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Ford F-Series
228,343 -13.7% YTD
April 2007: 56,692
April 2006: 64,749

Chevrolet Silverado
202,151 -0.4% YTD
April 2007: 49,436
April 2006: 57,709

Dodge Ram
122,816 +1.0% YTD
April 2007: 31,503
April 2006: 30,814

GMC Sierra
64,639 -2.3% YTD
April 2007: 16,849
April 2006: 17,179

Toyota Tacoma
61,099 +7.1% YTD
April 2007: 14,771
April 2006: 15,220

Toyota Tundra
43,386 +6.7% YTD
April 2007: 14,200
April 2006: 8,837

Chevrolet Colorado
26,857 -3.5% YTD
April 2007: 7,088
April 2006: 8,640

Ford Ranger
25,990 -17.4% YTD
April 2007: 7,499
April 2006: 9,070

Nissan Titan
23,769 -10.4% YTD
April 2007: 4,922
April 2006: 6,425

Nissan Frontier
22,440 -18.1% YTD
April 2007: 5,230
April 2006: 7,573
 

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Ford F-Series
228,343 -13.7% YTD
April 2007: 56,692
April 2006: 64,749

Chevrolet Silverado
202,151 -0.4% YTD
April 2007: 49,436
April 2006: 57,709

Dodge Ram
122,816 +1.0% YTD
April 2007: 31,503
April 2006: 30,814

GMC Sierra
64,639 -2.3% YTD
April 2007: 16,849
April 2006: 17,179

Toyota Tacoma
61,099 +7.1% YTD
April 2007: 14,771
April 2006: 15,220

Toyota Tundra
43,386 +6.7% YTD
April 2007: 14,200
April 2006: 8,837

Chevrolet Colorado
26,857 -3.5% YTD
April 2007: 7,088
April 2006: 8,640

Ford Ranger
25,990 -17.4% YTD
April 2007: 7,499
April 2006: 9,070

Nissan Titan
23,769 -10.4% YTD
April 2007: 4,922
April 2006: 6,425

Nissan Frontier
22,440 -18.1% YTD
April 2007: 5,230
April 2006: 7,573

75% increase in Tundra sales- April 06 vs April 07- Not too shabby!
 

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So in 2 1/2 months they have sold 43,386 2007 Tundras, or are they counting the 06s sold in 07 as well?
 

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So in 2 1/2 months they have sold 43,386 2007 Tundras, or are they counting the 06s sold in 07 as well?

No that includes 06's also. They had sold 15,990 through Feb. Since the 07's hit mid Feb, that's a mix of 06's and 07's. At the end of Feb Tundra sales were down 21% over last year, good to see they are finally gaining.

I doesn't look like they'll hit their 200k tundra's for the year at this rate, they need to average more than 19,500/month for the rest of the year.
 

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April sales are up 74.1% from last year, and a best ever April sales for the Tundy.
 

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I doesn't look like they'll hit their 200k tundra's for the year at this rate, they need to average more than 19,500/month for the rest of the year.

That will happen my friend. I'm positive that the Tundra sales will meet the 200K this year.
 

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Chevrolet Silverado
202,151 -0.4% YTD
April 2007: 49,436
April 2006: 57,709


GMC Sierra
64,639 -2.3% YTD
April 2007: 16,849
April 2006: 17,179


Toyota Tundra
43,386 +6.7% YTD
April 2007: 14,200
April 2006: 8,837
Just curious here. I have a Tundra (07) but why is this?

GM between the Silverado and Sierra has sold 267,000 trucks whereas Toyota has sold 43,000. That is 6-7 GM trucks sold to every Tundra. I never realized the numbers were this disproportionate.
 

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Just curious here. I have a Tundra (07) but why is this?

GM between the Silverado and Sierra has sold 267,000 trucks whereas Toyota has sold 43,000. That is 6-7 GM trucks sold to every Tundra. I never realized the numbers were this disproportionate.
chev and ford both sell in the neighbourhod of 900,000 units each year. toyota is aiming for 200,000 tundra this year and probably won't make it. trucks is what is keeping ford and chev alive.
 

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Guys - Toyota is not trying to sell 200k Tundras by the end of this year. They have until Feb 2008 (exactly 1 year in production) to sell 200k Tundras.
 

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I know now not to move the family to Seattle (the schools?!?!?!?!). The difference between the two numbers is 60.69%!
Yeah, I'm glad I never lived anywhere near there either, what kind of experience have you had with the schools in Seattle?

Excerpt from Official Toyota Press Release:
Toyota Division light truck sales were up 7.8 percent, with an April total of 80,223 units. Light truck sales were led by the RAV4 compact sport utility vehicle (SUV), which reported April sales of 14,495, up 13.3 percent over the same period last year. The all-new Tundra full-size pickup reported best-ever April sales of 14,200, an increase of 74.1 percent over the year-ago month. Highlander and Highlander Hybrid posted combined April sales of 10,122, up 2.4 percent over the same period last year. The Highlander Hybrid gas-electric mid-size SUV reported sales of 2,394 units for the month. FJ Cruiser reported April sales of 4,587 units.
 

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I know now not to move the family to Seattle (the schools?!?!?!?!). The difference between the two numbers is 60.69%!
Yeah, I'm glad I never lived anywhere near there either, what kind of experience have you had with the schools in Seattle?
That's funny.... I guess they don't teach geography in New York schools.

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I feel sorry for the truck market this year as a whole. With gas prices aiming to stay around $3 per gallon, truck sales will suffer as they did in previous years with high gas prices. The reason I bought my truck in January is because gas fell to $2 a gallon. Silly me, I should have known it would go up to $3 in no time. I could have purchased a minivan to haul my ladders. $70+ each fill up is killing me. :cry:
 

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Just curious here. I have a Tundra (07) but why is this?

GM between the Silverado and Sierra has sold 267,000 trucks whereas Toyota has sold 43,000. That is 6-7 GM trucks sold to every Tundra. I never realized the numbers were this disproportionate.
Because the CrewMax has just now entered the market in May, and will ramp up to full speed by summer. CrewMax alone could be as much as 65% of Tundra sales !!!!!

Take away the GM CrewCab and the sales totals would drop by 60%.
 

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If gas prices continue to climb pass the $3.00 a gallon mark you can bet your bottom dollar Yoda will not hit the 200K mark. Everybody will be hurtin not just Yoda ,I bet that at least 50% of the Tundra owners could get along without their pickups if gas goes to $4.00 a gallon. Im hearing that the $4.00 a gallon mark is very realistic esspecially if we get any kind of Hurricanes this summer. :td:
 

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Because the CrewMax has just now entered the market in May, and will ramp up to full speed by summer. CrewMax alone could be as much as 65% of Tundra sales !!!!!

Take away the GM CrewCab and the sales totals would drop by 60%.
I wouldn't bet my savings on it with gas prices this summer. I would put my money on hybrids though. Demand for tiny econoboxes will be huge. Watch 3 cylinder engines become commonplace behind hybrid technology. People can't afford a second car payment paying for $3 - $3.50/gal. gas every month.
 
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