10 Best Used Trucks Under $10,000

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10 Best Used Trucks Under $10,000

Trucks are more popular and pricier than ever. If you don’t have the budget for an all-new pickup, here are some solid candidates for your next work vehicle for not a lot of money. Higher quality and durability also mean that the trucks on this list have many years of useful life left.

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If you really need to get down to work and it includes towing a large trailer, then the Super Duty version of the F-Series pickup should be on your shopping list. This XL trim model is equipped with a 5.4-liter V8 and is priced at $9,856. Find a Ford F-250 for sale in your area

GMC buyers are a breed apart from their Chevy mates. So, if you’re looking for a Professional Grade workhorse, the Sierra is your ticket to half-ton pickup bliss. But for this new a truck and priced at $9,967, you’ll find a V6 under the hood. Find a GMC Sierra for sale in your area

For every Ford F-150 buyer there’s a Chevy guy or gal, and they can find a V8-powered version of this legendary pickup priced under $10K. This workhorse has a proven track record while delivering great value. Expect to pay $9,999. Find a Chevrolet Silverado for sale in your area

One of the premiere and best-selling full-size pickups on the market today is the F-150. And as a result there are many to choose from on the used market including the FX4 4-wheel drive variant geared to off-roaders. This version comes in at $9,797. Find a Ford F-150 for sale in your area

Nissan’s analog to the Toyota Tacoma, the Frontier has soldiered on for years with few changes. But that also means they know how to screw them together, so expect solid durability for this midsizer. And it’s one of the more affordable V6 models priced at $9,132. Find a Nissan Frontier for sale in your area

GM’s midsize entry is back after a short hiatus, but earlier versions equipped with a 3.7-liter inline 5-cylinder engine are still on the market and providing good service. A great light-duty pickup, the Canyon has a slightly more upscale aura than its Chevy Colorado sibling. It’s priced at $9,967. Find a GMC Canyon for sale in your area

This unit-body midsize model has the heart of the Pilot crossover SUV with the bonus of a cargo box. There’s a nifty storage bin beneath the bed and a two-way tailgate to go along with Honda dependability. Expect to pay about $9,750. Find a Honda Ridgeline for sale in your area

You won’t have to wait until early next year to jump on the Ranger bandwagon when this midsize Ford returns to the market. Even used, the Ranger remains a popular choice among those who want a handy hauler that delivers good fuel economy. It’s also affordably priced at $8,670. Find a Ford Ranger for sale in your area

This mainstay in the midsize pickup market has evolved some over the years, but the basic rugged body-on-frame construction makes this a perennial favorite. A 2.7-liter 4-cylinder version should cost about $9,600; expect to pay more for a V6. Find a Toyota Tacoma for sale in your area

Even though the Toyota Tundra is not a contender in the annual pickup sales race among Ford, Chevy and Ram, it’s like the proverbial tortoise to the hare over the long haul when it comes to dependability. This V8-powered full-size pickup is valued at $9,950. Find a Toyota Tundra for sale in your area


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