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Some may see GMC 4X4 trucks as simply rebadged Chevrolet models, but while it is true that both the GMC Sierra and the Chevrolet Silverado share the same frame, powertrain and suspension components, they aren’t exactly the same. Besides the obvious external styling differences, where the GMC design has a workmanlike conservative appearance, trim levels on the GMC can be somewhat better. The top of the line Denali models have the most luxurious interiors, while all GMC 4X4 trucks have excellent road-holding characteristics and offer a quieter ride thanks to extra sound-deadening material.
The GMC Sierra range, like the Chevrolet Silverado, also boasts a hybrid option. While expensive, the hybrid improves fuel economy for city driving by a significant 33% over the most efficient gasoline option and an incredible 122% over the least efficient. 120 volt electrical outlets are a neat practical feature of the hybrid model.
The GMC Sierra HD 4X4 trucks with the excellent Duramax V8 turbodiesel engine feature a very strong Allison transmission to handle the high torque output.
Chevrolet’s Silverado is a strong contender in the 4X4 truck market and, with fewer gimmicks and luxury features but myriad useful options and upgrades, is a good practical truck.
Thanks to the improved flow and combustion characteristics of Chevrolet’s Vortec engine design, the Silverado enjoys a range of engine options delivering good performance. The 6.2 liter Vortec engine gives amazing performance with over 403 horsepower and 417 lb ft of torque. The 4X4 version of the Silverado has the 5.3 liter aluminum block Vortec as an option; something the two wheel drive versions lack, these being limited to the iron block version. As well as adding a couple more horsepower, the decreased weight of the aluminum engine improves what is already very good handling on the 4X4 Silverado, while the new 6-speed transmission complements the smooth pulling V8 engines.
Chevy 4X4 trucks have a driveline that acts as all-wheel drive when driving on road, whereby torque is controlled to each wheel depending on its traction, but is switchable to true four-wheel drive when the truck is taken off-road, torque then being delivered equally to all four wheels.
If there is one criticism that can be leveled at Chevy 4X4 trucks it is the basic, no frills interior design. However, on a fine handling truck with good acceleration and braking, such considerations take a back seat.
Ford has a long and illustrious history of making pickup trucks and since its introduction in 1948, the Ford F-series has grown to become the quintessential, and best-selling, American truck.
The latest Ford 4X4 trucks are a chip off the old block, with several powerful engine options, including the V6 Eco-Boost engine. Equipped with twin-turbochargers, the Eco-Boost has a higher output than the 5.0 liter V8 while also returning better fuel economy. Even the base 3.7 naturally aspirated V6 has good performance, putting out just over 300 horsepower.
Ford 4X4 trucks are available in all trim levels and configurations, but the F-150 SVT Raptor is perhaps the most noteworthy. With extra body clearance, 11 inches of suspension travel front and rear, and 411 horsepower on tap from the 6.2 liter gasoline V8 engine, the Raptor is a seriously capable off-road machine.
Towing and hauling capacity is where the Ford F-series trucks really shine, with both the 6.2 liter V8 and 3.5 liter twin turbo Eco-Boost V6 engine versions of the 4X4 F-150 capable of towing 11,300lbs while the 4X4 F-350 with the V8 Power Stroke turbo diesel increases the towing capacity to 11,900lbs.
Dodge redefined how a full sized truck should look with the second generation Ram, with a bold big-rig inspired front end design leaving other manufacturers playing catch-up in the styling department. The newest Dodge 4X4 trucks continue this trend with aggressively styled grills and headlamps; the current Dodge Ram is indeed a fine looking truck.
Dodge 4X4 trucks handle well and have an exceptionally comfortable ride thanks to new coil rear suspension rather than stiffer leaf springs, while Dodge’s Hemi V8 engines are very well regarded and regularly feature on Ward’s 10 Best Engines list. The V6 option, however, is underpowered and offers no fuel economy benefit over a larger V8, although it does cost less.
The real “feather in the cap” of the Dodge truck range is the 6.7 liter Cummins six-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. With gear driven camshafts, stronger connecting rods and a deep-skirt cylinder block the Cummins diesel has awesome reliability to go along with its prodigious torque and, in its latest incarnation, reduced noise and better emissions. Fuel economy suffers slightly with the new emission control systems of the diesel option but this is true of the latest diesel engines from all manufacturers.
Toyota is a relative newcomer to the full-size truck market, but with a reputation for building extremely durable smaller pickup trucks popular the world over, their first full-size offering for the USA market, the Tundra, is perfectly capable of competing head to head with the more established models from American manufacturers.
Fuel economy of Toyota 4X4 trucks is similar between the 4.6 liter and 5.7 liter engines with only a 1-2 mpg difference, and with the excellent performance of the larger V8 it would seem the best choice, especially as the 5.7 liter is the largest engine option for 4X4 Tundra, no diesel option being available.
Although the Tundra may not have some of the more luxurious options offered by competitors on higher end trucks, it does have a well designed, spacious and comfortable cabin with rear seats on the Crewmax model that have more adjustment than would normally be the case, and with numerious storage compartments the Tundra makes an excellent work truck.
The Tundra has excellent towing performance, capable of towing 10,400lb, and has a load capacity of just over 2000lb. The trade-off for such performance though is stiff rear suspension and a somewhat harsh ride when the truck is driven without a load.
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