2019 is now here and there's one thing that is certain: Sport-utility vehicle and truck sales are only expected to grow.

The sedan is going to have a tough year.

No more further proof is needed as auto makers scale back, and even kill, their four-door sedan nameplates.

If you follow the Detroit Three (Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)) then you know that pick-up trucks are their core business. This is where a significant amount of volume is moved and where thick profit margins reside.

Simply put, this is the most hotly contested segment right now and table stakes are up for grabs.

Although Ford is far away and ahead holding the first place spot, it appears that the Chevrolet Silverado and RAM 1500 are duking it out. Having said that, as we enter an all-new year, we've got to ask: WHICH pick up truck do YOU believe will take 2019's sales race?

Does the Ford F-series retain its lead? Does RAM finally overtake Chevrolet?

What say you, Spies?

The battle for profits from sales of large pickups is intensifying among the Detroit 3 automakers as sales of sedans in the United States continue to shrivel.

For decades Ford Motor Co. has had the single best-selling truck brand in its F-series trucks. General Motors' Chevrolet brand was a solid No. 2, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Ram brand was a distant third.

Now, that hierarchy may be in flux. Sales figures for December and the fourth quarter released on Thursday show FCA’s Ram brand tied with GM’s Chevy brand for the No. 2 spot during the fourth quarter, as sales of the redesigned Ram pickup surged, fueled in part by demand for an optional 12-inch dashboard screen...

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TRUCK WARS! The Pick-up Truck Battle Is Set To Get Even MORE Fierce In 2019 — Who Takes The

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