The October 2022 sales numbers are in, and there is not much good news for full-size pickup trucks. The Ford F-series total sales ended up at -17.4% down from where it was a year ago. Although the Ford numbers are not as low as they were last month, there is still a lot of room for improvement. Toyota reports October sales for the Tundra at 9,309 trucks – which is about the same number of Tundras they sold last month. The Tundra sales appear to be stabilized at around 9,400 trucks per month.
Ford delivered 2,436 Lightning electric pickup trucks, according to this report. Ford delivered a total of 11,196 F-150 Lightning trucks so far since sales began in late May 2022. This production number needs to increase in order for the company to satisfy all the orders they received.
GM, Nissan, and Rivian have not reported sales numbers for October. Most companies are reporting sales on a quarterly basis.
August 2022 Full-size Truck Sales (with month-over-month changes)
|Model||Oct 2022||Oct 2021||Change (%)|
|– (F-150 Lightning EV)||2,436||0||—|
|– GM (COMBINED)||— (Q4 sales coming in January)||—||—|
|Chevy Silverado||— (Q4 sales coming in January)||—||—|
|Ram||— (Q4 sales coming in January)||—||—|
|GMC Sierra||— (Q4 sales coming in January)||—||—|
|Nissan Titan||— (Q4 sales coming in January)||—||—|
|Rivian R1T EV||— (Sales figures not available yet)||—||—|
|GMC Hummer EV||— (Sales figures not available yet)||—||—|
Toyota figures come courtesy of Good Car Bad Car — an automotive sales data and statistics site.
If you’re interested in how midsize trucks are faring, stay tuned for a separate report coming to TFLtruck.com shortly!
Here is a new Toyota Tundra Hybrid tackling the Ike Gauntlet™ – the world’s toughest towing test with a 10,000 lbs trailer.