In box we haven’t noticed, three-quarter-ton pickup trucks are flourishing some-more popular. No longer are they only a stripped, workhorse vehicles of a construction crew. Nowadays, some-more than half of these pickups come entirely installed as top-of-the-line trim levels, emptying wallets of some-more than $60,000 to $70,000. You can gamble truckmakers are saying large increase from any one they produce.
Earlier this open we finished a 2017 3/4-Ton Work Truck Challenge during that we schooled several engaging sum and gifted a few surprises. That Challenge tested base-model, regular-cab, long-bed, two-wheel-drive pickups powered by V-8 gas engines.
Now we’re branch a courtesy to a heart of a heavy-duty oppulance pickup category and contrast all a crew-cab, turbo-diesel, 4×4, top-of-the-line players we could find to see how they compare. We even enclosed a segment-busting Nissan Titan XD so we can see how it compares with a some-more normal HD players. Without giving too most away, we once again detected utterly a few engaging tidbits about any of these heavy-hitters as we lane tested, towed and hauled their butts off.
We’ll have a full package of stories May 1, though for now we wanted to give we a close-up demeanour during any of competitors in a 2017 3/4-Ton Premium Truck Challenge with a array of print galleries. First up: a 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 LTZ Midnight Edition with a all-new Duramax engine. Look for a 2017 Ford F-250 King Ranch tomorrow.
Cars.com photos by Angela Conners