Best Used Diesel Trucks

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Expect Strong Towing and Solid Fuel Economy From These Diesels

If what you’re looking for in a pickup is brute strength and longevity, then diesel is probably for you. Diesels are all about torque, that twisting motion that helps spin tires and pull bass boats. And as a bonus, diesel engines tend to use less fuel and outlast their gasoline-burning counterparts.

If you don’t mind the fumier, rumbly exhaust, a diesel engine is an attractive option wherever it’s offered. Right now in the United States, most of the diesel pickups you see on the road are heavy duty pickups like the Ford F-250 or the Chevy Silverado 2500HD. These vehicles win over customers with their massive towing capacities, spacious interiors, and bold styling.

Diesels can be a great buy on the used market. Because diesel engines tend to last so long, mileage isn’t as much of a concern. On the flip side, this makes diesel pickups highly popular on the used market, which can make them pricier than gas pickups.

So which ones should you keep an eye out for? Click through to see the best used diesel pickups out there today. 

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