We have now new month-to-month gross sales to stew over — no less than for Ford and Toyota.
Following up on the first-half gross sales reported final month, July is a comparatively quiet time as we cannot see a full image of full-size truck gross sales till October. Not like GM, Nissan and Ram, nevertheless, Ford and Toyota nonetheless supply up some month-to-month numbers.
These two truly supply compelling knowledge factors to check, as we’re coping with two recent designs, with the Toyota Tundra award to seize higher market share. The Ford F-150, for its half, stays the strongest promoting truck by a wholesome margin, however simply what number of people are giving the revamped Tundra a shot?
Fairly just a few, truly. The outdated, getting old truck held its personal in opposition to the likes of the Nissan Titan, nevertheless it did not maintain a candle to any of the Massive Three. The image is rosier one for Toyota this 12 months, although, as sellers shifted 10,694 Tundras in July 2022 alone.
Yr-to-date, they’ve managed to promote 55,010 vans — a determine that places the automaker on truck to eclipse the 81,959 models for your complete 2021 calendar 12 months. Wanting on the greater image, Tundra gross sales are up 9.34% from January by way of July 2021.
The Ford F-Sequence, for its half, bought 63,341 examples final month. That features half-ton vans in addition to 2,173 electrical F-150 Lightning vans. Yr-to-date, Ford’s bought 362,686 F-Sequence vans, with 4,469 of these being F-150 Lightnings.
Based mostly on these two manufacturers, July was definitely a powerful level for truck gross sales. Sadly, we cannot have an industry-wide view of simply how robust summer season gross sales are till different automakers launch their third-quarter gross sales knowledge. That ought to occur round October 3, so we’ll have extra to share then.
July 2022 Full-size Truck Gross sales (with month-over-month adjustments)
|Style mannequin||July 2022||July 2021||Change (%)|
|Ford F Sequence**||63.341||52,314||+21.1%|
|F-150 Lightning EV||2,173||—|
|– GM (COMBINED)*||— (Q3 gross sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Chevy Silverado||— (Q3 gross sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Ram||— (Q3 gross sales coming in October)||—||—|
|GMC Sierra||— (Q3 gross sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Nissan Titan||— (Q3 gross sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Rivian R1T EV||— (Gross sales figures not out there but)||—||—|
|GMC Hummer EV||— (Gross sales figures not out there but)||—||—|
Toyota figures come courtesy of Good Car Bad Car — an automotive gross sales knowledge and statistics web site.
When you’re considering how midsize vans are faring, keep tuned for a separate report coming to TFLtruck.com shortly!
Take a look at extra on the Toyota Tundra and our F-150 Lightning “Northern Lightning: Amps to Alaska” collection beneath: