Best Used Trucks to Buy

May 11, 2019/Steve Tackett

Best Used Trucks to Buy

Pickup is habitually the top-selling vehicle in the U.S. and makers have engaged in a nonstop trend of adding features, capability and technology to these workhorses. Smart buyers know that it’s best to choose the most reliable used model in order to save lots of even extra money over the long run and that a used truck that has been absolutely inspected and fixed is simply like buying a new one but at a much bigger discount. Based on the latest analysis of US news, these are the most reliable certified pre-owned trucks that are likely to prove dependable over time.

The Toyota Tundra is the best-used truck to buy, offers a well-designed interior with ample storage space. The double cab design, with rear doors, offers easy access to the back seat.

The Ram 1500 is a large, useful, reasonably late-model full-size pickup truck available for less than $25,000. The four-door cabin can accommodate six or the rear seat area can be used as lockable storage.

The Ford F-15 is one of the first full-size pickups to offer a six-speed automatic transmission across the entire range. It offers electric power steering, which delivers steering feel and fuel economy benefits.

4. Ford F-150 Raptor

The Ford F-150 Raptor is unlike any production pickup on the road. Ford F-150 fits the regular F-150 with an advanced off-road equipment  widened its aluminum body for a purposeful appearance.

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is the best truck to buy. Its interior is well designed and has the aura of a full-size domestic sedan.

The GMC Sierra 1500 offers a lineup of trucks engineered, suite of intelligent technologies to help improve your trailering experience and give you more confidence.

The Nissan Titan is best-used trucks to buy because of its good performance, feature of greater towing capacity, better fuel economy, and more inviting interiors.

The current generation of the Chevrolet Colorado compact pickup truck comes with reliability, seat comfort, rear seat room, and the sluggish performance delivered by the standard four-cylinder engine.

The Tacomaoffers a wide variety of car-like options, including tilt-and-telescope steering wheel, Bluetooth/USB integration, 6.1-inch touch screen and six-speaker sound system.

10. Hummer H3T

The Hummer H3T compact pickup truck had a short production run. Both years feature bold Hummer styling while delivering impressive off-road capabilities. Fuel economy and riding comfort, however, will fall short of what is offered by many competitors.

The Nissan Frontier is the dedicated off-road version of Nissan’s midsize truck.Frontier has standard comfort and convenience features, including cruise control, remote keyless entry, power windows and door locks and power outside mirrors.

The Chevrolet Avalanche is a Chevrolet Suburban with a short cargo box in place of the Suburban’s large rear cargo Location. Its offer family transporter with pickup capabilities, the Avalanche works nicely.

Ford has decided to bring back the Ranger compact pickup truck. These pickup trucks deliver a no-frills trucking experience from a design that highlighted the simplicity and was considered outdated seven years ago. That, however, has not adversely affected reliability.

The Honda Ridgeline has quirky technology, large rear doors, and four-door with seating for five. It received Good ratings from the IIHS on all crashworthiness measures.

The GMC Sierra stands out among full-size pickups for its powerful-yet-fuel-efficient V8s, its towing and hauling capabilities.