Best selling pick up in the philippines 2016

best selling pick up in the philippines 2016

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Posted by Mark Williams | January 4, 2017 The roller-coaster ride that was 2016 is now history and we're likely to have one of the biggest-selling years on record, just nipping ahead of the previous record of in 2015.

The biggest winners of 2016 are mid-size pickups as the , , and all finished with impressive gains over 2015 numbers. In the full-size segment, the Ford F-Series just inched ahead of the GM pickups: the and the . and Nissan also did well, with Ram enjoying a high volume of sales and Nissan experiencing the highest percentage gain with its new and riding high as dealerships get familiar with both models.

Additionally, it looks like many of the big truckmakers believe the pent-up demand for full-size pickups is over as several of them have to deal with larger than preferred inventories on dealer lots. We also should note that when totaling all pickup truck sales by corporate brand, GM is the clear winner by a wide margin, with four different models — the Silverado, Sierra, Colorado and Canyon — and three truck sizes to sell, while others only have two.

The final tally for the year is likely to squeak past 2015's record total, but we'll know more by the time we post our sales breakdown next week. Manufacturer image If GM would stop Chevy trucks and call all trucks GMC they would be the number 1 seller for 80 years !!!

****I drive a 2015 Ford F 150 5.0 V8,so Ford losers GM fans cant decide between the GMC or Chevy,if they were all GMC Trucks they would be number 1 ! Now,RAM is up ,awesome ! My next truck will probably be a Ram in 2019/2020.. I presently have a 2015 Silverado and my dealership has been trying to talk me into a new 16 or 17 model.

Just can't get past the new front end look of the 16's, might be one of the reasons for lower sales this year. Love my 15 so will stick with it for now. In my opinion there isn't much difference between truck companies so I guess maybe looks is skin deep... Well like it or not, the way sales numbers are added has stayed the same, the way each truck line is counted.

Ford stays on top. The sales break down formula was set years ago. You don't change it now! Now perhaps GM should rethink how it spends stupid $$$ on truck bed commercials, and spend it elsewhere. Doing unrealistic commercials hasn't helped their sales, move on. Dropping objects in a stupid manner, into any truck bed that most would have a bed liner, just not convincing smart people that's "real world" situation..

Here's an idea, GM change to round fender openings, maybe that will work? As for incentives, hate to break it to you but GM's incentives led all mainstream manufacturers last month...trailing only BMW. So it's not Ford putting all that cash on the hood. It's GM. Posted by: lray801 | Jan 4, 2017 3:32:58 PM Uhhhh... I guess you didn't hear about all the cash Ford has had to put on those aluminum hoods in the last year and a half. Hey check it out 25% off 2016 F-150's at Capital Ford!

25% off 2016 F-150's over at Chapel Hill Ford too! Hahaha Ford had to put $11k on the hood of some 2015 F-150's months after the truck hit dealer lots!

July 16, 2015: @ Hey Ford sucks "At least my beer will be cheaper in the near future with the Fords SD line going aluminum , more aluminum garbage to recycle.

LOL"... Fyi if you were a true cars/truck person, you'd know that aluminum panels has been used in many different brands of vehicles for decades, yes decades.

Where were you then? You'll be the sad one when your brand is rusted out in a few short years. FYI.. New Jeeps WILL BE using aluminum panels in their new vehicles. I'm sure others to follow. Then you'll have to change your song.. The fact not to have a rusty looking vehicle in few years sounds good to me. @ HD RamKing...

do little more unbiased research, ALL the truck mfg's use "big incentives" on certain optioned trucks at years end. I read both GM & RAM offered big $1k plus "rebates" so report all the news not part of it. In the end ANY one of them can offer whatever they need to move vehicles. If Ford was better at it, then who's the stupid ones??? Now perhaps GM should rethink how it spends stupid $$$ on truck bed commercials, and spend it elsewhere. Doing unrealistic commercials hasn't helped their sales, move on.

Dropping objects in a stupid manner, into any truck bed that most would have a bed liner, just not convincing smart people that's "real world" situation.. Posted by: supercrew02 | Jan 4, 2017 5:51:03 PM Not real world? When Ford started filling youtube with marketing fluff 2 year ago, they were trying to "prove" that their aluminum bed could handle the exact same kind of abuse as the Chevy commercial.

"The military grade aluminum that we're using in this pickup box is designed to withstand this type of abuse" *excavator starts dropping big rocks in the bed of the aluminum F-150* I guess it's a good thing nobody threw toolbox in the back of this prototype huh: As for incentives, hate to break it to you but GM's incentives led all mainstream manufacturers last month...trailing only BMW.

