According to KBB, the average price for a 2019 midsize pickup is $35,000, with a full-size being $50,000. However, there are still some bargain shoppers looking for the best deal. Here are some of the cheapest trucks for 2020.
Nissan Frontier (Midsize)
The midsize Frontier starts at $20,385 if you go with the lowest trim and no extras. This vehicle hasn’t changed much since 2004. A King Cab with two-wheel-drive is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission, this produces 152 horsepower with the 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine. Plus, it comes standard with Bluetooth and an AM/FM stereo along with 4 speakers.
If you’re planning to purchase this truck, you need to get it now. The manufacturer is replacing the 4-cylinder with a V6. Furthermore, they are redesigning the vehicle for the 2021 model year, which will increase the price.
Ram 1500 Classic (Full-size)
This is one of the cheapest V8 trucks available today. However, it comes standard with a V6 for $29,340; to add on the V8, you only pay $1,495 more. The least expensive trim is called Classic, which is the older version of the truck. Base configurations with this trim are a two-door work truck with a V6 engine.
Ford F-Series Super Duty (Heavy Duty)
The standard F-250 includes a 6.2 liter V8 that produces 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. You can purchase this truck for $35,300. This is a big difference from the top-of-the-line F-450 Limited. To own one of these models, you could easily spend $100,000 instead.
Will You Save With the Cheapest Trucks for 2020?
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Maybe you would prefer a car instead. If so, we’ve got you covered. Make sure you read about the 10 Cheapest 2019 Cars.