Used Trucks In Eastern Canada
Shopping for a used pickup truck may seem simple, but once you consider all the uses for a pickup truck and the growing number of styles and options you will soon realize the complexity of making the right selections. Picking a colour, engine, and trim are not the only choices you must make when buying a used truck.
Properly sizing the truck to match your needs is very important. You want to make sure the engine is powerful enough to haul what you need. Once you know what you'll tow, you can decide if you require a light-duty, medium-duty, or heavy-duty truck which are identified by numbers such as 1500, 2500, and 3500. For example, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the Ford F-150 both have remarkable towing capabilities, but they are light-duty trucks.
Most manufacturers offer 3 to 4 cab size. Crew-cab trucks have 4 full-size doors and rear seating. Double-cab trucks have 4 doors with the rear doors being slightly smaller and rear seating with less legroom when compared to the crew-cab. Extended cabs are smaller and have rear doors that hinge outward that cannot open unless the front door is opened. The smallest pickup truck is the regular cab. Keep in mind that the cab size may affect the bed length. When you choose to buy from us, we will be with you every step of the way.