Reading Time: 5 minutes Although the Canyon is a small pickup truck, it can tow and haul enough to make it a perfectly functional work vehicle. With the long box, the Canyon can haul eight-foot lengths with the tailgate lowered, making it comparable to full-sized pickups.
Reading Time: 11 minutes The F-150 is Ford’s best-selling vehicle because they try to make a truck for everyone, covering adventure rigs, heavy haulers, and showy luxury rides.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Ford F-250 Super Duty comes with unmatched performance and grit, giving you a comfortable, powerful, and durable truck that will meet all your needs.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Sierra 1500’s 2019 redesign brought in a more fuel-efficient turbo four-cylinder engine and introduced a diesel engine to the 1500 for the first time.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Truck sales have soared in recent years, rising 36 percent since 2011. In fact, 2019 is expected to be a record-breaking year for truck sales.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Winner of back-to-back Motor Trend Truck of the Year awards, the fourth-gen RAM 1500 is the total package. Not only does it have muscular and aerodynamic styling contributing to a wind-cheating low 0.36 coefficient of drag, but there are no less than 11 paint colors to choose from.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Trucks are all-around capable vehicles, able to do all kinds of work, survive off-road, and still meet your daily driver needs. That’s probably why trucks retain their resale value more than any other class of vehicle.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Once upon a time, trucks were reserved for farmers or people who worked in the trades. Pickups had a bench seat and little room for passengers. Today, however, more and more people are using trucks as family vehicles.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The models on this list consistently rank as some of the most reliable car brands on the market. When any of these models are combined with regular maintenance and proper care, they can get you from A to B for 200,000 miles or more.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When people talk about pickups, stats are thrown around usually involving torque and towing ability. But what about fuel economy?