The best pickup trucks of 2014 by customer choice are there to be bought. You just have to have a lot of cash and the passion to be able to handle a pickup truck down that old dirt road.
The present range of pickup trucks are the best you can afford for your hard-earned money. They include several brands with a reputation to match. You will find among them some of the sturdiest most stylish monster vehicles this side of the hemisphere. And whereas in the past they were meant for farmhouses and building sites, today they are all-purpose machines for any terrain. Streamlined, smooth and sexy, these huge hummers will figure somewhere in your garage.
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The following five are the topmost boys’ playthings in the marketplace for the current year:
1. Shelby Ford F-150 Raptor: This is the truck with the most extreme impact at first sight. It is big, bold and beautiful. And it has the driving chops to show for all the heavy metal it is made out of. $62,000 is the starting price.
2. Chevrolet Silverado: One hell of an old and trustworthy truck. The reinvention of this vintage number will suit you for sure. A classy and comfortable means of transportation, it will cost you $25,500.
3. GMC Sierra: A luxurious vehicle that will give you the ride of your life, the GMC Sierra is the height of cool defined. And it has a lot of capacity for passengers and luggage in its spacious interior.
4. Honda Ridgeline: A one of a kind truck for those with good taste. It is a dynamic piece of dynamite that will light up the road with the smell of burning rubber. And keep in mind that it will cost you a little short of $30,000.
“This is a truly exciting time for the pickup truck market, and our new list reflects the remarkable change that has occurred as a result,” said autoMedia.com Founder and CEO Doug Hamlin. “Trucks are more powerful, agile and fuel efficient than ever before, and buyers are bound to find one that suits their needs on this list. Then they can use the autoMedia.com New Cars buying guide to research the truck they like, and even request a quote.”