Chevy Silverado truck sells better than RAM pickupsJuly 7, 2020
According to official Chevy and RAM sales figures for the first half of this year, the full-size Chevrolet Silverado is selling significantly better than the 1500 pickup from RAM.
The slow, from the point of view of sales volume, and the terrible (coronavirus) first six months of 2020 have already become history, and, of course, soon we will find out statistics on sales of automobile companies for the first six months. Despite the rather difficult situation in the world caused by the coronavirus pandemic, in the first half of the year there was also a slight increase in popularity in the truck segment.
The full-size Chevy Silverado truck ranks second in the overall United States sales rating. Why did we take the USA? It is in this country that pickups are most popular.
Between January and June of this year. Chevrolet dealers were able to sell a total of 267,166 Silverado units.
It should be noted that, despite the pandemic and severe restrictions in some parts of the United States, this time Chevy dealers actually sold even more Silverado units compared to the same period last year.
Meanwhile, Ram truck sales declined 18% from January to June 2020. During this period, Ram sold only 246,253 pickups. This is an interesting event, as Chevrolet ended 2019, behind Ram in terms of truck sales.
Meanwhile, Ford continues to dominate truck sales, overtaking Chevy and Ram by at least 100,000 trucks sold. This is despite an 18 percent loss in sales compared to the same period last year, but we expect sales growth of full-size F-Series brand trucks after the start of sales of the 14th generation Ford F-150 truck.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote about what the Chevy Silverado pickup from Hennessey tuning studio is capable of. Hennessey recently introduced the Goliath 700 truck, which is a highly modernized version of the Chevy Silverado.
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