So it's not Ford putting all that cash on the hood. It's GM. Posted by: lray801 | Jan 4, 2017 3:32:58 PM Yeah he's not to bright, should of looked up some facts before posting lol! "Inventive Spending: In December, GM’s incentive spending as a percent of ATP was 13 percent, lower than in November For the year, GM’s incentive spending as a percent of ATP was 11.9 percent, well below the incentive spending of its domestic competitors and many of its global competitors." Can read it in the Dec US sale story on gm authority com since it won't let me post the link.

Here's an idea, GM change to round fender openings, maybe that will work? Posted by: supercrew02 | Jan 4, 2017 5:51:03 PM Excerpt from article above: We also should note that when totaling all pickup truck sales by corporate brand, GM is the clear winner by a wide margin.... Yes people, GM is a brand! FORD is a brand! There were more GM branded trucks sold 2 years running.

GM is a manufacturer! FORD is a manufacturer! GM manufactured and sold more trucks 2 years running. Any questions? @ HD RamKing... do little more unbiased research, ALL the truck mfg's use "big incentives" on certain optioned trucks at years end. I read both GM & RAM offered big $1k plus "rebates" so report all the news not part of it. In the end ANY one of them can offer whatever they need to move vehicles.

If Ford was better at it, then who's the stupid ones??? Posted by: supercrew02 | Jan 4, 2017 6:06:18 PM As JD pointed out, "Inventive Spending: In December, GM’s incentive spending as a percent of ATP was 13 percent, lower than in November For the year, GM’s incentive spending as a percent of ATP was 11.9 percent, well below the incentive spending of its domestic competitors and many of its global competitors." WOW, number 1 Ford for 40 years in a row, awesome job!, the Silvy and Sierra twins just cant do it......

Posted by: Nitro | Jan 4, 2017 2:48:42 PM Yep. And here's anothing thing... Mike Levine ‏@mrlevine 15h15 hours ago Zero (0.0) mention of Chevy Silverado in GM's 2016 year-end sales release: ------- Oh snap!

WOW, number 1 Ford for 40 years in a row, awesome job!, the Silvy and Sierra twins just cant do it...... Posted by: Nitro | Jan 4, 2017 2:48:42 PM Yep. And here's another thing...

Mike Levine ‏@mrlevine 15h15 hours ago Zero (0.0) mention of Chevy Silverado in GM's 2016 year-end sales release: ------- Oh snap! Congratulations to General Motor for having the best selling trucks for the 20th year in a row.

Nice try Furd, counting everything from the 150 to the 950 shows you still don't know how to make a good quality pick up truck. The GM twins in the full size & mid size totally outclass anything Furd slaps together. One thing Furd girlies can be proud of, Furd sells more pick up trucks in San Francisco than any other truck maker. I don't wonder why. @tj,gms and johnny, Ford number 1, no matter how you guys try to spin it, the number 1 selling truck is Ford for 40 years.

Lets review, chevy and gmc sales down, Ford up, as we review the chart above, number is Ford, Chevy a distance second with loosing sales numbers, Ford commercials promote military grade, chevy commercials show some weird guy asking people to give an omoji to express how they feel about chevy/gmc, nobody cares, Ford is still number 1 as the commercials state, lets review, Ford is number 1 for 40years and counting. So do I have to give up drinking soda so I can afford gas for my truck...? @bankruptinpa Yes you do.

While you're at it, buy some Kool-aid and share it with the Ford and Ram guys. Subsituting Kool-aid will save you a lot of money over buying canned soft drinks and the Ford/Ram crowd have proven that drinking the Kool-aid won't kill you. Here's the important part: Don't switch to the fuel efficient micro sedan. It will make you so depressed.

Even if I'm having one of my bad days, I can still hop in the V8 powered half ton out in the driveway and hear the rumble. And with all due respect, please move to a state that respects your independence from taxation. Florida, Texas, Tennessee, Wyoming, Alaska and more. Let California, New York and Pennsylvania tax their citizens to death, Americans can thrive in a low tax state.

Geez, where are my manners? Congrats to FORD manufacturing on a valiant effort in attempting to break out of the #2 sales position in trucks. Unfortunately, not achieving that goal has resulted in having to idle some of its truck factories until excess inventory clears out.

But hey, you got another kick at the cat in 2017............ If only you had a midsize. Oh well, good luck! Post a Comment Please remember a few rules before posting comments: • Try to be civil to your fellow blog readers.

