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Full-Size Pickup Trucks Ranked from Worst to Best

Car and Driver Logo By Alexander Stoklosa of Car and Driver | Slide 1 of 9: Pickup trucks are routinely the top-selling vehicles in the U.S., and manufacturers have engaged in a nonstop trend of adding features, capability, and technology to these workhorses. Throughout most of their history, trucks were the sole province of tradesmen, farmers, and commercially minded operators, and stuff like ventilated seats, leather upholstery, and turbocharged engines would have been beyond imagination. Today, as more folks adopt trucks as their daily vehicles, such features are expected. We look deeper, however, grabbing seat time in every new truck (and strapping our test gear to each one) at every available opportunity to keep abreast of the segment's winners and losers. The competition has never been fiercer, so buckle up and see which pickup reigns supreme.

Pickup trucks are routinely the top-selling vehicles in the U.S., and manufacturers have engaged in a nonstop trend of adding features, capability, and technology to these workhorses. Throughout most of their history, trucks were the sole province of tradesmen, farmers, and commercially minded operators, and stuff like ventilated seats, leather upholstery, and turbocharged engines would have been beyond imagination. Today, as more folks adopt trucks as their daily vehicles, such features are expected. We look deeper, however, grabbing seat time in every new truck (and strapping our test gear to each one) at every available opportunity to keep abreast of the segment's winners and losers. The competition has never been fiercer, so buckle up and see which pickup reigns supreme.

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