If I knew any MAKE was doing this I would never buy AGAIN from them .....

@Dav: a couple threads ago I posted a link to a 2013 Ram 4X4 SLT CREWCAB window sticker, I believe the 8 speed 4X4 number on that is 15 city, 21 highway. I think it was the one about the most selling half tons, and it was at the end of it. It 3.21 geared

WOW turdra

i ALSO just noticed that monstrosity of a truck you linked up is $44,200 that ONLY tows 6,700lbs AND only has CLOTH INTERIOR at almost a 45k price point! EPIC FAIL. Good god and you people think Tundra's are expensive!? $45k on a Tundra will get you a crew max limited 5.7 4x4 with leather, heated seats, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel with a 10 way power seat with power folding outside mirrors that ALL have memory settings. Moonroof, a back window that rolls all the way down, 20's with the max tow package and all! (i could keep going but theres no point). That ram that wont tow anything is pretty sad it takes an 8 speed trans to accomplish that little of a gain!

Turda LOL, so you're telling us you are anti Toyota because you owned two of them and had bad luck with both?

I've owned 22 cars (counting my kids cars before they moved out and I didn't have to maintain them). Four were GM, four were Chrysler products, five were Fords and five were Toyotas. None of them were trouble free, but I will say pretty emphatically that my worst Toyota was better than my best Chrysler product.

My current vehicles are a 2001 Avalon (270,000 miles) and a 2002 Tundra (155,000 miles). There's an old saying -- if you want somebody to look at the menu, spit in their soup. The big three spit in my soup. I won't be going back.

@Cory, Good find.

http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130301/AUTO0101/303010342/Reports-question-Ram-quality?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

I work at a Dodge dealership and we got out first 8-speed model last week. The poor guy couldn't get it off the transporter truck, it wouldn't start and the transmission wouldn't shift out of park. A tech had to bypass the dial to get it into neutral and we had to push it into the shop. Not a good sign. Since I started I've seen firsthand how Chrysler products are crap.

On a side note, the 1.4l DCT combo in the Dart is truly awful. I don't see how they expect that to replace a traditional autobox.

@Hemi lol: are you SURE that is a link to an 8 speed truck...nope! As for your ignorant comment ( what else should we expect from a TOYOTA SALESBOY?) The transission ratios aren,t the same, so comparing axle gears is not apples to apples. A 3.21 geared ram has more gear ratio with an 8 speed then your 4.30 geared tundra does, when put in tow haul it uses the first 7 gears, it is about a 2.71 Ratio, while your precious tundra tows with a 2.48 ratio. So, which one will downshift 1st? Yours will, and the gears are not as close. Then the ram has an 8th gear for economy.
Yours is faster? Bah hah hah, yeah right! 20 mpg from a tundra? They barely got 18 from the 4x2 in the 30 k shootout! You lie! Or maybe you mean 20@55 mph?

@Dave & Cory, This is getting bad.

From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130301/AUTO0101/303010342#ixzz2MPT5CuXP

10-12K on the hoods on Tundra's & Chevrolet's hoods in my area.
That could be the reason for the uptick on sales.
Very little money on the hoods of the Fords & RAMs in my area.


March 1, 2013, 5:02 PM

GM Takes Pickup Sales Lead By Selling More For Less

Corporate Intelligence

By Mike Ramsey

It’s not often that a company boasts about bringing in less money on greater sales volume, but that’s what General Motors Co. did today when explaining how it outsold arch-rival Ford Motor Co. in the large pickup truck segment last month.

GM reported U.S. sales Friday and an eager spokesman pointed out that the company had retaken the lead in sales of full-sized pickups from cross-town and rival Ford. GM’s pickup truck sales rocketed up in February to a combined 55,776 vehicles, including the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, passing Ford’s still strong 54,489 F-series truck sales for the month.

A GM spokesman explained his company’s success by arguing that Ford’s trucks were too expensive to benefit from the housing resurgence. The average transaction price for a Ford pickup was $4,000 higher than a GM truck. This higher price, he said, took Ford out of the range of plumbers, framers and other contractors looking to get back into the market to catch the housing rebound. GM said its discounts on pickups last month were about $500 higher per truck than Ford’s.

