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The Top 10 Most Expensive Pickup Trucks in the World

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The Top 10 Most Expensive Pickup Trucks in the World

If you thought pickup trucks were for poor people, you'd be wrong. Today, the full-size pickup truck—that timeless totem of the dusty-booted, jeans-wearing, drinking-beer-by-the-river dude who's always wooing that pretty girl in ripped jeans—is as much a toy for the upper classes as Mercedes or Audi. According to, the average price of a full-size pickup truck exceeded $46,000 in 2016. That's compared to the average price of a passenger car, which is just over $34,000 (and rising). Poor people drive Sentras.

The pickup truck also comprises the top-selling three vehicles in the United States (that's the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, and the Ram truck—in descending order). That Ford also manufactures the three most expensive full-size pickup trucks is no surprise: FoMoCo earns 40 percent of its annual profit through its truck sales. So why not extend those margins?

Recently, Ford introduced the first $100,000 pickup truck, the F-450 Super Duty Limited. On this occasion, we decided to reassess truck prices across the industry. So we used configurators on the manufacturers websites and tested the results in various area codes. We limited the search to full-size pickups that can be purchased from dealers, and that have no aftermarket upgrades (of which there are an infinite variety).

Here is the top ten list of most expensive full-size pickup trucks in the world. Ford owns the podium.

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