2013 Truck Buying Guides

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Armaan Almeida is the Editor-in-Chief of the New Car Pricing Insider blog and publishes daily incentives on new cars in addition to newsworthy articles pertaining to the auto industry.

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, Automotive Editor - April 4, 2013

For the 2013 year, our Editors have broken down the feature-packed field of Trucks into three separate Buying Guides to help make shopping for one quick and easy. Click on the Buying Guides below to learn more about each Truck Category:

Here are our Top Picks for each Truck Category:

Best Small Truck: 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Small TrucksSolid. Reliable. Comfortable. These attributes add up to make the Tacoma the best Small Truck money can buy. It's affordable price and fuel-sipping engine help to make it a do-all truck that can be daily driven reliability and effortlessly while still getting the job done when it comes to hauling cargo.

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Best Midsize Truck: 2013 RAM 1500

Midsize Trucks

After a few decades of domination, the Ford F-150 has finally met its match: the RAM 1500. It's the best Midsize Truck in its class, featuring a plethora of options and trim packages. The new 8-speed ZF automatic transmission is smooth and stout, capable of withstanding lots of hauling and towing.

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Best Full-Size Truck: 2013 Ford F-150

Full-Size Trucks

If you are looking for the biggest, baddest truck on the planet, look no further. Ford's tried-and-true F-150 is hands down the best Full-Size Truck on the market and is used by more workers in the field than any other Full-Size truck. Every engine and transmission is top-notch, regardless of cylinder count.

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, Automotive Editor

Armaan Almeida is the Editor-in-Chief of the New Car Pricing Insider blog and publishes daily incentives on new cars in addition to newsworthy articles pertaining to the auto industry.

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