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Ford Outsells GM Twins...

Every now and then the F150 ends outselling both the Silverado and Sierra combined, January was one of those every now and thens... Pent up Demand?

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Between August and December, F-Series sales slid 3%, not unpredictably. As Ford became more firmly entrenched in the F-150 transition phase, sales perked up in January 2015. Rising just as quickly as the fast-growing overall full-size truck market, F-Series sales increased to the highest level since January 2004. (F-Series volume in January 2015 was nearly double what it was in January 2010.)
January 2015 Full-Size Pickup Truck Sales Up 17% - F-Series Outsells GM Twins - The Truth About Cars



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Its crazy what a lock the F-150 has on this segment. It seems like it will be the end days before the F-150 is dethroned as the best selling truck (and vehicle overall) in NA. Any scenario that you could see happening that would see the F-150 fall from grace?
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Its crazy what a lock the F-150 has on this segment. It seems like it will be the end days before the F-150 is dethroned as the best selling truck (and vehicle overall) in NA. Any scenario that you could see happening that would see the F-150 fall from grace?
Actually GM as a whole sells more trucks, if you combine Silverado and Sierra...



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Actually GM as a whole sells more trucks, if you combine Silverado and Sierra...
I mean that isn't what happened in January according to the OP.
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I mean that isn't what happened in January according to the OP.
Thats what makes it an uncommon event, Year in Year out Silvy/Sierra will sell more that F150, certain months they may take the crown...



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Never realized that, not bad considering how much Ford is raved to have the best selling truck in america
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ford does have the best selling truck, GM just owns number 2 and number 4...



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that's what i have noticed over the years for the most part, especially when it comes to some report where numbers get published.
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Have you guys owned an F-150 in the past? I'm just wondering about conquests I guess. How often people jump ship from one brand to another.
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Have you guys owned an F-150 in the past? I'm just wondering about conquests I guess. How often people jump ship from one brand to another.
That varies on the person, i know people that have been buying F-150's for decades, meanwhile i know a some guys that are open to a few brands and have owned a good range of them.
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