Because pickup trucks are frequently used for work and home duties, affordability and minimal maintenance costs are important considerations when purchasing one. In this episode, we continue our objective of providing in-depth lineup reviews of the market’s most affordable options, focusing on American and international pickup models with the lowest pricing.
|Cheapest Pickup Trucks||Price in (USD)|
|1. Ford Maverick||$19,995|
|2. Nissan Frontier||$28,140|
|3. Isuzu D-Max||$31,200|
|4. Hyundai Santa Cruz||$26,885|
|5. Toyota Hilux||$17,000|
|6. Chevrolet Colorado||$27,000|
|7. Fiat Toro||$34,400|
|8. Mitsubishi L200 Triton and Triton Sport||$33,330|
|9. Ford Ranger||$24,300|
|10. Ssang Yong Musso||$34,990|
1. Ford Maverick
The 2022 Ford Maverick, which is based on the Bronco Sport monocoque, weighs 3,500 pounds and is just over 200 inches in length. The truck comes in three trim levels and two engine options: a 191-horsepower 2.5L full hybrid with CVT and FWD, or a 250-horsepower 2L Ecoboost with an 8-speed automatic and optional AWD.
2. Nissan Frontier
The previous version Frontier, also known as the Navara, was regarded obsolete ten years ago, but the new, third generation was designed with the North American buyer in mind and is anticipated to restore the model’s reputation.
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3. Isuzu D-Max
The latest generation Isuzu D-Max debuted in 2019 and has already found its way to a number of international countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia. The type is closely similar to the MU-X SUV, and it will be used to underpin the Mazda BT-50 truck starting in 2020.
4. Hyundai Santa Cruz
Hyundai’s first pickup truck, the 2021 Hyundai Santa Cruz, is unibody-built and shares underpinnings with the new Tucson. It comes in four model levels, the most basic of which is powered by a 2.5-liter direct-injected 4-cylinder engine with 190 horsepower, 180 pound-feet of torque, an 8-speed automatic transmission, and optional AWD.
5. Toyota Hilux
The Toyota Hilux has earned a reputation for invincibility over the years, but with the most recent makeover, it now has a more modern technological kit as well as a more attractive front end.
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6. Chevrolet Colorado
We choose to highlight the recently redesigned Chevy Colorado for people who are looking for a GM pickup in the inexpensive sector. It comes in three body types and four trim levels, ranging from the entry-level WT to the mid-ground LT and Z71, as well as the off-road capable ZR2.
7. Fiat Toro
Fiat has had a pick-up truck in its lineup since 2016, though you probably haven’t heard of it. The Fiat Toro is getting a complete makeover this year, both under the hood and within the cabin.
8. Mitsubishi L200 Triton and Triton Sport
Despite not being available in the United States, the Mitsubishi L200 is a tempting inexpensive pickup truck for developing countries. It received a facelift in 2020, with a new front fascia and redesigned trimmings.
9. Ford Ranger
While the fully outfitted Ranger approaches the $50,000 mark, most consumers can easily get by with the entry-level model, which costs nearly twice as much. The base Ford Ranger, like the rest of the North American lineup, has 8.4 inches of ground clearance and a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine.
10. Ssang Yong Musso
With a redesigned external appearance, great utility skills, and an unsurpassed 7-year unlimited guarantee, this South Korean pickup strives to put up a solid fight in the sector. The normal SsangYong Musso has a cargo capacity of 1738 pounds, while the Grand has a payload capacity of 2,255 pounds.