Sales Report: Chevy Colorado Jumps Back Up Into 2nd Sales Spot – Jeep Gladiator & Ford Ranger Continue to See Big Sales Decreases

Nissan Frontier is still doing good - It's in close 3rd place.

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Take a look. The Toyota Tacoma is still in the first sales position in the midsize pickup truck segment, but its gap with the competition continues to shrink. The numbers are in. We get to find out how well or badly some of the midsize pickup truck sales are doing in the United States.

The Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon see big sales improvements in the last few months, as Colorado takes back the 2nd sales position it once held. The Colorado pickup barely edges out the Nissan Frontier when you look at the first six months of this year. The Jeep Gladiator sales continue to slide down. The Ford Ranger numbers are again low. See the rest of the numbers in the table below.

Mid-size Truck U.S. Sales: 1st Half of 2022

Model1st Half 20221st Half 2021Change (%)
Toyota Tacoma108,648139,296-22.0%
GM (*COMBINED) *57,852 *51,349 +12.7%
Chevy Colorado44,19038,859+13.7%
Nissan Frontier43,16826,394+63.6%
Jeep Gladiator38,75648,784-20.6%
Ford Ranger33,84058,371-42.0%
Honda Ridgeline19,79724,370-18.8%
GMC Canyon13,66212,490+9.4%

This year will be very interesting for the midsize pickup truck segment. We are supposed to see all-new versions of the Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, Ford Ranger, and Toyota Tacoma (going into next year).

Here are the latest details about the 2023 Toyota Tacoma.