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1 Ford F-Series 690,589
2 Chevrolet Silverado 618,257
3 Toyota Camry 473,108
4 Honda Accord 392,231
5 Toyota Corolla 371,390
6 Dodge Ram 358,295
7 Honda Civic 331,095
8 Chevrolet Impala 311,128
9 Nissan Altima 284,762
10 Honda CR-V 219,160
11 GMC Sierra 208,243
12 Chevrolet Cobalt 200,620
13 Toyota Tundra 196,555
14 Toyota Prius 181,221
15 Dodge Caravan 176,150
16 Ford Focus 173,213
17 Honda Odyssey 173,046
18 Toyota RAV4 172,752
19 Ford Econoline/Club Wagon 168,722
20 Ford Escape 165,596

Complete details:
http://www.reuters.com/article/marketsNews/idCAN0325926120080103?rpc=44

In 2006, the F-Series outsold the Silverado by 160,000 units.
In 2007, that margin shrank to 72,000
Can Silverado take the #1 spot in 2008? :)
 

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Wow that a lot of pickups! 1,875,384! If you add Sierra GM outsold Ford by 135911:roxor:













And yes I did mean to leave the Turdra out!
 

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Wow that a lot of pickups! 1,875,384! If you add Sierra GM outsold Ford by 135911:roxor:
That was my thought as well. Wonder if there was no Sierra, would those 200k people have bought the Silverado still. Then GM would have won. Seems like branding might have hurt them this time.
 

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That was my thought as well. Wonder if there was no Sierra, would those 200k people have bought the Silverado still. Then GM would have won. Seems like branding might have hurt them this time.
I think you should just add the two GM trucks together IMO. Really doesn't matter, as long as the "Turdra" stays out of the top ten.:D(along with any other Japanese car). Hell, if GM could get production up faster, the new Malibu would be making a big hit on this list next year. Apparently,demand is way higher than anticipated. Too bad for J. A. Pan and Company!:patriot:
 
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