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Top 10 Low Horsepower Trucks

2015 Toyota Tundra

2015 Toyota Tundra

The standard features of the Toyota Tundra SR 4.6L V8 include i-FORCE 4.6L V-8 engine, 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), side seat mounted airbags, curtain 1st and 2nd row overhead airbags, driver and passenger knee airbag, airbag occupancy sensor, air conditioning, 18" styled steel wheels, cruise control, ABS and driveline traction control, electronic stability.

2016 Nissan Titan XD
2015 GMC Sierra 1500
2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2015 Ford F-150
2016 RAM 1500
2015 GMC Canyon
2016 Chevrolet Colorado
2015 Toyota Tacoma
2015 Nissan Frontier

The hard core truck enthusiasts out there would love to have everyone believe that driving a truck means all that power, from those big and loud engines, is truly necessary, all the time. Whether the truck’s bed is empty as the driver cruises along at top speed, or the truck is loaded down with tools and a trailer, truck fans justify their expenditures with the belief that every bit of horsepower and every drop of gasoline is an absolute necessity. The truth is, that’s not really accurate, and the list of the top 10 low horsepower trucks might help clarify things a bit. Some people might occasionally need a truck bed or a modest towing capacity to get work done or to pack up for a camping trip. If all you’re doing is helping your friends move to a new apartment, you don’t need the highest horsepower truck on the market. Some buyers really do need the most powerful trucks available and are willing to pay the premium, but others might be able to admit that one of the least powerful trucks will suit their needs just fine.

Trucks with low horsepower can still carry cargo, because bed capacity isn’t entirely dependent on engine size. And trucks with low power can still tow decent loads, as long as the driver knows how to drive with one. The best part is that the trucks with least amount of horsepower will cost less, both up front at the time of purchase and then as long as you own it. That’s because trucks with least amount of power will use less fuel than a truck with a monstrous engine that needs to be fed whether or not it’s being used to its fullest potential. Be honest about your truck needs, and you might find one of these low horsepower trucks will get the job done.