Pickup trucks are known to be absolute workhorses. They offer complete utility; they can haul cargo, and they have sufficient off-roading abilities. They have short and long bed lengths, various cab styles and optional powertrains and are completely versatile vehicles. Choosing a truck to suit your requirements is easy with all the options available in the market. Here are some of the top trucks for 2020.
Dodge Ram 1500 delivers a cushioned ride. It has a standard multi-link coil-spring rear suspension. It is also equipped with heavy-duty twin tube shocks and optional four-corner air suspension system on all trim levels. It can tow over gravel, through tough elements, and still be able to maintain level and stable handling. Both the suspension systems can adapt to different conditions. The 5.7L V8 HEMI engine has a hauling capacity of 12,750 pounds; if properly equipped it can haul all your stuff with ease.
The Dodge Ram 2500 is an extremely powerful vehicle. With the standard five link coil spring rear suspension, the Ram 2500 reduces the friction while driving, no matter what the load. You have a range of engine options 5.7L V8 with 383 hp and 400 lb ft of torque, 6.4L V8 with 410 hp, 429lb ft of torque, which is standard on the Power Wagon, Limited, Laramie Longhorn, and Laramie variants. There is also a turbocharged 6.7L diesel V6 with six speeds automatic that gives 370hp and 800 lb ft of torque. It can tow 17,980 pounds.
Ford F-150 has a 3.5L EcoBoost engine that generates 375hp and 470lb ft of torque. It has 10-speed automatic transmission; the torque is available for fast acceleration. The F-150 can haul around 13,200 pounds. It also gives fuel economy at 25 mpg on highways and 18 mpg in the city.
Ford also offers other trucks like the F-250, which has a combination of torque and high horsepower making it a robust choice. The 6.7L V8 turbo diesel generates 450hp and 935 lb ft of torque and can haul 18,000 pounds. The engine delivers quick throttle, smooth acceleration from the high-pressure common rail fuel injection system.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has eight models and six engine choices and transmission. This vehicle comes with standard factory two-inch lift. It has a longer wheelbase and has more interior space and cargo room for comfort. It weighs less than the previous model, making it easier to handle.
GMC Sierra 1500 provides great mileage and power. It has a 5.3L V8 engine that gives out 355 hp and 383 lb ft of torque. The Sierra gives 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway and is equipped with six-speed automatic transmission. It can haul 11,100 pounds. It has a choice of crew cab or double cab and other standard features.
Toyota Tundra combines performance with 2.5-inch Bypass shocks for rugged terrain. It has additional two-inch front lift for ground clearance; it has LED fog lights, dual TRD Pro exhaust, and quarter-inch skid plate.