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Find out what price other people are paying for popular 2013-2014 Pickups. Our independent editorial team has researched invoice, retail and promotional prices for cars to help people get a fair price.

With the addition of larger cabins, pickup trucks can be either work or family vehicles -- or both. Small pickups can be basic transportation with reasonable hauling capability or show-stopping tricked-out vehicles. Mid-sized pickups offer more hauling capacity without entirely giving up on fuel economy. full-size trucks can be less maneuverable and use more fuel, but are more versatile and functional, easily hauling larger loads and more passengers than smaller models.

 
 
2012 Chevrolet Colorado
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $15,800-$16,700
Many reviewers say the Chevrolet Colorado hasn't changed much since its debut nine years ago and its age is starting to show, especially in the interior. Nevertheless, it is still called a capable truck when properly equipped. The Colorado received unimpressive safety scores, earning a rating of poor from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in side-impact testing. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $19,400-$25,000
Reviewers note the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 excels at towing and hauling while still offering a quiet, comfortable ride. It is criticized primarily for its wide turn radius and limited cabin storage space. In general, reviewers give the Silverado 1500 -- both regular gas models and the hybrid edition -- high marks. But, reviewers say, it's hardly perfect. Competitors have been designed more recently and have better interiors. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $28,400-$31,900
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500 is called a strong competitor in the heavy duty pick-up market. Its towing and hauling capacity are up to any task, reviewers said, and it provides a smooth and precise ride to boot. But reviewers repeatedly note, when it comes to buying a heavy duty truck, personal preference and brand loyalty are often bigger factors than the features offered. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $27,800-$31,000
The Chevrolet Silverado 3500 is called a strong competitor in the heavy duty pick-up market. Its towing and hauling capacity are up to any task, reviewers said, and it provides a smooth and precise ride to boot. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2011 Dodge Dakota
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $13,900-$19,900
The 2011 Dodge Dakota is at the head of the class when it comes to towing and hauling capacity, and the optional V8 engine packs a punch. It also has a roomy interior with plenty of storage space. But the Dakota doesn't fair as well when considering lower-priced alternatives. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Dodge Ram 1500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $23,600-$25,700
The 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 is repeatedly referred to as best in class. It's both roomy and powerful, offering the benefits of a luxury ride and the capability of a workhorse. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Dodge Ram 2500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $25,900-$31,300
The 2012 Dodge Ram 2500 is a strong contender in the heavy duty pick-up market and reviewers offer effusive praise. It excels in hauling and towing, while still offering a comfortable ride. The interior is lauded as high-quality, with high-end trims offering plush leather seating. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Dodge Ram 3500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $33,200-$40,000
The Dodge Ram 3500 is considered to be a tough competitor in the heavy duty pick-up market, offering both laudable workhorse capabilities and a comfortable and luxurious interior. The standard 6.7-liter turbo diesel packs a punch and is considered best in class. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Ford F-150
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $16,900-$23,900
The 2013 Ford F-150 is the latest iteration of one of the most popular vehicles in history. It offers more than a dozen trim levels, three cab sizes and dozens of features, some of which can't be found on the competition. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Ford F-250
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $23,100-$24,100
The 2013 Ford F-250 is lauded for the electronics integration with high-tech controls, which reviewers call a major selling point. The F-250 is also praised for its towing and hauling capacity as well as its relative fuel efficiency. Reviewers commended Ford for its overhaul of the Super Duty F-series last year, but note that not enough time and energy was spent on upgrading the interior and exterior, which are becoming dated. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Ford F-350
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $26,600-$32,000
The Ford F-350 is praised for its impressive towing and hauling capacity. With several cab sizes and a variety of trim levels, the F-350 is applauded for its versatility. Reviewers across the spectrum call it a tough truck meant for tough jobs. They do note, however, that it has numb steering and the interior is getting a bit dated. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2011 Ford Ranger
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $12,900-$16,900
The Ford Ranger might be good for business owners who are looking for a low-cost vehicle with decent fuel economy. But in many ways, the Ford Ranger is outdated and outclassed: It has a limited interior, even in the Supercab model, and it doesn't offer many of the features of its competitors. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 GMC Canyon
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $16,000-$17,800
Reviewers express mixed feelings about the GMC Canyon. While it offers practical features and functions as a reliable work trucks, many reviewers felt the truck was lacking in refinement and reliability; few recommended the model. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 GMC Sierra 1500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $13,600-$20,500
The GMC Sierra 1500 is described as a respectable competitor in the full-size truck segment. It is remarkably smooth and quiet for its power. Reviewers noted the GMC Sierra 1500 has a wide selection of trims to choose from and serves a variety of purposes well, from a work truck to a weekend warrior. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 GMC Sierra 2500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $23,600-$26,100
The GMC Sierra 2500 is praised as a strong competitor in the heavy duty pick-up market. Its towing capacity is very competitive, reviewers said, and it provides a smooth and precise driving experience. The Sierra Hybrid is praised for its towing capacity paired with fuel-efficiency. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 GMC Sierra 3500
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $35,800-$30,000
The 2013 GMC Sierra 3500 is praised as a strong competitor in the heavy duty pick-up market. When it comes to selecting the best truck in the segment, most reviewers note it's a matter of brand loyalty and preference. The Sierra 3500 has an impressive towing capacity, reviewers said, and it provides a smooth and precise driving experience. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Nissan Frontier
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $16,100-$17,200
Reviewers call the 2013 Nissan Frontier versatile and comfortable for a compact pick-up. The 2013 Nissan Frontier is praised as a well-rounded vehicle that can handle everything from work needs to off-road driving. It's called a sturdy yet nimble truck by reviewers. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Nissan Titan
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $23,800-$25,200
The 2013 Nissan Titan is both powerful and capable, but it doesn't stand up to the competition from Detroit, reviewers say. It has significant towing capacity and a spacious interior, but other models provide greater options and more features. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Suzuki Equator
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $16,800-$18,500
While full-size trucks are generally more popular than the midsize variety, reviewers say that consumers looking for a more compact truck should give the Equator a look. It has a longer warranty than its twin, the Nissan Frontier, but the warranty requires work be done only at Suzuki dealerships, which number quite a bit less than Nissan dealerships. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave high scores to the Equator in safety tests. The Equator is called capable and versatile by reviewers, especially when equipped with the V6 engine. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Toyota Tacoma
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $16,000-$21,790
The Toyota Tacoma is considered the best in its class, offering consumers the opportunity to customize the truck to fit their needs. It also receives high scores in safety testing. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Toyota Tundra
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $23,900-$28,400
The Toyota Tundra is considered a best-in-class choice when it comes to full-size pickup value, most reviewers agree. [See Trims and Prices]