We have to consider a lot of different things when it comes to buying a car or truck. It can be a pretty intense process for some people. With plenty of research and planning, it can be easily tackled by anyone.
There are essentially two opinions when it comes to how we want our cars to look. Some people love the shine and sparkle of a freshly washed car. Others like having a dirty truck to show off all the fun you’ve had and work you’ve done.
We check into every detail of a car or truck during the research phase. It’s important to make sure everything is up to your standards. There are a lot of numbers to look through, so how do we figure out which number is the most important?
Trucks are a unique kind of vehicle. They provide a power that no other vehicle can provide, and they serve an important section of people. A lot of people rely on their truck to take on some important jobs, so it’s important for them to have the right features.
If you’re buying a truck for the first time, or even the hundredth time, you know it can be a tricky process. There are a lot of numbers flying around and it’s easy to get lost in them. It doesn’t have to be so confusing.
It can be genuinely exciting to buy a new truck. They are big, tough vehicles that can do things other cars just can’t. No one calls the guy with a sedan to help him move. Plus, there is just something that feels so powerful about sitting up that high on the road.
If you’ve been shopping for a truck you might have realized that Chevy and GMC pickups are quite similar to one another. Even if you aren’t shopping for one, you might have realized that both Chevy and GMC are brands beneath the General Motors umbrella that provide pickup trucks. Either way, you might be wondering what the difference between these pickup trucks are, so we thought we’d fill you in with a bit of a breakdown. Read the rest of this entry
Recently, we took you through the three big American pickup truck models to analyze their towing capacities but, considering the fact that we carry far more than just the big three, we thought we’d expand our horizons and highlight both the maximum towing capacity & payload ratings of all the used trucks in our inventory that have a 2018 model year version. That means trucks like the Chevy Avalanche and Dodge Dakota are out, since they’re tragically no longer made, but it means vehicles like the GMC Canyon and Nissan Frontier are included. Read the rest of this entry
Why do some trucks not have fuel economy numbers?
Are you looking at a great pre-owned American or import truck? Trying to find the mpg rating? Some trucks will seem to have those numbers readily available, but others not so much. Why do some trucks not have fuel economy numbers? No, the dealership isn’t hiding something from you. It’s actually a little more complicated than that. Read the rest of this entry
What import brands make pickup trucks
Everyone knows the big three when it comes to trucks. You have Ford, with the F-150 and the Super Duty models, you have Chevy and GMC with their Silverado/Sierra and Colorado/Canyon models, and you have Ram, formerly known as Dodge Ram with their 1500 and larger models. That’s not all the pickup truck brands though. See what we mean as we show you what import brands make pickup trucks. Read the rest of this entry