A look at the 2022 full-size truck sales data should give you a good idea of what to expect from the medium-duty truck market. Unfortunately, minimal improvements in the supply chain, combined with other extreme spending for American consumers, are sure to result in losses for this segment as well. Overall, however, sales of midsize pickup trucks in 2022 were mixed. Below we discuss the numbers and the factors that contributed to the results.
Medium-duty truck sales: 4.4% decrease across segments
For General Motors, mid-duty trucks have gained considerable ground in the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon over the past year compared to 2021. This could indicate that GM has made great strides in solving problems in his chain of supply that may have contributed to his 2020 stock shortages. And in 2021.
As for the Ford Ranger, sales in 2022 have declined year-on-year, falling from third to fifth place in sales of all medium-duty trucks. Ford has been hit hard by a chip shortage, but customers may be waiting for the upcoming new Ranger, and trucks may be being ripped off by the much-needed Maverick pickup trucks. be.
When it comes to best-selling mid-duty trucks, Toyota’s Tacoma still reigns supreme, but sales fell 6% last year, more or less in line with the brand as a whole. A redesigned Tacoma is scheduled for 2024.
Overall, total U.S. medium-duty truck sales in 2022 will be 608,144 units, down just 4.4% from the 2021 model year.
Now let’s look at the concrete numbers. Toyota Tacoma said in 2022 he sold 237,323 units, down from 2021 where he sold 252,520 trucks. However, with annual sales of the Chevrolet Colorado and his GMC Canyon combined, GM put him second in medium-duty truck sales. Chevrolet Colorado sales were 89,197, a 22.2% increase from his 73,008 truck sales last year. Meanwhile, GMC Canyon’s sales were 27,819 units for him, up from 24,125 for 2021.
The Jeep Gladiator finished the year with 77,855 units sold. Compared with the previous year, 89,712 trucks were sold, and the overall sales volume he decreased by 13.2%. Ford Ranger is his 5th place behind Nissan Frontier with 57,005. By comparison, Ford said he sold 94,755 Rangers in 2021. This means that sales have fallen by 39.8% over the past year. Hopefully, the next-generation Ford Ranger coming later this year will increase that number a bit, but by how much remains to be seen.