Truck

Truck

A truck is a motor vehicle designed to carry cargo. They vary greatly in power and size, with the smallest being similar to a standard automobile with a cargo bed. Commercial trucks can be very large and may be used to mount specialized equipment. A great example is that of the fire truck. Trucks designed for personal use usually consist of a cab, for passengers, and a bed for hauling various items. Most trucks work well on streets as well as off-road.


2015 Toyota Tundra
MSRP: $28,510 - $47,975
2015 Ford F-150
MSRP: $25,800 - $55,070
2015 RAM 1500
MSRP: $25,660 - $50,990
2015 Toyota Tacoma
MSRP: $20,965 - $36,635
2015 Chevrolet Colorado
MSRP: $20,120 - $34,415
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