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Top ten trucks on the road today

23, 2013 by Autosaur News

are the best-selling vehicles in North by a huge margin. The Ford has more or less been one in terms of sales in the United every year for the past two with the Chevrolet Silverado a close second. Trucks are so because they offer everything they want: rugged, practical, and powerful. you can do whatever the hell you like them and they’ll stand by side and won’t complain. are the ten best pick-up trucks today:

10. Ford F-150

The F-150 is the king of trucks. after year, it has not only the best selling pick-up in the United States — but the best-selling outright. Along with the Silverado, it repeatedly beats smaller cars like the Camry and Honda Accord. Because the F-150 is an outstanding It is spacious (you can seat  up to six depending on the model) and it is very (the engines range a 3.7liter V6 producing 302hp to a V8 producing an impressive 411hp). also safe, reliable, for towing and hauling things and it has a huge range of optional It’s also affordable, prices starting at $24,070. And but not least — it looks great. Max (how much you can carry in the ranges from around to an astonishing 3,120lbs with the Heavy Duty Payload

9. Chevrolet Silverado 1500

A second on the list of best-selling in the US, the Silverado is just as capable as the Where it slightly loses out is the of different features available, and the more muted styling. it is a worthy rival with a of up to 2,100lb in the back. With for the 2014 version starting at it’s now slightly more than the F-150, although the Silverado only cost new. Fuel efficiency is the same, producing 16mpg to 17mpg for the F-150 in the city. can do 23mpg on the highway. The standard model has a 4.3liter V6 providing while a 5.3liter V8 pumping out is also available.

8. Ram 1500

The Ram is the third most popular in the US, and fourth on the overall sales behind the Toyota Camry in It boasts better fuel than the Silverado and the F-150 in the city and 25mpg on the highway), and is priced between the other two a starting price of $24,200 for the Tradesman model. The payload is lower than the other two from only 1,340lb to However, the Ram 1500 is still a performer in the world of trucks and was Motor Trend ‘s Truck of the award in 2013. There are engine options: A 3.6liter V6 305hp, a 4.7liter V8 providing and a 5.7hp HEMI V8 packing

7. GMC Sierra 1500

The GMC Sierra is the most expensive of all the trucks on list so far, with a price of $26,075 for the 2104 The two engines available are a 4.3liter V6 85hp and a 5.3liter V8 producing The interior in the 2014 model is a of beauty to behold, but it’s too with a maximum payload of 2,050lbs. The two engine options are a V6 producing  285hp and a 5.3liter V9 355hp. As it’s also of the General Motors family, it much of its DNA with the Silverado so you can the same quality and attention to

6. Toyota Tundra

Cool and an overall cool customer. The model of the Toyota Tundra is butch-looking than its 2013 and is a good all-round truck. It is on the side, with prices at $25,920 for the 2014 model. You get the of three powerful engines. The V6 version produces 270hp, the 4.6liter V8 can deliver 310hp. The range 5.7liter V8 pumps out It’s not quite as heavy as some of its rivals, with payloads ranging from to 1,565lbs. And it also doesn’t match them on fuel only managing 20mpg on the In the city it can do 16mpg, which is of a muchness compared to the others.

5. Ridgeline

The Honda Ridgeline is towards the end of its life-cycle, with the generation of the model forecast for But despite slightly outdated the one currently available is still a good truck. With a price of $29,575, it doesn’t cheap. But you get a large variety of and from November 2013 a Edition model has been to the line-up if you’re looking for luxury (although it will set you at least $37,505). Unlike its popular rivals, there’s one engine available, a 3.5liter V6 250hp, the lowest power of any of the trucks listed here so Maximum payload for the model is while it can do 15mpg in the city and on the open road.

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4. Ford Super Duty

The Ford Super Duty are big beasts. Encompassing all of trucks above the F-150, capacity on the different versions from around 3,100lbs up to a  7,260lbs . Two engines are available, V8s — a 6.2liter gasoline version 385hp and a 6.7liter Turbo delivering a massive 405hp. The speak for themselves, so you don’t us to tell you that this is much more of a workhorse the others listed above. No EPA figures are available for the Super but they are likely to be in the low to mid teens for models, and up to 20mpg for the diesels. start at $30,080 for the basic XL version and go up to $67,330 for the top-of-the F-450 Platinum model.


3. Tacoma

The other end of the scale from the Super Duty, the Toyota is a more light-weight, sporty-looking It’s also one of the cheapest around — one can be yours for as little as Fuel efficiency is also compared to other trucks, 21mpg in the city and up to 25mpg on the Two engines are available, a 2.7liter rated at 159hp and a 4liter V6 236hp. The Tacoma has received results in safety tests, and with up to six airbags. Payload from 1,280lbs to 1,360lbs, it not far behind many of its bigger

2. Nissan Frontier

A direct to the Toyota Tacoma, the Frontier starts at $17,990. It also has engine configurations: a 2.5liter producing 152hp and a 4liter V6 manages 261hp. Again, efficiency is simlar, ranging 16mpg in the city to 22mpg driving on the highway. However, it even better than the on payload — with the capacity to more than 1,524lbs. The model is very sparse but if you’re willing to spend money the more expensive are packed with features.

1. Titan

The Nissan Titan is the big brother of the Lower fuel efficiency in the city, 18mpg on the highway as — but much more power. only one engine available, a V8 pumping out 317hp. Prices at $29,270, but again there are of cool accessories.  Its payload is 2,153lbs. It’s a shame is no V6 option, and the car hasn’t performed as as some of the other trucks in of safety tests but it is good and has come a long way in recent It doesn’t quite match its rivals, but watch this

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