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  Pickups FAQs

What are the most popular full-size pickup trucks being sold today?

The most popular full-size pickup truck models are the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, Ram 1500, Toyota Tundra, and Nissan Titan.

What are the different pickup truck sizes available?

There are four distinct sizes of pickup trucks which include: compact, midsize, full-size, and heavy-duty. The different sizes vary in capabilities, which includes a range of truck size, bed length, payload capacity, and towing capacity.

What's the difference between a half-ton, three-quarter ton, and one-ton truck?

These terms refer to the truck's payload capacity (weight it can carry in the bed). Half-ton trucks are lighter for daily use, while three-quarter and one-ton are built for heavier loads and towing.

What engines do pickup trucks have?

Gas engines are most common, with V6 and V8 configurations offering power and torque. Some trucks offer diesel engines for even better towing and fuel efficiency in certain situations. More recently, some trucks are now being offered with all-electric or hybrid powertrains.

What features should I look for in a pickup truck?

Consider the needs of your pickup truck application. Bed size, towing capacity, off-road capabilities, fuel efficiency, interior comfort and tech features are all important factors to evaluate when looking for a pickup.

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