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    I'm on my 3rd F-150. I have only one vehicle so I put a lot of miles on a truck. Never had any problems. My 2018 gets about 21 mpg on the highway. When you put that 22 foot bay boat behind it it pulls it good but fuel mileage goes to about 11 or twelve. Everybody has their own taste but I am sold on Ford trucks.
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    Iíve always been a Chevy man but think my next truck will be a Toyota. Iíve been driving Toyota cars to work the last few years which is 150 miles round trip. No problems at all so I think Iíll see if I can have that luck with a Toyota truck.


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    1990 dodge 2500 , cummins , manual......no computer !!!!!!!......no fancy gas !!!!!!!

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    I bought a 2019 chevy about a year ago. I have always been a chevy person. I upgraded to the 6.2 motor and get about 20-21 mpg on the highway and it pulls my boat a lot better than the 5.3 did.
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    Get a Toyota anything ,low mileage 10 years old. Don't make long trips, but my 1999 Tacoma 4 WD with 193000 is all I need. Just real minor stuff for having it almost 20 years.
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    Depends on what you like. I have a 2011 f150 I bought new, it has the turbo 3.5 in it and will out pull my father in law's 2500 Chevrolet. I had to put coils on it a few months ago, first time I've done anything to it. I do know a few people who have the tundra and they are very reliable. I've not had the best of luck with GM truck but some have great luck with them

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    A good used truck is hard to find with a reasonable price tag. Today- if I was going to buy, it would be a Chevy.

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    This 2013 F-150 gets the job done and I love it. This is my fourth Ford Truck.

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    I like my 2001 Chevy Silverado Z71 4x4..... never would trade it for a new one to make payments on.

    My free advice..... buy what you can pay for, and stay out of debt.
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    My feeling is that they are all good these days (nothing like the old days as far as quality). IMHO look for the best deal. I just got into trucks and love it (upright seating position is great for my back). We have two. I even got wifey into one. After I got the f250, she got an f150 and we are very happy with both. Fords are plentiful, tons of them on the lots, and you can work up some really, really great deals on them. Additionally our f150 consistently gets 24 mpg on the highway, wow. And it's aluminum, won't rust, ever! Having come from the snow/salt/rust belt I can appreciate this!
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