Ford did fall behind in the pickup market in February, but only by about 1,300 fewer trucks. Based on GM’s figures, Ford would still have generated about $200 million more in revenue overall from the trucks it sold. More on the importance of pickups to GM and Ford’s respective profits in the full post.

WSJ: http://tinyurl.com/acllk9u

Posted by: Dave | Mar 1, 2013 10:07:28 PM

@Dave, Nice. lol.

@ TRX4tom

Really bud, more gear than my tundra right? that may be but the power of the hemi being so high in the RPM range its needed to keep up. your numbers are a little off by the way smart guy.

tundra
1. 3.33 x4.3 14.310
2. 1.96 x4.3 8.428
3. 1.35 x4.3 5.805
4. 1.00 x4.3 4.3
5. .728 x4.3 3.131
6. .588 x4.3 2.529

ram
1. 4.69 x3.21 15.054
2. 3.13 x3.21 10.047
3. 2.104 x3.21 6.754
4. 1.667 x3.21 5.351
5. 1.285 x3.21 4.125
6. 1.00 x3.21 3.21
7. .839 x3.21 2.693
8. .667 x3.21 2.141

the difference here is that the zf trans doesnt have a variable lockup converter (that i can find anyway) and the tundra DOES. So with 6 initial gears and the availability for the torque converter to lockup in 3rd,4th,5th, AND 6th essentially the tundra has 10 different ratios internally and the Transmission is designed to work SPECIFICALLY with the 5.7 iforce unlike the zf which is generically spec'd for numerous powertrains.

BTW it doesnt matter whos trans downshifts fastest, its a matter of which engine trans combo is better tuned to work with each other. case in point duramax/allison is better tuned together so they perform better than the more powerful powerstroke, BY ALOT as we recently found out.

So you can keep takin shots at my character and act as if i'm just a sales guy that doesnt know anything..................... its FUNNY! you have no idea of my background and you seem to think i've pushed a pen all my life. you just keep thinkin that.

BTW my 5905lb. crew max 4x4 platinum did 19.6 mpg running 75mph from gatlinburg to cincinnati. MOUNTAINS INCLUDED! manually checked not the computer in the truck (which actually showed the SAME lol). If i were on flat ground it would be better. We have a guy that works here that runs 40 miles each way and he logs 22mpg on a DAILY basis running 63-65 mph in a dbl cab 4x4 5.7. these are REAL numbers not bs ones. BOTH these trucks sport the 4.3 axle with OVER 10k towing capacity WHILE GETTING THESE FUEL ECONOMY FIGURES!

PS..................... I dont have to put mine into tow/haul mode to pull 10k. The 6speed in my truck is MADE for it.

@ devo340

THERE IS NOWHERE IN THIS COUNTRY YOU CAN GET 10-12K OFF A TUNDRA! LOL LOL

$10k off Tundras.
http://toyotaofmckinney.com/Videos/?VideoId=32290&autoPlay=true

$10,000 off on Tundras
http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forums/pricing-and-dealers/223447-up-to-10-000-off-tundras/

The power of the internet is a wonderful thing. lol.

This article will help people understand what's going on at the moment, channel stuffing. It appears GM is the worst.

In Australia we don't have that problem, so the cost of getting into a new vehicles is more.

Just like any retail operation, items sitting on the floor and not moving will cost the company interest. That means cash is tied up in products people aren't buying rather than money in the bank.

This is one problem that seems to be very US. Companies will reduce profits, even go broke if they don't read the market correctly, as profits for vehicles drop.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/03/the-truth-about-channel-stuffing/#postcomments

@ TOM

those are left over 2012 models so thats like a dealer that has 1 or 2 left. thats not a "normal" sales thing. it IS a normal thing in chevy land and thats what i was getting at. Toyota has been 13's for the last 3 months so there is only a couple places left with one or two 2012s.


