What is the most popular truck in the US?
The 5 Most Popular Trucks in America
The only thing truck enthusiasts like to talk about more than their trucks is which brand of truck is better. And while every brand has its pros and cons, when it comes to production and sales, numbers don’t lie.
Here are the most popular trucks on the planet. We only included one vehicle per manufacturer, marking down how many units were sold in 2019.
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#5 – GMC Sierra 1500 (158,284)
The GMC Sierra 1500 is the most upscale truck on the list, with the popular Denali trim getting into luxury territory. Other trucks in the mid-size light-duty class have higher specs, though.
#4 – Toyota Tacoma (245,659)
The only midsize truck to make the list, the Toyota Tacoma has established itself as a reliable V6-only option. While many people prefer a full-size light duty truck, the Tacoma proves it can rough it with best of them.
#3 – Ram 1500 (387,223)
The Ram 1500 has always been a great option, but its popularity exploded with the new generation of Ram trucks. With many auto reviewers are giving it perfect scores and Best Truck awards, the RAM 1500 is might overtake the top two spots in the future.
#2 – Chevy Silverado 1500 (436,480)
The Chevy Silverado has been a top seller for many years. It has consistently reached top ranks by offering comfort, safety, and capability in an affordable package.
#1 – Ford F-150 (623,980)
Unsurprisingly, the F-150 takes the top spot. For over 40 years, Ford has marketed the F-150 as the best-selling truck in America. And that’s no lie. The F-150 outsold its closest competition by almost 190,000 units.
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