When drivers are looking for the best selling trucks what matters the most is which one will give them the most comfort, quality, and warranty so that they know they won’t be breaking the bank in the long run with unexpected repairs after your car warranty experiences. All buyers want is to be driving the best cars in the market.
As we enter the second half of 2019, overall truck sales managed to decline by only one per cent compared to 14 per cent in passenger cars. Pickup truck sales were down by approximately 5,000 units in March.
Another trend seen in the first quarter of 2019 is that buyers are leaning more towards the small and midsize pickup truck, which had an increase of 8.33 per cent in sales.
Best Trucks in Canada – 2019
We compiled a list of the best trucks in Canada to help you in your quest to buy a new vehicle.
1 – Ford F Series:
The 2019 production of the Ford F Series include the F-150 pickup, Class 3-5 Super Duty trucks F-250 to F-550, and Class 6-8 Super Duty trucks F-650 and F-750, but you are most likely to see the F-150 XLT on the roads. The four-wheel-drive truck can be equipped with 5.0L 8-cylinder engine. The new model also features a chrome two-bar style grille with two nostrils, FordPass Connect that allows drivers and passengers to access in-vehicle Wi-Fi, and also a 2.3-inch message centre in the instrument cluster. It’s also a very economic truck, making 12.3 liters per 100 kilometres in the city and 9.3 in the highway. The F-150 also comes in other configurations which can be customized to your preferences.
2 – Ford Ranger:
Another economic midsize truck, the Ford Ranger makes 11.8 litres per 100 kilometres in the city and 9.8 in the highway. The four-wheel-drive XLT model is equipped with 2.3L Ti-VCT I-4 engine and is available in both SuperCab and SuperCrew cab types. The Ranger can also come with a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission that optimizes gear progression and delivers a smooth ride when shifting up and down the gearbox. The Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®) improves safety by warning the driver through the mirror when another car is in the blind spot, allowing for a safe change of lanes and turns.
3 – Nissan Titan:
This Japanese brand’s pickup truck comes with a 5.6L 32-valve Endurance V8 gas engine with 7-speed automatic transmission delivering power with better efficiency. The model also features a trailer break control that allows drivers to control directional stability. The 2019 Nissan Titan has more room around the centre console and flexible rear seats, so when you are riding with your crew, no one will be unintentionally kicking the front seats trying to get more comfortable. Its innovative bed makes this truck a great fit for any type of job. The Utili-Track System expands transporting options and includes LED bed lights and a 110-volt power outlet.
4 – Chevrolet Colorado:
The Chevy Colorado comes with three engine options including the GM-exclusive Duramax 2.8L Turbo-Diesel. Chevrolet says it has the best-in-class fuel consumption of 7.9 litres per 100 kilometres on the highway, maximum 308 horsepower with 3.6L V6 engine available, and maximum available towing of 7,700 pounds. This mid-size four-wheel-drive truck can ride in any road condition because it has a wide, stable stance and can be customized with features such as off-road mode and segment-exclusive Multimatic shocks. Chevrolet also seems to have invested in safety features for this model. It can come with a standard rear-view camera when in reverse, forward collision alert that monitors how close cars in front of you are, and lane departure warning to help drivers avoid crashes when their turn signal is not activated.
5 – GMC Canyon:
The GMC Canyon comes with a towing capacity of 1,588 kilograms and cargo volume that ranges from 41.3 to 49.9 cubic-feet. Its standard model is equipped with many tech features that include rear vision camera, four-way driver power seat, electric power steering, and the option to add 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. The Canyon’s mechanical features are pretty standard with a 3.6L V6 engine, 3.42 rear axle ratio, and eight-speed automatic transmission. This two-wheel-drive truck also provides a wide range of safety features, with the standard version including six airbags, daytime running lamps and electronic traction control that will allow you to go places with peace of mind.
As you can see, there are many options in the market that fit your wants and needs. You can check out these and many other trucks in our showroom.