Posted on 12 September 2010.
Pick up trucks are usually large in size and have open top beds and those who purchase them need to move heavy materials from one place to the other.
1. Toyota Tundra
This pick up truck came out in 2000 and has been a favorite ever since. The engine is state of the art and people say that it has a very American feel to it which is why it fills the country’s streets. It won a prestigious award in 2008 and the company’s manufacturing headquarters are located in Texas.
2. Ford F-Series
F-150 is the most popular model in this category and has remained on top as far as sales are concerned for 3 decades. According to analysts, these pick up trucks account for most of the profits made by the company recently.
3. The Ram
This pick up truck was called Dodge Ram when it first came out and has sold massive volumes every since the beginning of the year. The design has changed as and when the market demands increased or decreased. It has won many awards over the years because it moves smoothly no matter what the nature of the terrain is.
4. Chevrolet Silverado
This model became a part of the market 12 years back. The design is classic and the company has proved that they know what they are doing. Even though it is slightly bulky and heavy duty, it is aimed at a particular category of customers and needless to say, it is doing well.
5. Honda Ridgeline
This pick up truck is full size and massive, to say the least. It first came out in 2005 and was Honda’s first experiment with this line of vehicles. It is particularly popular this year in Canada and was received an award a year after it entered the market.
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Posted on 12 March 2010.
If you have ever sat in a stylishly created car, you have experienced one of the most common gadgets that mark luxury. The following are some of the fast selling cars because of their superb performance, features and style.
1. Ford F-Series
With a starting price of $22,540, this vehicle is slated to be the best selling vehicle in the U.S even in the forthcoming year. Sales of F-150, F-250, F-350 and F-450 have all seen an increase.
2. Toyota Camry
The Camry is another fast selling passenger car in the U.S with a starting price of $20,145. It comes with a choice of two engines and five trim levels. It also comes in a hybrid version.
3. Chevrolet Silverado
Despite suspicions about the future of General Motors, Chevy is still one among the fast selling cars. About 149,949 units were sold last year and the Silverado 1500, 2500HD, 1500 Hybrid and 3500HD were the fast selling models. The starting price of this model is $20,370.
4. Honda Accord
In the 1980’s and 90’s Accord was the fastest selling car till Camry appeared on the scene. In 1976, 19,000 Accords were sold when its price was just $4,000. In 2001 it overtook Camry in sales and occupied the number 1 slot. It comes with a choice of 2 engines and 5 trim levels along with a hybrid version. The starting price of this car is $21,615.
5. Toyota Corolla
Corolla is the most popular name in cars and has sold 30 million units worldwide. It started selling in the U.S in 1968. Today it comes with a choice of 4 or 2 cylinder engines with five trim levels. The starting price of this model is $16,100.
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