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Gone are the days when pickup trucks were used solely for hauling and carrying things around. Today, some modern pick-ups have extended their life’s mission, even giving passenger cars a run for their money when it comes to comfort and convenience. And it’s that mixture of rough-neck utility and luxury that makes them such popular vehicles today.

Not all pick-up trucks are the same, but once in a while, there are those that become a must-have for many Filipinos. The third-generation Mitsubishi Strada (or Triton) has grown up and become more muscular than ever. And their models are expanding as well. In fact, Mitsubishi recently launched a new Strada variant: the Strada GLS 2WD. Whichever model it is, the Strada knows how to ooze with grit.

Interestingly, its soft suspension makes rides feel more “refined” and almost “car-like”– something that contradicts its rough, exterior persona. Just think of Rambo dancing ballet, with a perfectly-executed plie . Strada’s cabin is also quiet, which can be a welcoming feature if you’re used to those strange, mechanical noises that seem to crop up whenever your mother-in-law rides the car. Its off-road capabilities are also good, especially the four wheel drive.

However, its weakness is its shorter wheelbase, which can increase those rear overhangs, particularly the off-road ones. The engine power (and handling) are also a bit anemic — something you feel vaguely when you’re really stepping hard on the pedal. The Strada comes with a 2.5-liter 16-valve DOHC Common Rail Direct Injection (five-speed automatic or a five-speed manual transmission), while 4×4 models offer a Super Select 4WD or Easy Select 4WD.

4. Isuzu D-Max Isuzu D-Max This Isuzu D-Max has a no-nonsense, workhorse attitude that makes the word “workaholic” sound like a relaxing, meditative retreat in Bali. And while it can adjust decently well to more refined settings, it really shines in situations where brute strength and toughness are needed.

So don’t flinch when it picks up a couple of bruises and scrapes along the way. What we like about the D-Max is its great overall visibility, allowing for better control and vision on the road. And since its gearboxes have high and low ratio functions, it also offers greater traction when you drive it off-road. This car’s reliability is inspiring. Here’s how we can sum it up: the D-Max competes in the brutally challenging British Cross Country Championship–largely unmodified. This should give you an idea of how tough they’re really built.

However, there are times when that same ruggedness can extend to the engine, which can be quite strong in the steering wheel and gear lever. It can also get noisy from time to time, but it’s quieter compared to its predecessor’s 2.5 liter diesel engine.

Still, if the noise irritates you more than life itself, then make things easier by purchasing the Strada, instead. Now here’s a tip for you: Choose the lowest of its premium double-cab models, and you can have a good number of features, such as height-adjustable steering wheel, driver and passenger reading lights, air-conditioning, plus a stereo with Bluetooth connectivity and USB-iPod interface while saving money. The D-Max has a 3.0-liter 4JJI-TC (HI) diesel power plant together with a VGS turbocharger and intercooler.

It is paired with either a five-speed manual transmission or a five-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift. Both come in 4×2 and 4×4 options. 3. Nissan Navara Nissan Navara Nissan Navara is the only pickup truck that sounds more “earthy” than the others mentioned on this list. In fact, you can even mistake it for an exotic, Andalusian red wine or a Castilian dessert if you’re not paying attention. But who would ever overlook a Nissan Navara that has been around for 21 years?

Not us. In fact, we’ll keep looking at it, because it’s really an attractive pickup. It would probably take us a long time though, since it looks like it has no plans of retiring any time soon. There were some upgrades made to this model; but they’re not as obvious.

However, if you look closely, you’ll see cameras scattered everywhere, such as at the bottom of the Nissan badge, the tailgate handle, and even its side mirrors. This is Nissan’s, which provides a virtual 360-degree scene of your car in bird’s-eye view. This feature allows drivers to park easily, check for obstructions around the vehicle, and even simultaneously check the rear and front-side views of the car when doing parallel parking. Now with better comfort, handling, and faster steering response, it’s also tougher outside–thanks to a fully-boxed ladder frame compared to the typical three-sided open C-shaped rails that are used in some trucks.

What we don’t like? The steering wheel lacks reach adjustment, and their cabin should be tweaked more for added comfort. The Navara offers a 2.5-liter engine paired to a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic and is available in either 4×2 or 4×4 configurations. 2. Ford Ranger Ford Ranger The Ford Ranger is the first compact pickup truck that was designed by the Ford Motor Company.

