A couple years ago, my brother moved to Texas and everyone there joked with him about how everyone there at least owns a truck even if they don’t drive it every day. He was told in jest that he needed to buy a truck in order to fit in with the Texan way of life. Well, my brother being my brother bought himself a motorcycle instead but that’s not pertinent to the story.Before the motorcycle phase, the jokes about trucks did prompt us to really delve into the truck world and find out which one is the best and why. Now, this article isn’t going to tell which is the best truck, that is for you to decide for yourself. This article is going to compare trucks side by side and let you make the final decision. Remember, these are not based off of pre owned cars but rather, a new chevy dealer, ford dealers and other car dealers around town. Used car dealerships are a great place to buy a vehicle, don’t get me wrong, but these trucks are being taken in to account as being brand new. The reason for taking the specs from brand new cars is that owners can customize, upgrade or destroy a truck, making to many variables to be compared to other trucks. Let’s get started.
First of all, let’s take the newest one from a new chevy dealer and get the specs on what has been said to be number one. Consequently, it is also their latest model, so these opinions could change the longer the truck is used. As you well know, which any item, the newest and brightest is always the best but as time goes on and people begin to buy them and play with him, they see things in them that in actual fact, they do not prefer over the old product.
2016 Chevrolet Silverado
First of all, let’s check the scorecard. Apparently, the new Silverado rated an overall score of 8.7 out of 10.
While a new chevy dealer may be able to offer a 2016 vehicle, it may not be there best. We will have to see how the year progresses.
2016 Ford F-150
The overall rating for this truck is 8.9 out of 10.
Looks like most of the money was spent in how the truck runs and not so much on the interior.
2016 Ram 1500
The overall score is at 8.8
Critics actually rated this car at a 9.4; higher than the overall rating.
2016 GMC Sierra 1500
Overall score: 8.6
This truck shares a lot with the new chevy dealer Silverado but still has its own uniqueness.
2015 Nissan Titan
Overall score was only 6.8.
A score of 6.8 is considerably lower than some of the other models. However, this truck does has some perks of its own.
2016 Toyota Tundra
Overall score rated at 7.2.
Now you can decide what is it that you are looking for in a truck and use the pros and cons to help you make an informed decision. Of course, talking to a professional car dealer will help you find out more about the specific truck of your interest. It is recommended to visit each of the dealers to have about their trucks, they won’t tell you much about their competitors and their trucks, naturally!