Types of Truck BedsLast Updated February 5, 2020 | Sam Padgett
Purchasing a truck should be simpler than it is. Unfortunately, each manufacturer has their own set of terms that they use, muddying the waters for potential customers. In order to bring clarify the differences between Flareside, Stepside, Fleetside, and Styleside truck beds, check out our guide above.
A Jeep Wrangler Pickup has been the talk of the town amongst many Jeep and off-road enthusiasts for a while now. Finally the Jeep JT Gladiator has been unveiled, and it truly offers the best of both Wranglers and pickup trucks.
Nearly 100 years ago, the American pickup truck was born. Despite the lack of an actual truck bed, Ford created what could be considered the first pickup truck in America with the 1917 Model TT. Chevrolet was not far behind with the 1918 Model 490, also available as a chassis only.
Buying a truck is a big decision, but you can’t go wrong with the 2018 Ford F-150! The F-Series line of trucks has been America’s best-selling truck for the past several decades. It’s clear to see why this truck has an immense following when we take a look at the 2018 F-150 specs. With several models and engine options available, there’s bound to be an F-150 that will suit your needs! From the basic F-150 XL to the off-roading F-150 Raptor, Ford offers a truck for everyone.
From light-duty pickups to heavy-duty haulers, there is a class for each and every type of truck. In America, truck classes rely upon the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating scale created by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The GVWR classification system determines truck sizes and includes eight total classes, ranging from less than 6,000 pounds to over 33,000 pounds.