America’s Top 10 Best Trucks
A Closer Look at the 10 Best Pickups in the Nation
Over the last 50 years, the 10 most popular make and model of pickup trucks in America have varied based on sales and market trends. Here’s a list of 10 popular pickups during that time period, although the exact rankings may have fluctuated from year to year:
Ford F-Series: The Ford F-150 has consistently been one of the best-selling pickup trucks in America for decades.
Chevrolet Silverado: The Silverado has been a strong contender and a close rival to the Ford F-Series.
Dodge Ram (now Ram): The Dodge Ram, later rebranded as Ram, has gained popularity over the years and has a loyal customer base.
Toyota Tacoma: Known for its reliability and off-road capabilities, the Tacoma has been a popular mid-size pickup truck choice.
GMC Sierra: Similar to the Chevrolet Silverado, the Sierra has offered a range of trims and options, attracting a loyal customer base.
Chevrolet C/K (now Silverado): The C/K series was a predecessor to the Silverado and gained popularity in the 1970s and 1980s.
Ford Ranger: The Ford Ranger was a popular compact pickup truck in the 1980s and 1990s, and it made a comeback in recent years.
Toyota Tundra: While not as popular as the F-150 or Silverado, the Tundra has made its mark in the full-size pickup truck segment.
Nissan Frontier: The Frontier has been a reliable and affordable mid-size pickup truck option, appealing to budget-conscious buyers.
Chevrolet Colorado: Introduced in the mid-2000s, the Colorado has gained popularity as a mid-size truck offering from Chevrolet.
Please note that the popularity of these trucks may have fluctuated from year to year based on factors such as redesigns, updates, economic conditions, and market preferences.