Chevy Tahoe and Suburban sales keep climbing ever higher. Will the competition ever catch up? Ford will soon introduce the all-new 2018 Expedition and the 2018 Lincoln Navigator. This will put more pressure of the full-size SUVs from GM, but GM is updating their SUVs with a 10-speed automatic transmission
The first half of the year is done, and the Toyota Tacoma is showing an unsurmountable sales lead in the midsize pickup truck segment. Tacoma sales improved by 4.0% over June of last year.
The Nissan Frontier is still putting up very good numbers. The Frontier is still projected to catch up to
Chevy Silverado sales reverse a recent decline to gain 1.7%in June 2017 over last year and take back second place from Ram. Ford F-Series is still in the lead with another great sales result and a 9.8% increase over last year. Ram trucks continues a sales improvement for a solid third
Manufacturers have released the most recent SUV sales data and the Chevy Tahoe continues to be the best-selling full-size SUV on the market, selling almost 7,900 copies last month and easily outpacing the competition in year-to-date sales figures. If sales of the longer wheelbase Suburban and the almost identical GMC
June of 2016 sales reports are more proof that the midsize pickup truck segment is red hot. All five players in the segment had a very strong month in June as well as healthy overall sales for the first half of 2016. Even though the Toyota Tacoma actually decreased in monthly sales