ALSO, i should say i forgot to take into consideration that Gulf States Toyota or South East Toyota could be running some oddball special that the rest of the US wont see

This article will help people understand what's going on at the moment, channel stuffing. It appears GM is the worst.

In Australia we don't have that problem, so the cost of getting into a new vehicles is more.

Just like any retail operation, items sitting on the floor and not moving will cost the company interest. That means cash is tied up in products people aren't buying rather than money in the bank.

This is one problem that seems to be very US. Companies will reduce profits, even go broke if they don't read the market correctly, as profits for vehicles drop.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/03/the-truth-about-channel-stuffing/#postcomments

This article will help people understand what's going on at the moment, channel stuffing. It appears GM is the worst.

In Australia we don't have that problem, so the cost of getting into a new vehicles is more.

Just like any retail operation, items sitting on the floor and not moving will cost the company interest. That means cash is tied up in products people aren't buying rather than money in the bank.

This is one problem that seems to be very US. Companies will reduce profits, even go broke if they don't read the market correctly, as profits for vehicles drop.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/03/the-truth-about-channel-stuffing/#postcomments

This article will help people understand what's going on at the moment, channel stuffing. It appears GM is the worst.

In Australia we don't have that problem, so the cost of getting into a new vehicles is more.

Just like any retail operation, items sitting on the floor and not moving will cost the company interest. That means cash is tied up in products people aren't buying rather than money in the bank.

This is one problem that seems to be very US. Companies will reduce profits, even go broke if they don't read the market correctly, as profits for vehicles drop.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/03/the-truth-about-channel-stuffing/#postcomments

This article will help people understand what's going on at the moment, channel stuffing. It appears GM is the worst.

In Australia we don't have that problem, so the cost of getting into a new vehicles is more.

Just like any retail operation, items sitting on the floor and not moving will cost the company interest. That means cash is tied up in products people aren't buying rather than money in the bank.

This is one problem that seems to be very US. Companies will reduce profits, even go broke if they don't read the market correctly, as profits for vehicles drop.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/03/the-truth-about-channel-stuffing/#postcomments

This article will help people understand what's going on at the moment, channel stuffing. It appears GM is the worst.

In Australia we don't have that problem, so the cost of getting into a new vehicles is more.

Just like any retail operation, items sitting on the floor and not moving will cost the company interest. That means cash is tied up in products people aren't buying rather than money in the bank.

This is one problem that seems to be very US. Companies will reduce profits, even go broke if they don't read the market correctly, as profits for vehicles drop.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/03/the-truth-about-channel-stuffing/#postcomments

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@ big Al

that chart is REALLY interesting. this is ANOTHER reason you DONT see Toyota giving huge discounts. they are very good at building according to demand instead of cramming inventory down the dealers throat until they cannot move them without them having birthdays on the lot. Thats just BAD for business. long in the tooth inventory most often has damage on them somewhere from bird droppings to dings and scratches ect. keeping a low day turn is crucial to not having these problems at delivery.

A little bit of perspective on the GM fed Government fleet sales.

The US government only buys about 60,000 fleet cars based on numbers going back to 2010. Of those 60,000 units last year GM made up somthing like 30-35% which is about 21,000 units over an entire year. So we're talking about 1750 units a month to the fed. So the fed makes up about 1% of GM's monthy sales which isn't even worth talking about.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@hemi lol
That's why Toyota is a profitable company, the same for VW. The US manufacturers, have look at their business models if they want to stay in business.

The US (vehicle manufacturers) doesn't have the economic clout to absord those kinds of production numbers over a longer period.

It seems Fiat has Chrysler/Ram/Jeep managing their respective brands much better.

It's good to see sales of vehicles rising in the US as this creates much needed jobs. It doesn't matter what the company is creating jobs. But it has to be sustainable.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@Tom
You're new - or just a new name

DenverMike - Ford

TRX4 Tom - Chrysler

Tom - GM

Read the post I just submitted. GM is notorious for channel stuffing. Toyota is by far the lowest, hence more profit. This creates a supply and demand situation.

