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Edmunds Best Trucks of 2019

Best Used Trucks
Americans love trucks almost as much as SUVs. The top-selling car in the country is actually a pickup, and why not? Pickups can tow and haul but also be civilized and comfortable. Not everyone needs one, but attractive prices on used models mean almost anyone can afford one.

Used Chevrolet Colorado

2016 Chevrolet Colorado
2016 Chevrolet Colorado exterior
2016 Chevrolet Colorado
2016 Chevrolet Colorado interior

The Colorado kicked off today's midsize pickup revival with its debut in 2015, offering full-size truck capabilities — hauling, towing, all-terrain — in a more maneuverable package. A comfortable ride, a choice of three engines (including a fuel-thrifty and torque-rich diesel ideal for towing), and advanced infotainment features make the Colorado an easy truck to drive every day. Colorados hold their value, though, so you'll have to hunt for a deal. On the bright side, there'll be more retained value when you're ready to sell.

Average 2016 Chevrolet Colorado transaction price: $25,044
Savings vs. new: 26%
Edmunds rating: 7.6/10
Average consumer rating (2016): 4.2/5
Used Chevrolet Colorado years for this generation: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

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Used GMC Canyon

2016 GMC Canyon
2016 GMC Canyon exterior
2016 GMC Canyon
2016 GMC Canyon interior

Savvy truck shoppers will know that corporate siblings GMC and Chevrolet offer similar trucks in different packages, and that's true for the Canyon and Colorado twins. So what's different about the Canyon? Exterior styling, for one, highlighted by a bold upright grille, muscular fender flares and more chrome accents than the Colorado. The Canyon's interior is also a step up from the Colorado, with luxury-like touches such as leather upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Average 2016 GMC Canyon transaction price: $25,757
Savings vs. new: 33%
Edmunds rating: 7.6/10
Average consumer rating (2016): 4.0/5
Used GMC Canyon years for this generation: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

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Used Ford F-150

2016 Ford F-150
2016 Ford F-150 exterior
2016 Ford F-150
2016 Ford F-150 interior

The best-selling car in America isn't a car at all, but a pickup truck. The Ford F-150 lineup offers four engines, three cab styles and three bed lengths, making it diverse enough to suit almost any need, from workhorse hauling to weekend towing. It also happens to be an excellent value on the used market. You'll save 40% buying a model that's just a few years old.

Average 2016 Ford F-150 transaction price: $30,923
Savings vs. new: 40%
Edmunds rating: 8.1/10
Average consumer rating (2016): 3.9/5
Used Ford F-150 years for this generation: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

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Source: Edmunds.com

Edmunds Best Trucks of 2019

Best Used Trucks
Americans love trucks almost as much as SUVs. The top-selling car in the country is actually a pickup, and why not? Pickups can tow and haul but also be civilized and comfortable. Not everyone needs one, but attractive prices on used models mean almost anyone can afford one.

Used Chevrolet Colorado

2016 Chevrolet Colorado
2016 Chevrolet Colorado exterior
2016 Chevrolet Colorado
2016 Chevrolet Colorado interior

The Colorado kicked off today's midsize pickup revival with its debut in 2015, offering full-size truck capabilities — hauling, towing, all-terrain — in a more maneuverable package. A comfortable ride, a choice of three engines (including a fuel-thrifty and torque-rich diesel ideal for towing), and advanced infotainment features make the Colorado an easy truck to drive every day. Colorados hold their value, though, so you'll have to hunt for a deal. On the bright side, there'll be more retained value when you're ready to sell.

Average 2016 Chevrolet Colorado transaction price: $25,044
Savings vs. new: 26%
Edmunds rating: 7.6/10
Average consumer rating (2016): 4.2/5
Used Chevrolet Colorado years for this generation: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

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Used GMC Canyon

2016 GMC Canyon
2016 GMC Canyon exterior
2016 GMC Canyon
2016 GMC Canyon interior

Savvy truck shoppers will know that corporate siblings GMC and Chevrolet offer similar trucks in different packages, and that's true for the Canyon and Colorado twins. So what's different about the Canyon? Exterior styling, for one, highlighted by a bold upright grille, muscular fender flares and more chrome accents than the Colorado. The Canyon's interior is also a step up from the Colorado, with luxury-like touches such as leather upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Average 2016 GMC Canyon transaction price: $25,757
Savings vs. new: 33%
Edmunds rating: 7.6/10
Average consumer rating (2016): 4.0/5
Used GMC Canyon years for this generation: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

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Used Ford F-150

2016 Ford F-150
2016 Ford F-150 exterior
2016 Ford F-150
2016 Ford F-150 interior

The best-selling car in America isn't a car at all, but a pickup truck. The Ford F-150 lineup offers four engines, three cab styles and three bed lengths, making it diverse enough to suit almost any need, from workhorse hauling to weekend towing. It also happens to be an excellent value on the used market. You'll save 40% buying a model that's just a few years old.

Average 2016 Ford F-150 transaction price: $30,923
Savings vs. new: 40%
Edmunds rating: 8.1/10
Average consumer rating (2016): 3.9/5
Used Ford F-150 years for this generation: 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

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Source: Edmunds.com