Americans love their pickups. The Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado has been at the top of the sales charts for as long as we can remember.
A truck's open bed design allows its owner to easily load and carry a wide range and various sizes of cargo, it's no wonder the pickup has been the nation's favorite vehicle over the years.
There are many choices when it comes to buying a truck, various price points, equipment options, and a range of sizes. This can make it overwhelming for many shoppers if they haven't done their homework, and considered upfront, exactly what they need to fit their driving needs.
More and more people are wanting a truck to drive for daily activities. They find they need the extra cargo space occasionally and don't want to rely on their family members or friends.
For individuals looking to buy a less expensive pickup, take a look at this list which contains the top ten cheapest new trucks available for you to buy in 2015. It contains the least expensive trucks in all categories including the popular full-size Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado 1500.
If you're in need of some towing and hauling power check out the new heavy-duty Dodge Ram 2500. And for people who just need a little pickup for smaller jobs, check out the compact trucks like the GMC Canyon or Chevrolet Colorado.
This price shown on the list below is each trucks Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). This is base-model pricing, if you're looking for more "bells-and-whistles" on your vehicle, You'll have to add it to the price shown.
As always, I highly recommend you begin your new car or truck shopping experience online. This will better educate you on the car buying process and keep you from becoming the victim of any costly car dealer scams. Read my section on How to Research New Cars Online to learn how to shop, compare, and price new cars from before stepping foot inside a car dealership.
|1||2015 Nissan Frontier||$17,990|
|2||2015 Chevrolet Colorado||$20,120|
|3||2015 Toyota Tacoma||$20,765|
|4||2015 GMC Canyon||$20,995|
|5||2015 Dodge Ram 1500||$25,410|
|6||2015 Ford F-150||$25,420|
|7||2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500||$26,105|
|8||2015 GMC Sierra 1500||$26,605|
|9||2015 Toyota Tundra||$28,410|
|10||2015 Ram 2500||$30,685|
If you're considering the purchase of a new pickup truck for work or play, I recommend using a free online referral service such as CarClearanceDeals and Edmunds to guarantee you pay the lowest price. These services will tell you what others are paying for the vehicle you're considering in your local area and which dealers give the greatest discounts.
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