Between its Chevrolet and GMC trucks, General Motors has sold more pickup trucks in 2020 than any other brand, including leading competitors like Ford and Ram, giving GM the top spot in the US pickup market.
This upswing is due to significant sales increases this year for the Chevrolet Silverado, in addition to consistently strong sales for the GMC Sierra and midsize Chevrolet Colorado. GM struggled at the beginning of 2019, when manufacturing changes slowed down the production schedule, but the brand quickly recovered.
GM trucks are so popular partly because they’re so versatile, with midsize, full-size, light-duty, and heavy-duty offerings, as well as highly capable off-roading trims like the GMC Canyon All Terrain and the award-winning Chevy Colorado ZR2.
These trucks also set themselves apart from the pack by their unique technologies, including a segment-leading 15 available camera views, the most volume of any bed in the pickup truck market, and the exclusive available Power Up/Down Tailgate.
And with spacious, comfortable cabins with tons of front head- and legroom, ample in-cab storage options for to keep your space open and airy, and premium technologies like the available Head-Up Display, it’s no wonder GM has become the ruler of the pickup market.