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Old 07-18-2013, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Most Reliable 2013 Pickup Trucks



Shopping for a pickup truck and want to know what will last you over the years? Here’s a list of the top-rated 2013 pickup truck models based on how reliable they are expected to be in the future, based on data compiled by J.D. Power from thousands of vehicle owners.

The list of trucks might be a surprise to some, especially considering Ford and Ram doesn’t make an appearance at all. But for those hard-working truck owners shopping for a new pickup, here are the most reliable 2013 trucks in alphabetical order.

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I wouldn't define the Escalade EXT and the Chevy Avalanche as trucks, and since the GMC Sierra and Chevy Silverado are the exact same truck, it seems odd to include both of them separately. :-/
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Old 07-18-2013, 07:48 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You know an article on trucks is crap if the Honda Ridgeline is listed. Crumple this one up and toss it in the dumpster. Crap.
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I am not knowledgeable on trucks too much. But I even know this article is a bit ridiculous. If this was your top ten list it should be the top 10 trucks for "family cruiser trucks." I'd be hard pressed to see a cadillac truck hauling trailers or construction materials. The honda truck would crumple if it had to tow a car uphill let alone in extreme conditions.

These trucks may be reliable if they weren't used as trucks and more family cruisers. Otherwise you would have a completely different list of trucks. If you want a truck that lasts longer than most of the competition dodge is where it is at and more so the cummins. Unless you are adding trucks like the internationals and such. But cummins just keeps impressing me the longer I own one and I am not impressed often.
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Ok that list has

Caddy EXT and Chevy Avalanche...(Same)
GMC 1500 and Chevy 1500... (Same)
GMC 2500HD and Chevy 2500HD ...(Same)

But isn't the Honda Ridgeline considered a Crossover?

And why the hell is autoguide posting this on the Cummins forum?
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Articles like this make me laugh.
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honda ridgeline is just a honda pilot with the back cut off, i'm not sure how that qualifies as a truck
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