Truck sales continue to be healthy as all four U.S. truck makers showing double-digit gains in October.
While the Ford F-Series maintained its top spot, Ram posted the largest percentage gain at 18 percent.
The F-Series has been America’s top selling truck for 30-plus years and clung tightly to spot in October logging sales of 63,803 – 12.9-percent gain year-over-year.
Sales of refreshed 2014 Silverados hit 42,660 units, up 10.1 percent from October last year.
Ram roared through October, with sales of its 1500/2500/3500 series trucks hitting 29,846 units.
Ram was the highest selling vehicle in the Chrysler suite by a margin of nearly 100 percent in October.