Looking for some reliable used pickup trucks under $25,000 that will provide a stress-free ownership experience? These trucks can tow enough for most situations and are reliable enough for the average daily driver. The best used pickup trucks in this price range come from Chevrolet, Toyota, and Ford.

Reliable used pickup trucks under $25,000, starting with the Chevrolet Colorado

3 reliable used pickup trucks under $25,000

The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck | Chevrolet

When it comes to the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, Consumer Reports gave it higher marks than usual. This year’s reliability score was high, and owner satisfaction was on a positive trend. It also managed to get 18 mpg overall, which was suitable for this time. That works out to about $2,605 in gas annually.

The reliability trouble spots for this year, like the engine major, minor, and cooling, were not an issue. Chevy’s 2015 Colorado can tow 7,000 pounds and has a 1,555-pound payload. The size of the Colorado makes it easier to drive but still has the towing capacity buyers want. If you are interested in more of the best used Chevy Colorado years, there are plenty to choose from.

Average retail price: $15,650 – $25,175

Toyota’s Tacoma is a reliable used pickup truck owners love

Consumer Reports also gave the 2013 Toyota Tacoma high marks for reliability and owner satisfaction. People still talk about this Toyota truck as one of the quintessential reliable used pickup trucks. The 2013 Tacoma gets 17 mpg overall, which works out to be about $2,805 annually for the cost of gas. Some reliability trouble spots, like the engine, transmission, and drive system, were not a problem for owners.

Toyota’s Tacoma has a 6,400-pound towing capacity and a maximum payload of 1,050 pounds. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave the 2013 Tacoma a four-star overall crash test rating. Here are some more of the best used Toyota Tacoma years to look for.

Average retail price: $13,425 – $22,250

Don’t overlook the Ford F-150 if you are on a budget

People know the 2014 Ford F-150 pickup trucks for reliability and durability. Consumer Reports says the Ford truck isn’t full of bells and whistles but has all the essential things a truck might need. Buyers could opt for the 5.0-liter V8 or the EcoBoost turbocharged V6, but both managed to get 15 mpg overall. This truck can tow 11,200 pounds and has a max payload of 1,435.

The 2014 F-150 has room for six passengers thanks to its bench seating. It comes in extended cab, regular cab, and crew cab options. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) didn’t give this pickup any awards, but it got “good” test scores. Plus, here are some more of the best used Ford F-150 pickup truck years.

Average retail price: $12,225 – $31,825

Modern trucks have lots of convenience features, but not everyone needs those. These reliable used pickup trucks under $25,000 get the job done without the hefty price tag. In 2017, automakers started including these features as standard fare. Depending on your budget, there are still plenty of good trucks to choose from.

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