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10 Best Selling Trucks of 2019

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Updated February 2020

Trucks rule the market in the US: in 2019, the top three best-selling trucks—the Ford F-Series, the RAM Pickup, and the Chevrolet Silverado—combined almost sold more units than the top ten best-selling cars. We hear a lot about the annual race between the big three pickups: here's a list of the top ten best-selling trucks in the US.

#1
Ford F-150
897,000 sold in 2019
Ford’s F-Series has been the best-selling vehicle, overall, for more than three decades. Now in its thirteenth generation, the aluminum-bodied F-Series continues to win the hearts, minds, and wallets of American truck buyers.
Ford F-150
#2
RAM 1500
624,000 sold in 2019
2019 witnessed a major change in the truck market: for the first time, the RAM Pickup outsold the Chevrolet Silverado and moved into second place in sales. The recently-redesigned RAM is a certified hit with buyers.
RAM 1500
#3
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
576,000 sold in 2019
Slightly-yet-significantly behind the RAM pickup sits the Chevrolet Silverado, licking its wounds after a tough 2019. Granted, when combined with sales of the GMC Sierra, the Silverado’s corporate twin, this truck outsells the RAM. But that third-place finish must sting.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
#4
Toyota Tacoma
249,000 sold in 2019
Toyota’s perennial workhorse, the Tacoma, is well-shy of a podium finish, selling not even half as many units as the Silverado. The “Taco” is a favorite with fans, however, and commands high resale values in the used market.
Toyota Tacoma
#5
GMC Sierra 1500
232,000 sold in 2019
The Silverado’s twin, the GMC Sierra, occupies the fifth spot on this list. Other than different styling and a few exclusive features, there’s not much that differentiates the Sierra from the Silverado.
GMC Sierra 1500
#6
Chevrolet Colorado
122,000 sold in 2019
For every four Silverados, Chevrolet sells one Colorado, a long-in-the-tooth midsize truck. It’s been eight long years since Chevrolet last updated the Colorado; with new competition from the Ford Ranger, maybe the Colorado will finally see an update soon?
Chevrolet Colorado
#7
Toyota Tundra
112,000 sold in 2019
Try as it might, Toyota has never been able to crack the full-size truck recipe for the US market. This generation has been around for an incredible thirteen years, a lifetime in automotive terms.
Toyota Tundra
#8
Ford Ranger
84,000 sold in 2019
After seven years of absence, Ford brought back the venerable midsize Ranger for 2019. On sale for years in other markets, the Ranger was welcomed by US buyers looking for a truck with a smaller footprint and a less-thirsty engine.
Ford Ranger
#9
Nissan Frontier
72,000 sold in 2019
Nissan’s Frontier soldiers into its sixteenth year in the US market. You read that right: George W. Bush was still in his first term when this truck was last redesigned. Sales remain steady.
Nissan Frontier
#10
Jeep Gladiator
40,000 sold in 2019
Finally, in tenth place, we find Jeep’s new Wrangler-based truck, the Gladiator. The Gladiator is the first new Jeep pickup since the Comanche was discontinued in 1992.
Jeep Gladiator
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