In July 2013, Ford moved 1950 F-Series trucks a day for a total of 60,449, a whopping figure that eclipses the total sales of most brands as well as the number two best-selling vehicle, the Toyota Camry, which saw sales of "just" 34,780.

To help put just how staggering that figure is into perspective, we've broken down what vehicle or brand's sales are equivalent to each day's month-to-date total F-Series sales. As you can see, we had to get creative towards the end because of just how considerably the popular truck outsells everything else.

As you can see, it took just 18 days for the F-Series to effectively match the Camry's monthly total and just two more days to get past all of GMC.

Some more factoids: F-Series sales are within range of the combined total for the Honda Accord and Civic; the combined total for the three German luxury brands; and the combined total of Lexus, Cadillac, Acura, and Infiniti.


Days F-Series Sales Comparable To Sales Of
1 1950 Nissan Leaf 1864
2 3900 Lincoln Cars 3847
3 5850 Volvo 5909
4 7800 Infiniti 7762
5 9750 BMW 3 Series 9890
6 11,700 Nissan Sentra 11,439
7 13,650 Volkswagen Jetta 13,388
8 15,600 Acura 15,150
9 17,550 Nissan Rogue 16,992
10 19,500 Toyota Rav4 19,538
11 21,450 Ford Escape 22,343
12 23,400 Lexus 23,031
13 25,350 Chevrolet Cruze 25,447
14 27,300 Honda CR-V 27,226
15 29,250 Nissan Altima 29,534
16 31,200 Honda Accord 31,507
17 33,150 Honda Civic 32,416
18 35,100 Toyota Camry 34,780
19 37,050 BMW + Audi 37,107
20 39,000 GMC 39,356
21 40,950 Volkswagen + Mitsubishi 40,801
22 42,900 All Minivans 42,790
23 44,850 Ram + Toyota Tacoma 45,196
24 46,800 Jeep + Toyota 4Runner 46,326
25 48,750 Kia 49,004
26 50,700 Mercedes + Mazda 51,400
27 52,650 Ford SUVs 52,406
28 54,600 GMC + Buick 54,999
29 56,550 Subaru + Ford Fusion 56,515
30 58,500 Sierra + Silverado 58,662
31 60,450 Nissan Cars 60,478