Well, at least something is back to normal. After being overtaken by the new Ram late last year, the Silverado has reasserted itself over the Dodge in the sales charts after the 6 months of 2020.

The Chevy still lags behind the F-150, but sold 267,000 units between January and June. That's roughly 20,000 more than the Ram, whose sales declined by 18% this year.

The numbers include light-, medium-, and heavy-duty trucks. Counting just light-duty, Chevy sold more than 200,000 after two quarters.

Ford remains 100,000 trucks ahead of Chevrolet this year, but its sales also dropped 18% this year. With a new generation on the horizon, though, its sales may shrink again just in time to skyrocket when sales of the hybrid F-150 begin.