It’s tempting to go full size but I don’t like the bulk they have gained.Limited to a 4 cylinder gas (even if it is an EcoBoost), no regular cab 4wd option. Price way higher than I'm willing to pay.
No thanks, I'd rather drop the money on a used good shape F-150 or F-250.
TRD Pro's and ZX2's are not cheap either.I was able to run through it briefly earlier. It looked like the top of the line Lariat with all the bells and whistles came out to around 43K. Seems a bit expensive considering other similar midsize trucks on the market, but I'll have to do a little research.
For a few years now I have been perfectly comfortable pulling 250 and up trucks in and out of tight spots, but have felt the F-150s to be too large.Also, I drove a 15 f150 this weekend. Huge. I don't think I need that much real estate in my truck. Good thing it had a backup camera.
The interest mid size trucks appears to be growing at a pretty good rate.The trucks that have made the greatest year-over-year improvement in 2018 are GMC Canyon, Chevrolet Colorado, and Toyota Tacoma. In fact, Chevrolet Colorado's year-over-year sales have risen a whopping 38.9% compared to this time in 2017.