Pick-up Trucks that Impacted the United States Throughout 2000

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The crew cabs were first released in early 2000 and hit the ground with all four wheels running. Crew cabs were a new craze in the United States everywhere you went they were used for work and pleasure. Crew cabs were first popular abroad before advancing in popularity in the United States.

The 2009 Ford F-150 the most noteworthy pickup truck of the decade for the reason that it is still top of the line against the competition. In 2009, Ford modernized the dependable and greatly respected 2004 F-150 and offered buyers 7 different models to choose from. With a 6-speed transmission and pioneering features that other manufacturers try to duplicate, the Ford F-150 is the bestselling truck because it is appropriate to everyone for work or pleasure. The Ford Company has built more than 33 million F-Series pickups since 1948. F-150 series was not a favorite for its fuel performance 17 to 18 mpg on the highway and only 10.5 to 13 in the city, even though the fuel mileage is typical for a full size truck. With country music star spoke person Toby Keith backing the F-150 in videos and commercials even added more popularity to the Ford line. San Fernando to Subic

The 2000 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab was the first compact pickup with four full-size doors sold in the US marketplace. Standard features and max horsepower of 4800 rpm with a maximum towing capacity of 3500 lbs and averaging fuel performance 17-18 mpg on the highway.

Still today there are faithful Titan fans that consider the Nissan Titan is one of the best pickups on the market. The 2004 Nissan Titan was the first competitor of a Japanese auto manufacturer to equal the full-size half-ton pickup trucks. The 300-horsepower 5.6-liter V8 with an 5-speed automatic transmission with the options of extended or crew cab made an impression on the pick-up world.

The 2006 Honda Ridgeline was introduced for being the first pickup truck to have an in-bed lockable trunk, as well as a dual-action tailgate for effortless and convenient access to the bed.

Other trucks who made the Top 10 List for 2000 was the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, the 2001 Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra with 6.6 liter Duramax Diesel engine, the 2007 Toyota Tundra, the 2005 Toyota Tacoma, 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche, the 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 and the 2010 Ford F-150 Raptor. All averaging the 17 to 18 mph on the highway.

Sources: Site Title: Ford F-150.net, The Torque Reporter, Pickup-Trucks.com.

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