Pickup trucks remain hot sellers, as continued low gas prices make them cheaper to own and new features make them more comfortable and carlike than ever. Manufacturers of full size trucks are trying to keep that momentum going with generous cash back offers this June.
Ram is offering up to $6,000 cash back on the Ram 1500, and others aren’t far behind. There are some low and no-interest finance deals on the big trucks, including generous terms from Ford for the F-150, but many are dependent on where you live.
If you’re looking for a compact truck, there are lease deals available on many models, but you’ll need to have a good estimate of how much you drive to figure out the total cost of ownership with some of the low-mileage leases.
Be sure to keep up with the available offers by using our often updated finance and lease deals pages, and find out where your dream hauler is ranked among its peers. You can save even more when you visit our Best Price Program, where you can receive offers from dealers that save you thousands, on average, compared to the sticker price.
2016 Toyota Tacoma
Deal: Four-year lease at $287 per month with $287 due at signing
New car deals available to you on a 2016 Toyota Tacoma truck are based on where you live, but if you’re in the Southeast, Toyota’s offering a great lease deal this June. You’ll pay $287 per month for four years with just $287 due at signing.
The 2016 Tacoma is part of a renaissance in the compact truck segment, joining the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, and the redesigned Honda Ridgeline, which will be arriving in dealerships soon. The Tacoma is ranked No. 3 of four pickups in our listing of compact trucks.
2016 Chevrolet Colorado
Deal: 2.9 percent financing for up to five years
You can finance U.S. News & World Report’s top-ranked compact pickup for five years at 2.9 percent interest this June. The 2016 Chevrolet Colorado is also available with a lease deal with a payment of $269 per month for 39 months and $1,819 due at signing.
Carefully compare your lease offers, however, as Chevy’s lease has a cap of 32,500 miles over the three-year contract, and it’s also only available on a specific model (2WD Crew Cab LT). Many other carmakers cap the mileage at 36,000 miles. The Colorado is available with a diesel engine option, making it one of the most fuel-efficient pickups on the road.
2016 GMC Canyon
Deal: 2.9 percent financing for four years
June brings 2.9 percent financing to the 2016 GMC Canyon pickup, though it’s only for four years. Ultra-low-mileage lease deals this June on the Canyon include a $249 per month offer for three years with $2,949 due at signing for a rear-wheel drive SLE Crew Cab.
The mileage cap on that lease offer is 30,000 miles, and then you’ll pay an excess-mileage charge of 25 cents per mile.
GMC is also offering an ultra-low-mileage lease deal on the four-wheel drive Crew Cab with the SLE Preferred Equipment Group. You’ll pay $299 per month for 39 months with $1,889 due at signing and a cap of 32,500 miles driven during the lease term.
2016 Nissan Frontier
Deal: Zero percent financing for three years, 0.9 percent for up to five years
The Nissan Frontier is the model that has gone the longest without an update in the compact pickup segment. Faced with newer competition, Nissan has attractive lease and finance deals to keep it moving off the lots. This June, you can get a 2016 Frontier with zero percent financing for three years and 0.9 percent for up to five years.
If you bring your own financing you’ll get $750 cash back. Nissan’s also offering a lease deal with payments of $239 per month for three years with $2,999 due at signing for a Frontier SV 4x4. The Frontier is ranked No. 4 of four compact pickups in our rankings, but reviewers applaud it for a strong V6 engine option and an easy-to-operate infotainment system.
2016 Ford F-150
Deal: 0.9 percent interest for up to three years, plus $2,500 cash back
Ford is offering a number of finance deals this June on the most popular truck in America, the Ford F-150. Buyers can get zero percent financing for five years. The F-150 is one of Ford’s technology showcases with a frame made out of high-strength steel and a body constructed largely of aluminum.
It holds the No. 1 slot in our rankings of full size pickups.
June financing deals on the F-150 also include an up to $2,500 cash back offer with an interest rate of 0.9 percent financing for three years (or up to 5.9 percent for as long as seven years). Finance at market rates through Ford, and you can get as much as $3,500 cash back.
