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In the Chattanooga Times this AM. Truck sales for 2014.
Full Size
Ford F Series753,821 -1.3%
Chevy 529,755 +10.3%
Dodge 439,789 +23.7%
GMC 211,833 +14.9%
Toyota 118,493 +5.7%
Nissan 12,527 -20.2%
Total 2.06 million +7%

Mid Size
Toyota 155,041 -2.8%
Nissan 74,323 +18.3%
Honda 13,389 -24.5%
Chevy 8,003 +134.6%
GMC 3,070 +234.5%
Total 253,826 +3.7%
 

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Nobody should be surprised by slipping sales on a virtually unchanged-for-10-years model.... especially after it's announced there wouldn't be a "next-year" model.
 

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The numbers were never that great, and the real issues were identified on this site by the time it moved to Alabama production, yet non were addressed,

By 2012 an 8 year old product, with no advertising and probably a 12-15 yr old design. It's amazing the sales they had...
 

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The numbers were never that great, and the real issues were identified on this site by the time it moved to Alabama production, yet non were addressed,

By 2012 an 8 year old product, with no advertising and probably a 12-15 yr old design. It's amazing the sales they had...
What a joke. Its pathetic. What are they thinking.....................:act060:
 

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Since I am the proud owner of a '12 Ridgeline Sport, I am saying the increase sales in '12 was directly related to the introduction of the Sport model.

That is my story and I am sticking to it.
 
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