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Old 07-17-2003, 08:22 AM
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Anybody want any more statistics on sales of any model vehicle? Let me know before I throw out this edition of Automotive News.
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TOTAL US LIGHT-TRUCK SALES BY MAKE-6 MONTHS 2003
FORD 1,024,354
CHEVROLET 871,501
DODGE 480,017
TOYOTA 342,271
GMC 255,504
HONDA 235,685
JEEP 201,104
NISSAN 106,155
TAKEN FROM JULY 7 2003 AUTOMOTIVE NEWS

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A lot of fleet vehicles are Chevy over GMC. I think that has to account for the sale of the 'ugly' over the 'athsetically pleasing'. Chevy is generally a few bucks cheaper than GMC, just as Chevy is a few bucks cheaper than Pontiacs. GM shoots themselves in the foot by having the two divisions and not being able to add them together, as Ford can and does use their numbers in all of their advertising campaigns. The real deal is there are more new GM trucks our there; period. Personally, I like the variety. 99% sure my HD when purchased, will be a GMC. But then again, I always like Pontiacs better too.

I'd like to see the Duramax, Cummins, and Powerstroke sales numbers of 2003.
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Originally posted by JOHN G
TOTAL US LIGHT-TRUCK SALES BY MAKE-6 MONTHS 2003
FORD 1,024,354
CHEVROLET 871,501
DODGE 480,017
TOYOTA 342,271
GMC 255,504
HONDA 235,685
JEEP 201,104
NISSAN 106,155
TAKEN FROM JULY 7 2003 AUTOMOTIVE NEWS
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You're looking at total light truck sales which includes all the manufacturers mini vans, 15 passenger vans, cargo vans, suvs, etc. I believe everybody here was referring to Ford, Chevy, GMC and Dodge Pickups.
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Originally posted by PhantomChaos
Here are the ten bestsellers, with total sales figures for the period from January through June 2003:


Ford F-Series
404,072

Chevrolet Silverado
321,992

Dodge Ram
218,301

Toyota Camry
204,317

Honda Accord
193,876

Ford Explorer
179,341

Ford Taurus
170,393

Honda Civic
153,009

Toyota Corolla
141,565

Chevrolet Impala
133,948
Out of all the cars here.....the Honda Accord and Civic would be on top, if there weren't so many fleet sales to rental companies as myself. The rental fleets are full of Camry, Corolla, Taurus and Impala cars, which we cycle twice a year on a guaranteed repurchase program from the manufacturers. We only have to hold a car for 6 months. Honda has no fleet allocation.
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