Top Full-Sized Trucks that Are Worth Your Money!

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Towing and hauling abilities alone aren’t enough today. Finding the right truck means understanding your needs and priorities and then finding the one that checks most boxes. Here are our top picks.

2020 Toyota Tundra

Compared to similarly-equipped full-size trucks, this one is pricey. Though when it comes to long-term pricing, you’ll probably end up paying much less than many others in the same class. Overall the Tundra has a strong predicted reliability rating, so it’s worth some consideration by those shopping for a dependable full-size truck.

2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Except for the high price tag that it is sold at, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 makes for a great buy. It is a very reliable truck with plenty of seating space, enough engine options, good ride quality, and best-in-class towing capacity noted at up to 13,400 pounds.

2020 Ford F-150

The base trim of the F-150 is priced lower than many others with similar features. Besides, below-average estimated insurance and fuel expenses also make this one the most competitively priced full-size truck of all. As of the most popular models in North America, buyers routinely pick this one over others for its user-friendly infotainment system, tons of interior space, outstanding towing and hauling capabilities, and overall dependability.

2020 Nissan Titan

The Titan has the most expensive upfront cost compared to similar vehicles in the segment. With only one powertrain option, a 5.6-liter V8 isn’t enough to match the towing prowess of many other identical powertrains in competing trucks. The interiors also feel somewhat cramped, and the build quality could be much better. So what’s it doing on this list? Look at the broader picture, and the Nissan Titan isn’t all bad. It boasts an excellent payload rating and comes with numerous standard safety features that make it worth considering if you’re in the market for a new one.

Thanks to high demand, trucks have evolved into far more versatile vehicles than initially thought possible. With so many trims and features, our best piece of advice is to find the pickup trucks that stand out for your own needs, not just what the dealer wants to sell you.

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