Pickup trucks saw good growth in March and the season has picked up momentum. With the harsh cold fading and warmer days ahead, more and more customers are heading to dealers. Several pickup manufacturers saw good numbers in March 2015, including Ford, Chevy, Dodge, GMC, Toyota and Nissan.
Ford F-Series (67,706)
The best selling pickup trucks for March was again led by Ford and the popular F-Series. Ford sold 67,706 F-Series pickups in March. While the F-Series led the pack, sales are down compared to this time last year when the company sold 70,940, a difference of 4.6 percent.
Chevrolet Silverado (45,193)
The new Chevy Silverado has helped the pickup advance to the 2nd position in March. Compared to this time last year, the Silverado has enjoyed a 7 percent growth. In 2014, Chevy sold 42,247 Silverado pickup trucks. YTD vs 2014, the pickup truck is up 17 percent.
Dodge Ram (41,595)
The Dodge Ram sold the 3rd most trucks in March at 41,595 units sold. Sales for the Ram are down compared to March 2014 by 2.2 percent when the Ram sold 42,532 pickup trucks. YTD vs 2014, the Dodge Ram has seen growth at 4.8 percent.
GMC Sierra (17,395)
The GMC Sierra came in a distant 4th place with 17,395 pickup trucks sold. The GMC Sierra has seen success in growth, up 7 percent YTD vs 2014. In March 2014, the Sierra sold 16,863 units, giving the Sierra 3.2 percent growth compared to last March.
Toyota Tacoma (39,666)
Rounding out the top 5 best selling pickup trucks for March 2015 is the Toyota Tacoma. The Tacoma saw 39,666 pickup trucks sold, up 10 percent compared to Tacoma sales in March 2014. YTD vs 2014, the Toyota Tacoma has seen 12.6 percent growth.