Which Trucks are best for driving on the back roads?

Top three trucks to take off road for your next adventure 

Trucks were made to take on the back roads for an adventure through all different terrains, but which ones were optimized for straight back roading? Today we will talk about fuel economies, towing capacity and more. Keep reading to find out which truck may be for you and your next journey into the wilderness.  

Toyota Tacoma 

The Toyota Tacoma was made to drive on tough roads and go far. You can get up to 24 highway miles to the gallon. This truck has the ability to tow up to 6,500 pounds on select vehicles, giving you the opportunity to bring power to your weekend. With the standard Off-Road Crawl Control paired with the Multi-terrain Select, nothing will stop you. You can take up to five people on your journey. 

Ram 1500 

Built to last, the Ram 1500 makes an impression. It has up to 29 highway miles to the gallon and towing capacity up to 8,640 pounds. Take your weekend or work adventure to the next level with this macho design. This truck can sit up to three people. 

Chevrolet Silverado 

Best in class, the Chevrolet Silverado does not joke around.  With up to 9,400-pound towing capacity and up to 24 highway miles to the gallon, the Chevrolet Silverado was made for work and play. The quiet cabin offers the perfect blend of space, comfort and convenience. In some models, there is the ability to sit up to six individuals. 

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Test drive any of these trucks to see which one is the best for youContact our knowledgeable team if you have any questions and we’d be happy to help. 

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