So as you can see, it’s something close to their hearts and minds, which is probably the reason why the U.S. keeps resurrecting it from the dead. The Ranger version in the Philippines, however, has a more consistent presence in the country. It has been in the market since 1998, and was first manufactured by Mazda under the Mazda B-Series. Its partnership with Ford allowed them to sell the same vehicles using two different names: the Mazda B-Series, and for Ford, the Ford Courier.

It was eventually renamed to Ranger in 1998. The present generation Ford Ranger promises better safety features, greater maneuverability, and a beefier power-train. And of course, there’s that smooth ride and great towing and hauling capacities that it’s quite known for. Now here’s a tip for you: If you want to buy the cheapest variant without sacrificing quality, then go with the 4×2 drive train, single cab chassis manual.

They are the only ones that have low riders, or those with conventional height suspensions. If you’re into a more luxurious and refined Ranger, then try the “Wildtrak.” This model has actually catapulted the Ranger as Europe’s biggest selling pickup truck in 2015. The newest Wildtrak is impressive, but if Ford can just organize its gauge clusters and work on faster downshifting response, then we’ll be mighty pleased.

The Ranger comes with a turbocharged 2.2-liter Duratorq TDCi diesel (turbocharged) mated with either a five-speed MT or six-speed MT, or six-speed AT. Its top offering, the Ranger Wildtrak 4×4, offers a turbocharged 2.2- or 3.2-liter engine, either in 6-speed MT or 6-speed AT.

1. Toyota Hilux Toyota Hilux Toyota Hilux remains the stoic, indomitable truck that it’s known to be. And it remains firmly rooted in everything it touches–especially its rank as the number one pickup truck in the Philippines.

This vehicle has been abused beyond recognition–so much so that it firmly etched some form of vehicular trauma in our wretched souls (or something to that effect).

We remember one particular episode in Top Gear U.K., where Clarkson and his team annihilated a 1988 Hilux. It really made Ivan the Terrible’s torturing methods look like he was counting sheep. So you really got to give Toyota credit for this. The Hilux has been subjected to wrecking balls, bulldozers, drowning, 200-mile speed crashes, long drops, and anything else near borderline-to-extreme sadism.

And yet it remained standing, like a mountain that has seen worthier challenges in its lifetime. Now on its eighth generation, the newest Toyota Hilux is still built like the intimidating beast it’s meant to be. However, it now has a smaller engine compared to its predecessor’s 3.0-liter 1KD-FTV. Don’t be fooled by its size, though–its 2.8-liter 4-cylinder 1GD-FTV engine has more torque and power, and can churn out 9 percent more power and 31 percent more torque than its previous engine.

The Hilux also remains consistent in its robust design, with good safety features, excellent front visibility, and a more efficient engine. So what’s the biggest change in the Hilux?

Its off-road skills. The new Hilux has a better rear suspension and ground clearance, which makes it an extreme bad-ass even on challenging terrain. One thing, though: this might cause the back of the truck to feel extra bouncy over bumpy roads in the city.

So unless you want a pickup to serve as a moving trampoline, then go easy when driving around the Metro. The Hilux offers a 2.4- and 2.8-liter four-cylinder VN Turbo Intercooler diesel engine mated to either a six-speed sequential automatic or a six-speed manual transmission. The post appeared first on .


best selling pick up in the philippines 2016

Ford-F-150_Raptor_Race_Truck-2017 World Best Selling Pick Up ranking in the 2016 dominated by the Ford F-Series, at new record very close to 1 million sales. Toyota Hilux out of the podium penalized by MENA and Africa.

Following a positive growing period between 2010 and 2015 when the glibal pick ups sales grew from from 4.1 million to 5.7 million, in the 2016 sales had been penalized by recession in Africa, Middle East and Asean, ending the year with 5.742.000 sales, up a mere 0.1% from the previous year. The best selling ranking The best-selling model ranking was lead again by the Ford F-Series, which scored the best sales performance in the 41 years since its first arrival in the market, ending the year a breath down of the 1 million milestone, with 990.000 sales (+7.2%) and 17.2% of share on segment.

The second was again the Chevrolet Silverado with 640.000 units, down 4.6%, losing in the top 3 markets, US, Canada and Mexico. Third was the Ram Pick up, with 578.000 sales (+6.3%), The king of the desert and best selling vehicles in several African countries, the Toyota Hilux, ranked in fourth with 524.000 sales (-9.%), fast growing in China, Tunisia, New Zealand, but losing heavy in Saudi Arabia and in the rest of Middle East.

