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The diesel engine's capability story is a good one. But even if you skip this new powertrain, the Ram 1500 is still the best full-size pickup truck you can buy today.
The 2019 Ram 1500 is the truck we'd spend our money on.
It's not the most rugged pickup, but the 2017 Honda Ridgeline is still more truck than most buyers will ever need. Its crossover blend of efficiency and technology makes it easy to live with as a daily driver.
The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali has a lot going for it, but it still pales a bit in the light of the competition.
The 2019 Ford Ranger debuts as the top dog of midsize trucks with excellent tech and ride quality.
If you keep your options in check, you won't be disappointed with any iteration of the F-150.
A great choice regardless of what you have to haul.
If you're looking for a reliable truck to carry you from the city to the playgrounds of the deserts or mountains, it's tough to beat the 2016 Tacoma. Consumers would be well-served by sampling the six-speed manual as well as the automatic before making a purchase.
The F-150 is a great all-around truck with a ton of available features. It's especially good for those new to towing.
The Ram 1500 Rebel delivers better off-road capability without sacrificing on-road comfort, while offering aggressive looks to boot.
The Ford F-150 is a well-rounded truck that offers drivers plenty of substance, technology and polish.
Honda's midsize pickup will serve the needs of most people shopping in this segment, and probably more than they might imagine.
The 2019 Chevy Silverado is definitely worth a look, but the smallest engine is a no-go.
The 2015 Ford F-150 continues to evolve and refine itself with new aluminum construction, a smart EcoBoost engine and luxurious amenities, but we'd advise waiting until the 2016 model year when the new Sync 3 tech arrives.
A great all-rounder and a blank slate for whatever you want to throw at it.
Though not without a few small compromises, the 2015 GMC Canyon Crew Cab is a do-it-all vehicle for those who need the comfort of a sedan and the flexibility of a truck.
The Chevy Colorado isn't a perfect compromise between big truck usability and car practicality, but it is awfully close.
If you want a solid, no-frills work truck, get a Tundra. If you want a comfortable and capable daily driver, get something else.