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Old 12-12-2007, 03:18 PM
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Where are November truck sales?

Havent seen november truck sales, maybe its a surprise for year end truck sales, ford beat the closest contender buy 150,000 units haha, didnt the tundra only sell 150,000 units for the whole year haha
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Havent seen november truck sales, maybe its a surprise for year end truck sales, ford beat the closest contender buy 150,000 units haha, didnt the tundra only sell 150,000 units for the whole year haha
So your pulling these #'s from?

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Old 12-12-2007, 07:32 PM
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Here you go buddy

Ford F-Series
635,520 -12.4% YTD
Nov 2007: 46,568
Nov 2006: 52,727

Chevrolet Silverado
564,697 -3.3% YTD
Nov 2007: 38,122
Nov 2006: 44,363

Dodge Ram
326,177 -2.0% YTD
Nov 2007: 24,488
Nov 2006: 27,826

GMC Sierra
188,461 -2.5% YTD
Nov 2007: 13,840
Nov 2006: 15,382

Toyota Tundra
177,336 +57.7% YTD
Nov 2007: 14,988
Nov 2006: 10,469

Toyota Tacoma
159,949 -1.9% YTD
Nov 2007: 11,985
Nov 2006: 14,461

Chevrolet Colorado
70,306 -18.3% YTD
Nov 2007: 5,428
Nov 2006: 6,526

Ford Ranger
67,147 -20.1% YTD
Nov 2007: 4,938
Nov 2006: 5,421

Nissan Titan
60,961 -8.8% YTD
Nov 2007: 5,001
Nov 2006: 4,867

Nissan Frontier
59,689 -17.1% YTD
Nov 2007: 3,993
Nov 2006: 4,928
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Old 12-13-2007, 02:33 AM
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Ford still sells more rangers than both of nissans trucks and is right there withe the colorado and they are still gonna drop it instead of redesign it after 15 years and get back those numbers. I hope the mini truck market returns again someday. Guess I will have to keep my 94 ranger forever.
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Old 12-13-2007, 05:34 PM
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^^^^me too jpeters or atleast move on to a different brand if they do away with it all together.

I wonder what the Dakota numbers are? I didn't notice them in the list.

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Old 12-13-2007, 08:20 PM
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Thx V10, yep ford bombing way ahead, lol dakotas i didn't know they still made em i never see them
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the tundra had a 57% increase. pretty big jump.

25 years ago people were laughing at the japanese car sales, now they all but dominate the car market.

i am not a tudra expert but i think they compete against the 1/2 tons? if so, it would be interesting to see a breakdown of sales to see how much the tundra has actually gained on domestic half ton sales.
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Good Fords still on top!!! It would be interesting to see the amount of F-150 sales compared to the Superduty sales. The old and outdated Ranger still out sells the Titan!!
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Good Fords still on top!!! It would be interesting to see the amount of F-150 sales compared to the Superduty sales. The old and outdated Ranger still out sells the Titan!!
Even though we have killed this horse long ago..

You don't see anything wrong with the 12.4% sales drop and the 20.1% sales drop of each?

Yes, by the looking at volume, they are outselling the competition COMBINED. ( ie 1/2 and SD sales )
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Even though we have killed this horse long ago..

You don't see anything wrong with the 12.4% sales drop and the 20.1% sales drop of each?
Not really, seeing as how it's the oldest entry in a highly competitive class. Not to mention it's a known lame duck with a refreshed version right around the corner.

Chevrolet should be a bit more worried, they are seeing a sales decline with a brand new model with cash on the hoods. While Toyota's sales are up year-to-year, they look to fall short of their sales projections. Once again, with an all new model and huge rebates.

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Not really, seeing as how it's the oldest entry in a highly competitive class. Not to mention it's a known lame duck with a refreshed version right around the corner.
So how does that figure in the SD? That is a brand new design and as far as I know, those sales figures include them also.
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Not really, seeing as how it's the oldest entry in a highly competitive class. Not to mention it's a known lame duck with a refreshed version right around the corner.

Chevrolet should be a bit more worried, they are seeing a sales decline with a brand new model with cash on the hoods. While Toyota's sales are up year-to-year, they look to fall short of their sales projections. Once again, with an all new model and huge rebates.
The F-150 is also a lame duck and I suspect the Super Duty is helping to keep the figures as high as they are.
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So how does that figure in the SD? That is a brand new design and as far as I know, those sales figures include them also.
Yes, SD figures are included in the F-Series figures. Pipas said SD sales accounted for over 41% of F-Series sales in Nov, so they are doing well. The decline must be coming primarily from the half-tons.
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The F-150 is also a lame duck and I suspect the Super Duty is helping to keep the figures as high as they are.
The F150 is the lame duck I was referring to.
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The F150 is the lame duck I was referring to.
The lame duck is need dier needs of an update. Some added HP should do the trick.
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