@ big al


something is causing your posts to show up 5, 6, and 7 different times lol lol something is wrong with your computer maybe?

Yeah, it looks like Fiat is doing a decent job of not channel stuffing and using JIT practices with good turn.

But based on the links above, I would guess that Fiat HQ is looking at moving ALL production to Mexico to escape the UAW "quality" of pickups made in Detriot.

I wonder if GM's channel stuffing has the same root problem... .

@hemi lol
No, not my computer, had it checked out by out IT whips at work.

Plus I post on other forums.

Someone, is using multiple names and trolling. The person (troll) knows I can detect his old and new tags. The person is obnoxious.

If you have noticed the times vary to initiate the multiple postings. The the times have several seconds inconsistency between the multiple. This leads me to believe someone is multiple posting my posts.

I don't know why PUTC has done nothing as I have notified them of this occurence several days ago.

I have sent posts under different names and nothing occurs as well.

I think the troll is trying to get everyone sick of my posts and force me off the site because I can identify when he posts now.

Also the multiple post only occur when certain people are addressed in my posts. Now he'll start to post everything, oh well, what a sad person.

@hemi lol
No, not my computer, had it checked out by out IT whips at work.

Plus I post on other forums.

Someone, is using multiple names and trolling. The person (troll) knows I can detect his old and new tags. The person is obnoxious.

If you have noticed the times vary to initiate the multiple postings. The the times have several seconds inconsistency between the multiple. This leads me to believe someone is multiple posting my posts.

I don't know why PUTC has done nothing as I have notified them of this occurence several days ago.

I have sent posts under different names and nothing occurs as well.

I think the troll is trying to get everyone sick of my posts and force me off the site because I can identify when he posts now.

Also the multiple post only occur when certain people are addressed in my posts. Now he'll start to post everything, oh well, what a sad person.

Here's your 2013.

2013 Tundras $10,000 off
http://toyotaofkilleen.com/2013-Toyota-Tundra-Special/

The power of the internet is a wonderful thing.

hemi lol

Funny you mention price. That Ram is so expensive because who ever ordered it optioned it that way. The standard Laramie Longhorn starts at $44.7K which absolutly shames the premium turdra.
BTW if you spend $50 more dollars on that Ram you can get a version that tows 1,000+ lbs then the turdra limited/premium according to yota's site, 9000 is the max for a 4x4.
If you comparing epa figures for the 4x4 turdra is 17 highway compared to the 2013 Ram 21. And if we are making exaggerated claims about FE my truck is listed as 13/14/17 and I get 22 highway.
The 8 speed destroys the turdra 6 speed. Larger spread, quicker shifting, smoother, more efficient, and more reliable. Look up problems with 8hp, you find little.
BTW according to your unbeatable yota corporation, the company itself calls the (what you call) "variable lockup TC" a: "Variable TC Flex Lockup Control" and they define it as: "A rather long name for the progressive locking of the torque converter." So once again you think a normal TC with a fancy yota name is more advanced then any other normal TC. Get real. This is one more example that shows you know nothing more then spewing fancy names and think they are great. Link to prove you are full of $hit.
http://www.toyota.com/owners/web/pages/resources/glossary?p_p_id=glossary_WAR_toyotaownersonlineportlet_INSTANCE_Qv53&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&p_p_col_id=column-1&p_p_col_count=1&_glossary_WAR_toyotaownersonlineportlet_INSTANCE_Qv53_action=showGlossary&_glossary_WAR_toyotaownersonlineportlet_INSTANCE_Qv53_keyword=V

Cory

The it is the UAW workers causing the problems not Ram, and the trucks aren't leaving the factory until fixed. Same as every other manufacturer.

Paul

Prove it, show us the vin of the truck.

Ventessa

You really criticize me for not having faith in yota after 2 vehicles that have failed, catastrophically (several thousands to fix each time, and destroying what was left of resale value)?
You act like you are the only person who has owned more then one brand. I will tell you with my track record of yotas braking 100% of the time, for me, yota sucks. The D3, for me, have been much more reliable, and the Honda my wife drives has been the most reliable.



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