Ford, Honda, and Toyota offer some insight into August 2022’s midsize truck sales.
The midsize pickup truck segment is still rocking and rolling in August 2022. The Tacoma U.S. sales are still going strong. It’s still by far the most popular seller. The Honda Ridgeline continues to sell well over 4,000 pickup trucks per month, which is a great result for Honda. The same cannot be said for the current Ford Ranger. There appears to be not enough supply of the 2022 and 2023 Ford Rangers. The Ridgeline again outsold the Ranger in August.
August 2022 Midsize Truck Sales (with month-over-month changes)
|Model||August 2022||August 2021||Change (%)|
|– GM (COMBINED)*||— (Q3 sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Chevy Colorado||— (Q3 sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Jeep Gladiator||— (Q3 sales coming in October)||—||—|
|GMC Canyon||— (Q3 sales coming in October)||—||—|
|Nissan Frontier||— (Q3 sales coming in October)||—||—|
We are looking forward to next month when GM, Jeep, and Nissan will report their sales and we will know the latest state of the industry. Next year, the fully redesigned 2023 Chevy Colorado, 2023 GMC Canyon, 2024 Ford Ranger, and the 2024 Toyota Tacoma will all be entering the market. This is a great time to be a pickup truck owner.
Here is what’s coming next year – the fully-redesigned 2023 Chevy Colorado. This one is a ZR2 Desert Boss model.