Ranking the 7 Best Used Trucks Models Since 2010


Oklahoma drivers need their trucks, but buying a brand new truck can cost a fortune. Luckily, Victory Used Cars makes it possible for drivers to get behind the wheel of a premium pre-owned truck with no credit check and low monthly payments. Used trucks offer more reliability, performance, and value than ever in 2020 and we’ve created this list of some of the best trucks on the market today to highlight just how great they can be.

7. 2017 Chevy Silverado 1500

The 2017 Chevy Silverado, ranked #1 for US News’ 2017 Best Full-Size Pickup Truck back in 2017, still holds its own 3 years later. It offers conservative looks with a trailer rating higher than a Tundra, as well as safety features that hold their own against the F150. This Silverado ranges between 285-420 horsepower and 18 mpg fuel economy, making it a competitive workhorse for trucks in its class. As a finalist for US News’ 2017 Best Full-Size Truck for the Money award, the Silverado continues to be a great choice. While the KBB value is lowest on our list at 4.2, consumer reviews tout reliability, proven ease-of-maintenance, and strong overall comfort.

6. 2016 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab

The 2016 Toyota Tacoma has long stood as a reliable truck for daily driving. With over 30 configurations available, there’s a new Tacoma to fit any style. If you’re looking for a reliable work truck, a capable off-roader, or a comfortable daily driver without the frills of a higher-end vehicle, this is the truck for you. The midsize Access Cab is affordable and offers a competitive fuel economy of 20 mpg combined and 159 horsepower, as well as a KBB rating of 4.5. Overall this great choice for basic efficiency across multiple arenas without specialization in one particular area.

5. 2012 Toyota Tundra

The 2012 Toyota Tundra might have the lowest combined fuel economy at 14 mpg, but high KBB Consumer rating of 4.6. The Toyota Tundra is perfect for those who love the larger-than-life image of a powerful truck but need bold looks to match internal capability. The 2012 Toyota Tundra is a highly efficient workhorse with 270 horsepower and a towing capacity that can reach 10,400 lbs., and for the largest full-size on this list, it features excellent handling and easy steering that make towing a dream. On top of reliable performance, the Tundra is also the first full-size pickup to have received a Top Safety Pick award from the IIHS. The 2012 model debuted just before exterior redesigns, so it can be found at a lower price point..

4. 2015 Ford F150 Regular Cab

Ranked #1 in US News for 2015 Full-Size Trucks, and a finalist for the 2015 Best Full-Size Truck for the Money award, this slightly older model of the F-150 features best in class towing, 282 horsepower, and impressive handling. The 2015 redesign updated interior and exterior styling, while weight reduction in the frame improved fuel economy to 17 mpg combined. With an ample offering of cabs, engines, trim levels, and interiors, this full-size is a great choice in the used-vehicle market for its variability. On top of a host of standard driver assistance features, the F150 holds a KBB rating of 4.6 and a 5-star crash-test rating. 

3. 2010 Dodge Ram 1500

The 2010 Dodge Ram balances a bold, familiar exterior with a soft, quiet cabin and overall smooth ride even a decade later. Consumer reports the 2010 Dodge Ram as reliable and easy to maintain, with few repairs and boastful longevity, making it a trustworthy choice in the used market. While this full-size model falls with a lower fuel economy at 15 mpg combined, it is best suited as a hauling and working vehicle than for a daily cruise. The Dodge Ram 1500 offers a towing capacity of up to 10,000 lbs, 215 horsepower, and matches its competitors in general durability at a much lower price point. KBB consumer reviews rate this model as a 4.7, with the highest scores in performance and reliability at 4.8 stars.

2. 2010 Toyota Tacoma

The 2010 Toyota Tacoma stands out in the used market for its powerful V6 engine in a small pickup. Its 10-year history demonstrates consistency in towing, off-roading, and city driving. Combined with high overall safety ratings, a KBB score of 4.7, and a competitive fuel economy of 20 mpg it’s no wonder the 2010 Tacoma was named the winner of US News’ 2010 Best Compact Truck for the Money award.

1. 2017 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab Pickup

The 2017 Ford F150 tops our list of used trucks with excellent performance in towing, payload, fuel economy, drivability, and longevity, and tops it all off with a 5-star crash test rating. This lightweight full-size pickup offers a towing capacity of 5,000-8,000 lbs, 282 horsepower, a spacious cabin, and a combined 22 mpg. It also features Pro Trailer Backup Assist, making narrow driving and tight turns a breeze. And while the resale value remains on the high end, customer satisfaction, easy maintenance, and reliable brand history make this a vehicle in its own class. With a KBB  Expert rating of 4.5 and a consumer rating of 4.7, the Ford F150 is an all-around reliable choice.

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