November 2022 sales numbers in the United States are in, and there is some good news for the new Toyota Tundra. Toyota’s redesigned full-size pickup truck is now entering its second year on the market, and the sales are once again over 10,000 trucks per month. This truck is produced in San Antonio, Texas. The Year-to-Date Tundra sales numbers are also better than in 2021.
The same cannot be said for the Ford F-series trucks. This includes the F-150 and the Super Duty pickup trucks. The F-Series nameplate may still be sales-leading in the country, but the numbers are significantly down when compared to last year.
The F-150 Lightning sales continue to add up. These numbers are not huge yet, but Ford sold 13,258 all-electric pickup trucks so far this year. F-150 Lightning sales began in May 2022.
GM, Nissan, and Rivian have not reported sales numbers for November. Most companies are reporting sales on a quarterly basis.
November 2022 Full-size Truck Sales (with month-over-month changes)
|Model||Nov 2022||Nov 2021||Change (%)||YTD 2022||YTD 2021|
|– (F-150 Lightning EV)||2,062||0||NEW||13,258||NEW|
|– GM (COMBINED)||– (coming in Jan)||—||—|
|Chevy Silverado||– (coming in Jan)||—||—|
|Ram||– (coming in Jan)||—||—|
|GMC Sierra||– (coming in Jan)||—||—|
|Nissan Titan||– (coming in Jan)||—||—|
|Rivian R1T EV||– (not available)||—||—|
|GMC Hummer EV||– (not available)||—||—|
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!