What are the top trucks on the market?
"I want recommendations for models that balance affordability, performance, and durability.
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Answered on Apr 14, 2021
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“Veteran truck owners typically have a brand that they are loyal to, so if you ask for recommendations from enough people, you will usually get a lot of mixed reviews, some valid and some not. Regardless, all of the automakers that have truck models have really stepped up their game recently.
The top trucks on the market include the following:
- Ford F-150
- Chevrolet Silverado
- GMC Sierra
- Toyota Tundra
- Ram trucks
Depending on the options, the F-150 offers the best towing capacity and fuel economy, while the Ram has the most power. The Tundra, Sierra, and Silverado are not far behind the F-150 in terms of towing capacity and fuel economy ratings, but the Tundra does get the worst gas mileage of all the trucks currently on the road. “
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