Buy / Drive / Burn: The Cheapest Trucks in America 2021

We ended last week with a buy / run / burn post that covered the three cheapest sedans available in America this year. Almost everyone decided that you should buy the most expensive of the three, the Hyundai Accent.

Today’s trio are the cheapest trucks sold today with regular paint, two driven wheels and steel. Do you think that you will choose the most expensive truck in today’s trio for Buy? Let’s find out.

Toyota Tacoma

It may surprise you, but the Tacoma is the cheapest new truck you can buy in America. Its six trim starts at SR and ends at TRD Pro, with prices starting at $ 26,250 and extending to over $ 44,000. In concise Access Cab format, it comes with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder good for 159 horsepower, with a six-speed automatic. Five different colors are available free of charge, and all are metallic except the white one. All interiors are cement gray fabric whether you like it or not. Toyota lets you choose an option that notch Tacoma’s price. Utility Package – available only with four-cylinder Access Cab configuration – removes rear seats, seat belts, speakers and intermittent drying functions. It adds black door handles, mirror lids and bumpers, and means you can not open the rear window. After the $ 1,095 delivery fee, the super-stripped-down Tacoma is asking $ 25,630.

Chevrolet Colorado

Colorado is the cheapest truck here in its basic format. Colorado has four trims in its extended cab, long box cover, and they range from WT to $ 26,395 to the ZR2 starting at $ 42,795. In WT trim, the base engine is a 2.5-liter inline-four good for 200 horsepower, paired with a six-speed automatic. Only three colors are available at no extra charge, and they are all grayscale. The interior is made of Jet Black fabric or vinyl, the buyer’s choice. Destination fees are $ 1195, and although there are temporary incentives (unspecified) of $ 2,500, we cannot include them today. The last request for Colorado is $ 26,395.

Ford Ranger

The Ford Ranger is the newest model in today’s trio and only outperforms Colorado when it comes to pricing. The Ranger has just three trims: the XL starts at $ 24,820, the XLT at $ 28,870 and the Lariat goes in at $ 32,910. like the rest of the line, as well as the same 10-speed automatic. There are six free color paints available and Ford lets you choose ebony or vinyl at no extra cost. Ford estimates a $ 1,195 destination fee and a $ 645 acquisition (eyeroll) at a final cost of $ 26,660.

This may be the first B / D / B entry where we have such a big difference in power between three vehicles of the same price and class. But is Tacoma and Colorado’s reputation enough to ignore the superior power of the new (ish) Ranger? To you.

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