5 New Trucks That Help You Get The Job Done

5 New Trucks That Help You Get The Job Done

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For many hard-working Canadians, a pickup truck is more than just a vehicle: it is the single most important tool for getting the job done. Whether you are a blue-collar construction worker, a farmer, or an independent contractor, chances are your pickup is one of the most important tools helping you sustain your livelihood, which is why it is important to do your research when it comes time to buy a new truck. With so many options now available, it is especially important to find the one that best matches your needs.

Here are just a few of the top ranked trucks in Canada, with an explanation of the kind of work to which they are best suited-

Ford F-150

For two generations, the Ford F-150 has defined what a pickup truck is for most North Americans. Tough, powerful, and versatile, the F-150 is justly viewed as being not only one of the greatest trucks of all time: it has become one of the most popular vehicles ever produced. It is also one of the most powerful — the 2018 F-150 SuperCab delivers an astonishing 450 horsepower, putting it squarely ahead of the competition for raw capacity.

Chevrolet Silverado

 Over the years, the Chevy Silverado has built a solid reputation for itself as one of the great American truck brands, almost always coming in second behind the F-150 as a customer favourite and prize winner. The Silverado has a lot going for it, including a history of technological innovation, and, in the most recent model, one of the most competitive rates of fuel economy among full-size trucks. Shoppers familiar with the Silverado through car websites like KijijiAutos.ca will know that while it may often come in second to the F-150, for those who have experienced it first hand it will always be number one.

GMC Canyon

As GMC’s mid-size pickup, the Canyon offers a lot of value if you want a truck that delivers superior performance, maneuver ability, and towing capability in a smaller package. Due to its size, the Canyon naturally consumes less fuel than a full-size would, but GMC’s careful engineering and commitment to efficiency have made it one of the most most fuel-efficient trucks of any size.

Nissan Titan XD

If raw power is what you are looking for, one of the most exciting new options on the market is the Titan XD. Like the vehicles it has entered the market to challenge, like the Ford F-250, Ram 2500, and Silverado 2500, the Titan is a heavy-duty vehicle designed to take on the toughest jobs and deliver top performance even under the most extreme conditions.

Honda Ridgeline

Not everyone who relies on a truck spends their days hauling construction materials or off-roading through muddy fields. There is a growing market for trucks that blend the best qualities of trucks and SUVs, and the Honda Ridgeline has becomethe standard bearer for the new Sport Utility Truck category. The Ridgeline combines aggressive off-road capabilities and more than adequate towing power witha truly classy interior to deliver comfort and performance that is the envy of more established brands.

For those who rely on their truck to get things done day-in and day-out, buying a new truck is not a decision to be taken lightly. With so many different options, each perfectly tailored to specific needs, it is important to make sure you are getting a vehicle that can handle everything your job will throw at it. Whether you want the power of an F-150 or Titan, the technology capacity of a Silverado, the economy of a Canyon, or the innovation of the Ridgeline, finding the right truck can make all the difference.

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