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    Ram sales top Chevrolet for 3rd month in a row. New hierarchy in pickups?

    Interesting. For a very long time it's been Ford in 1st place with the F150 trailed by the Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra, and then Ram trucks. Seems like Chevy is slipping to 3rd. Never thought that would happen honestly.

    Chevy falls to 3rd place in truck sales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Interesting. For a very long time it's been Ford in 1st place with the F150 trailed by the Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra, and then Ram trucks. Seems like Chevy is slipping to 3rd. Never thought that would happen honestly.

    Chevy falls to 3rd place in truck sales.
    Got 15 years out of my 98 Ram, only mechanical failure was the knuckle joints which I replaced myself, can't kick about
    that.
    Cosmetic wise, the clear coat started lifting at about 12 years, par for the course I figure.

    The only reason I didn't consider another Ram was the dealer moved out of town and Ford had a heck of a deal going on the F 150's
    at that time.
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    Who would ever have thought that Fiat would outsell Chevrolet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    ...Seems like Chevy is slipping to 3rd...
    Square wheel wells will do that to ya.
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    chevy and gmc are not counted as one..if they were gm would out sell the ford.. y would one care how many truck/cars a manufacture sells? i mean mcdonald's sells the most hamburgers guess that means their the best i buy what i like.. not what a statistics or commercial tells me
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    Interesting topic and I'm with you Diesel, I would not have expected that. Considering Ram is the oldest body in the lineup makes you wonder. If you're a Chevy fan this is actually good news because they will probably offer some decent rebates to get there sales numbers back.

    All three are good trucks, it just comes down to what you like.

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    Well Ford and Chevy need to quit thinking their vehicles are perfect and start offering competitive warranties.


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    Quote Originally Posted by renwickpat View Post
    Well Ford and Chevy need to quit thinking their vehicles are perfect and start offering competitive warranties.


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    I'd say that the fact that they DON'T offer competitive warranties means that they KNOW their vehicles aren't perfect....... how would they make so much profit from their repair bays if they actually stood by their vehicles???
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcabe5 View Post
    Interesting topic and I'm with you Diesel, I would not have expected that. Considering Ram is the oldest body in the lineup makes you wonder. If you're a Chevy fan this is actually good news because they will probably offer some decent rebates to get there sales numbers back.

    All three are good trucks, it just comes down to what you like.
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    It was my fault... I just traded my 2010 Ram 1500 for a 2017 2500. I must have pushed the numbers over the top for Ram.



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