In fifth place the Isuzu D-Max with 296.000 (+7.0%) followed by the GMC Sierra with 283.000 units (-2.2%) and the Toyota Tacoma with 213.000 (+6.7%). In eight place the Ford Ranger, with 207.000 sales (+11.1%) ahead of the Chevrolet Colorado with 134.000 (+24.9%) and in 10th place the Toyota Tundra with 128.000 (-2.2%). Pick UPs Global Sales 2010-2016 Pick ups Global Sales 2010-2016 provide a huge analysis of this segment trend both at global and local level.

Sales reported for 103 markets, 66 brands and 209 models. Research in PDF plus data in Excel. We provide sales by brand in the period 2010-2016 (over 37 million units) for all countries/all brands in many tables and sales of single models in single market for the period 2014,2015 and 2016. Data are aggregated at regional level in which we report both model sales by country and country sales by model. We tracks all the 209 pick ups models on sales in the World. • Rank 2016 Rank 2015 Model Sales 2016 Sales 2015 Variation 1 1 Ford F-Series 990.511 920.349 7,6% 2 2 Chevrolet Silverado 640.237 671.095 -4,6% 3 4 Ram Pick-up 578.021 543.517 6,3% 4 3 Toyota Hilux 524.580 576.214 -9,0% 5 6 Isuzu D-Max 296.801 277.365 7,0% 6 5 GMC Sierra 283.646 289.930 -2,2% 7 7 Toyota Tacoma 213.754 200.387 6,7% 8 8 Ford Ranger 207.531 186.868 11,1% 9 10 Chevrolet Colorado 134.794 107.894 24,9% 10 9 Toyota Tundra 128.689 131.531 -2,2% 11 12 Nissan Frontier 121.320 98.340 23,4% 12 13 Great Wall Wingle 5 81.521 84.135 -3,1% 13 14 Mitsubishi L200 74.890 83.804 -10,6% 14 15 Nissan Navara 74.221 74.890 -0,9% 15 20 Nissan Pick-up 68.935 58.908 17,0% 16 11 Fiat Strada 68.062 107.556 -36,7% 17 17 Volkswagen Amarok 67.685 69.996 -3,3% 18 19 Mitsubishi Triton 56.692 60.018 -5,5% 19 23 Mazda BT-50 54.594 52.024 4,9% 20 16 Volkswagen Saveiro 49.206 72.892 -32,5% 21 26 Chevrolet S10 47.898 43.154 11,0% 22 Fiat Toro 46.033 65 23 27 GMC Canyon 45.411 36.576 24,2% 24 25 JMC Baodian 39.933 45.516 -12,3% 25 21 Daihatsu Gran Max PU 37.996 58.121 -34,6% 26 24 Toyota Land Cruiser P/U 31.717 50.966 -37,8% 27 28 ZX Auto Grand Tiger 31.457 34.832 -9,7% 28 22 Suzuki Carry Pick Up 31.017 53.061 -41,5% 29 32 Dongfeng Rich 30.473 30.074 1,3% 30 30 Tata Xenon 29.280 32.721 -10,5% 31 31 Mahindra Bolero pick up 27.119 30.132 -10,0% 32 98 Honda Ridgeline 26.772 1.148 2231,6% 33 42 Nissan Titan 24.707 16.352 51,1% 34 33 Nissan D22 24.163 29.216 -17,3% 35 44 Great Wall Wingle 6 24.100 15.328 57,2% 36 73 Renault Oroch 23.979 3.274 632,4% 37 ZHONGXING Capra 22.968 38 39 Holden Colorado 22.125 22.106 0,1% 39 34 Mitsubishi T120-SS Pick up 21.480 27.584 -22,1% 40 51 IRAN KHODRO ARISUN 20.487 11.802 73,6% 41 40 Foton Tunland 20.189 20.807 -3,0% 42 53 JMC Yuhu 19.811 10.196 94,3% 43 37 ZAMYAD Z24 19.772 23.889 -17,2% 44 29 Suzuki Ravi 19.722 33.008 -40,3% 45 45 SAIPA 151 PICKUP 18.997 14.274 33,1% 46 54 JAC Pickup 18.654 9.526 95,8% 47 35 Chevrolet TFR 17.281 27.391 -36,9% 48 41 Suzuki APV Pick-up 15.834 16.785 -5,7% 49 68 Huanghai N2-Series 15.319 3.649 319,8% 50 36 Chevrolet Montana 15.309 24.444 -37,4% (276)


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