If you’re in the market for a truck, it can be hard to filter through all of the vehicles on the market. We decided to take a look at 5 of 2017’s Best Trucks On The Market. These trucks feature functionality and practicality, along with a little comfort.
We should also note that we have included some pretty sporty options for those off-roading lovers. It’s pretty crazy to think just how far trucks have evolved over the years. Gone are the days of the boring pickups that are strictly haulers. These days, companies are learning that diversity is key.
The trucks below also range in pricing which is key when shopping for trucks. We’ve got a little something for everyone on our 5 of 2017’s Best Trucks On The Market list so check it out below. Have a truck you would have added to the list? Let us know in the comments section below.
5 of 2017’s Best Trucks On The Market
5. Ford Super Duty
When it comes to options, the Ford Super Duty has an unbeatable amount. The truck comes in various engines with varying towing capacities. The pricing comes in at just over $32,000 all the way to over $77,000. There are plenty of prices in between with any configuration you desire.
4. Nissan Titan XD
The Nissan Titan XD starts at just over $31,000 and is one of the more stylish ones on the market. It comes with a load of options and looks to be a pretty luxurious pick among the bunch.
3. Chevy Silverado HD
You can grab an awesome Chevy Silverado HD for just over $34,000 and it is one sweet looking truck. It’s got extremely impressive styling and has a max towing academy of 23,300.
2. Dodge Ram 3500
The Dodge Ram 3500 is one of the biggest trucks that the company has made. It promises a Best-In-Class diesel towing capacity of 31,210 pounds. It’s perfect for hauling almost anything you can think of and starts at just over $32,000.
1. Ford F-150 Raptor
The Ford F-150 Raptor is one of the coolest performance trucks on the market. This truck has off-road racing running rampant in its design and performance. It’s on the expensive side starting at over $50,000, however, that’s the price to pay for a fun truck.