With the exception of one model, mid-size trucks across the board enjoyed increased sales for May, while Ford was the only automaker that had an increase in full-size pickup sales compared to this same period last year.
Nissan’s mid-size Frontier had the greatest sales gains in May of any pickup, with a 46 percent increase in deliveries compared to May 2015.
Sales of Ford’s F-Series pickups increased nine percent during that same time. Deliveries of all other full-size pickups dropped, with Nissan Titan taking the worst hit of all with a 24 percent drop in sales.
Pickup sales figures released today by OEMs for the month of May are posted below.
|Make & Model||May 2016 sales||May 2015 sales||Percent change|
|Chevrolet Colorado (midsize)||9,196||8,881||+3.5|
|GMC Canyon (midsize)||3,361||2,901||+16|
|Nissan Frontier (midsize)||7,941||5,439||+46|
|Toyota Tacoma (midsize)||16,544||17,520||-5.6|