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The record seemed carved in chrome - with the Ford F-Series racing to the top of the charts in 2005, generating an astounding 734,610 total units. No other brand had ever secured such a high number; and even Ford itself struggled to keep pace with this pick-up frenzy. The years that followed were undeniably profitable but they failed to reach the heights of this one long summer.

This may soon change.



According to The Detroit Free Press, Ford is racing (once again) toward a record. Its 2017 F-Series - anchored by the ever-popular F-150 - has already secured 658,636 total sales for the year. This represents a strong 38% of the entire pick-up market and it also has many critics wondering whether the Big Blue Oval can finally surpass its 2005 victory. Two months still remain to secure less than 100,000 units; and, should the current pace continue, this will prove an easy feat.

The F-Series reigns on the North American charts - effortlessly surpassing Chevrolet (24% of total sales), Dodge (22% of total sales), and GM (9% of total sales). It’s the only pick-up collection that has managed to generate a profit with every month, and its consumer interest level has never been higher. This, Ford believes, should lead it to a new sales milestone.

What do you think? Will the F-Series finally rev past its 2005 predecessors? Share your opinions with our team today!