The pickup market is arguably the most competitive auto segment in the U.S., but even then, there’s a clear hierarchy among the top three models. The model that rules the roost is the Ford F-Series, which still holds the title as the best-selling pickup in the States. The consensus second placer is the Chevrolet Silverado, followed by the Ram Truck. Sales figures from January 2016 provides the perfect indication of this hierarchy with the F-Series accounting for 51,540 sold units for the month. That’s followed by the Silverado with 37,863 units and the Ram Truck with 29,938.