If you’re in the Southeast, you can lease an F-150 XLT SuperCrew (4WD V6 EcoBoost) this June for three years at $319 per month with $4,509 due at signing. Customers in the West can get into a two-year lease for $259 per month with $4,809 due at signing.
2016 Chevrolet Silverado
Deal: Zero percent financing for up to five years plus $3,000 cash back on Crew Cabs
Need a towing rig for summer adventures? Buy a Chevrolet Silverado with zero percent financing for up to five years this June, or get $3,000 cash back on a Silverado Crew Cab ($2,000 on other cab styles.) Chevy’s Silverado holds the No. 3 spot in our full size pickup rankings.
If you prefer to lease, Chevrolet is offering a $319 per month, 39-month lease deal on the Silverado (4WD Double Cab LT) this June with $3,629 due at signing.
The Silverado features a choice of three high-tech engines that include continuously variable valve timing, direct injection, and variable cylinder management to provide an optimal balance of power and efficiency. Interior features include 4G LTE wireless connectivity plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
2016 Ram 1500
Deal: $4,000 to $6,000 cash back depending on where you live
Ram is also offering a lease deal in June with a payment of about $400 per month, but the amount due at signing varies greatly by region. In the Midwest, lease deals provide $1,500 bonus cash.
The 2016 Ram currently holds the No. 2 slot in our rankings of full size pickups and is the 2016 winner of our Best Full Size Truck for the Money award. The Ram 1500 is praised for its upscale interior and excellent efficiency from its available diesel engine.
2016 GMC Sierra
Deal: 2.9 percent financing for four year plus $2,500 in bonus cash
If you’re in the market for a Sierra this June, GMC is offering generous finance and cash back offers. You can finance a Sierra for four years at 2.9 percent plus get $2,500 in bonus cash. Bring your own financing, and you receive up to a $3,500 total cash allowance.
In some parts of the country, GMC is offering a 39-month lease for $299 per month with $4,569 due at signing on a Sierra 1500 Double Cab (2WD, SLE Preferred Equipment Group). You’ll want to read the fine print, as many of GMC’s lease deals have low-mileage allowances.
The GMC Sierra holds the fourth slot in our rankings of full size pickups, just behind the Chevrolet Silverado that it shares a platform with. The Sierra is available with an array of connectivity features including 4G LTE connectivity plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
2015 Nissan Titan
Deal: $1,500 cash back
There’s a new Titan on the way, so not only are dealers likely to bargain on the outgoing model, but there are also lease and finance deals available. You can get $1,500 cash back in many parts of the country on cash purchases or financed Titans.
Nissan is also offering $1,350 bonus cash on Titans that are purchased with cash, financed, or leased.
The aging Nissan Titan holds the No. 6 position in our ranking of full size pickups. Though it provides plenty of power, its interior comfort and efficiency have not kept up with the rest of the full size pickup class.
2016 Nissan Titan XD
Deal: Zero percent financing for up to three years, 0.9 for up to five years, and 1.9 for six years
The Titan XD is designed to fit in the space between light-duty pickups and bigger, less comfortable, and more expensive heavy duty models. Its towing capability is impressive, as is its off-road capability and cabin comfort. June marks the first time we’ve seen a finance deal on the new truck.
Nissan’s offering zero percent financing for up to three years, 0.9 percent for up to five years, and 1.9 percent for up to six years for well-qualified buyers in some parts of the country. The first Titan XDs to come to the market were equipped with high torque Cummins diesel engines, but recently a gasoline V8 has become available on the trucks.
2016 Toyota Tundra
Deal: $2,500 cash back in many parts of the country
The full size Toyota Tundra pickup is available with up to $2,500 cash back in many parts of the country this June. Low or no-interest financing is also available, depending on where you live. Toyota’s Tundra holds the No. 5 spot in our full size pickup rankings.
The Tundra is hampered by lower than average fuel economy for the class and a ride that is not up to par with those of its competitors. An available Tundra TRD Pro model has excellent off-road prowess.
You can get into a Tundra on a lease deal for between $309 and $389 per month for three years with between about $2,000 and $3,400 due at signing.
Be sure to visit our best finance and lease deals pages, which are updated regularly with the best offers available. Before you buy, use our Best Price Program, where shoppers see average savings of $3,279 off sticker prices.