The pickup truck is one of the best selling vehicles in America, both used and new trucks. The size truck you need will depend on many factors, including what you need it for, if you will intend to use it only for business or hauling wood or even for a family vehicle.Whether you decide to buy new truck or a used one, be sure to do your research so that you can buy the best truck available.
For a smaller pickup truck, this one does everything you want your truck to do and more.If you have a camper or a boat that needs to be towed, the Chevy Colorado can get the job done.With a MSRP of $16,000 to $28,000 it can be found with a wide range of options and cab sizes you will find a Colorado that meets your needs.It features a 5 star crash rating.It has more front legroom then other trucks in its class with 44” vs. the 42” found in most small pickup trucks. If room for your family or your business is what you want this truck for, you can choose the 4WD model and even throw in the extended cab so you can seat more people if you need to. This truck, although it has enough HP to tow a boat or camper, might struggle a little with heavy work related supplies. With 185 hp it is well below the average 213.59 hp of other trucks in its class. If you have a business, such as construction, this might not be the best truck available.
Dodge Ram 2500
If business is what you need your truck for, the Dodge Ram 2500 might be what you are looking for. With 23 different trims available and a user rating of a perfect 10, this truck will do anything you need it to, in any weather conditions imaginable. The MSRP on this truck is $27,215 to $44,830. It offers a nice quiet ride for a diesel and it handles well in all weather, including cross winds. It is wider and taller than other trucks in its class. For a truck this size it gets fair gas mileage with 15 MPG in the city and 19 MPG highway. With 350hp, this impressive heavy duty truck offers horsepower that is well above the average of 329.
With a MSRP of $21,820 - $39,675, this large truck offers 38 different trims including rear-wheel and 4 wheel drive styles. It offers a variety of truck bed sizes and a wealth of other options to suit any needs. Regardless of the trim you choose, you can expect to get fair gas mileage of 14 MPG in the city and 19 on the highway. With a max seating of 3, this truck is not exactly a family size truck, but whether it is used to haul wood or tow the boat to the lake, your family will love this truck as much as you do! This is a truck you can feel safe driving with a 5 star crash rating.