The sales numbers for June, 2015 are out and most truck brands continue to put up impressive year-to-year and month-to-month gains. Most truck brands except for Ford. There HAS to be growing concern at Ford over flat sales numbers. Are frame concerns really the key reason?
Truck fans who have bemoaned their soaring costs will want to hit the “X” in the corner of their browser right now. Ram has revealed a 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel will start at $42,790 and a Laramie Limited starts at $50,675. These prices are on par with other’s in the industry, yet the Laramie Limited price took us back a bit.
As we move closer to summer, truck sales are expected to continue to climb and this is certainly the case with the Toyota Tacoma and Tundra. Hitting a combined number of 29,170 units sold, these trucks aren’t slowing down.
In the past week or two, we have seen a surge in new technology apps and features from other leading truck makers. This is leading us to question: does the Toyota Tundra need more technology features to compete better?