Top Used Truck Brands in South Carolina – The Names You Can Trust
We are serious about our trucks. And we are serious about the brands who make them. No American just goes to a dealership and buys a truck solely based on drive-feel. We check its specs, we inquire about its engine power and we want to know its reliability rating. Fortunately, the truck manufacturers know about the country’s truck-craze and they have only made their vehicles better. However, a few did almost everything right while others really suffered in this segment. We have listed the top used car brands in South Carolina, as per the demand numbers in Uncle Joe’s functioning under the umbrella of Family Auto. Find out which brands Spartanburg residents trust the most and you can as well.
Yes! Although the best-seller tag often gets associated with Ford when it comes to used pickup trucks, RAM has overtaken the automaker on grounds of performance and specs. The RAM 1500 comes with four engine options and you can drive home either a V6 or a V8 with massive power and towing ratings. The interiors are luxurious and the model is reliable. Right now, a used 1500 sees more demand and greater resale value among all Family Auto cars and trucks.
Next in line is Ford. The brand has not taken a wrong step in the truck segment since its very inception and this is why you can see more Ford pickups on the road than its competitors. Ford has gone all out in the truck category. Visit any Family Auto buy here pay here dealership and you will notice the F-150s, Ranger, and Raptor – all best-sellers. This gives you options just with Ford. And both engine and towing capacity are best in their classes. Reliability-wise, Ford impresses. Even fuel-efficiency is right at the top.
Between GMC and Chevrolet, the latter wins the prize.General Motors has tried hard to stay competitive in all the pickup markets but somehow, their luxury wing GMC did not take off. But used pickup buyers who do not need the added bulk and are looking for cheaper alternatives, love the Silverado and Colorado in Uncle Joe’s, a dealership under Family Auto’s umbrella in Spartanburg. Silverado’s EPA goes up to 33 mpg. Colorado’s towing is rated at 7,700 pounds. Plus, you get classy infotainment combined with modest cabin luxury.
If not for the limited options, Honda should have featured over Chevrolet in South Carolinabut the automaker only has the Ridgeline in this segment and it impresses, without a doubt. Buy a Honda Ridgeline and you immediately get Honda’s best-in-the-market reliability. Plus, the interiors are spacious and safety scores are the best of the lot. The only clog in its way to the top is the Ridgeline’s mediocre power specifications but you will not complain if you do not have a trailer to tow.
If you are on a budget and cannot afford a top-seller, go for a used Nissan pickup truck. Its Frontier scores well in the reliability domain and is currently one of the most reliable trucks in Family Auto car dealerships. Go for the Titan if you need more engine power, towing capacity, bed size, and cabin space. Where Nissan wins the hearts of pickup buyers is technology. Both safety and infotainment are impressive and the interiors are more upscale than any of its competitors in the market.
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