The Ford Series trucks, paced by the F-150, have been the best-selling vehicles in the United States for more than three decades. And they’ve been the country’s best-selling trucks for more than four decades.
In 2013, the trucks’ top-ranking remained in the end-of-the-year sales totals.
But the pick-up trucks’ numbers were even more impressive.
The entire F-Series sold 763,402 units in 2013, an 18 percent increase from 2012. The Chevrolet Silverado and Ram Pickup were also among the top-five sellers on the top-10 list.
The Ram was fifth on the list and had a 21.1 percent increase in sales from one year ago, the largest increase in the top-10.
Remaining changes on the 2013 top-sellers list weren’t dramatic different from one-year ago.
The Toyota Camry remains the country’s top-selling sedan, followed by the Honda Accord, Honda Civic and Nissan Altima.
The Civic fell one spot to sixth, the Nissan Altima fell on spot to seventh, the Honda CR-V improved one spot to eighth and the combined Toyota Corolla/Matrix fell offerings fell one spot to ninth.
Honda was the only manufacturer with three vehicles among the top-10 for 2013.