Best Large Trucks of 2024 and 2025

The Edmunds experts test large truck contenders on our test track and in the real world. Our ratings assess performance, comfort, technology, utility, value and more. How we rank

Best Large trucks

Large trucks are among the most versatile vehicles on the market, delivering impressive comfort and tech along with serious workhorse credentials. No wonder they're so popular.

1st
With hundreds of available configurations, you'll have an easy time finding a Ford F-150 that meets your needs. Class-leading towing and payload capacities and above-average fuel economy make it a top pick for work or play, while the trail-busting Raptor is an icon by itself. Read full review

MSRP
$36,570 - $77,980
2nd
The Ram 1500's coil-spring rear suspension is a unique feature in the segment, giving this truck a smooth ride without compromising on hauling or towing capacity. Distinctive variants such as the Rebel and Night editions appeal to recreational users, but there's no shortage of capable work-oriented variants. Read full review

MSRP
$37,410 - $84,355
Combined MPG
12 - 23
3rd
The latest Tundra pickup has improved in every aspect. The turbo V6 and 10-speed automatic deliver a powerful and smooth driving experience, and the optional 14-inch infotainment touchscreen looks great in the tightly constructed cabin. Real-world fuel economy is disappointing, but otherwise, this is a well-rounded truck for the money. Read full review

MSRP
$39,965 - $78,845
Combined MPG
19 - 22
4th
The Sierra plays to a more affluent audience with exclusive features, but it might not be enough to stake out a different fate than its Silverado brother. Read full review

MSRP
$37,100 - $82,100
Combined MPG
15 - 22
5th
The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is a versatile full-size pickup that can be a competent workhorse and a plush people-mover at the same time. However, this jack-of-all-trades truck doesn't excel in any particular area. Read full review

MSRP
$36,800 - $69,900
Combined MPG
16 - 21
6th
The Titan has a standard V8 engine, a comfortable cabin and enough towing capacity for most jobs. But It doesn't have enough personality to make up for the lack of choice in powertrains, features and body styles that rivals offer. Read full review

MSRP
$46,040 - $63,020
Combined MPG
16 - 17

Best Heavy-duty trucks

Heavy-duty trucks are immensely capable workhorses that live to tow. They trade some comfort for outright strength, though there's still plenty of luxury on tap.

1st
With a coil-spring suspension that keeps it well-mannered on the pavement, plus a range of powerful engines, the Ram 2500 is both a capable heavy-duty truck and a companionable daily driver. Read full review

MSRP
$46,050 - $87,715
2nd
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500 is a smooth-operating heavy-duty pickup that costs thousands less than the competition. If you really need to tow and are OK with an interior that features fewer premium materials than rivals, the Silverado 2500 HD becomes a compelling option. Read full review

MSRP
$43,400 - $71,200
3rd
The GMC Sierra 2500HD is a highly capable heavy-duty truck with lots of extras. But a few things are holding the Sierra back, such as poor ride quality and below-average visibility. Read full review

MSRP
$42,200 - $73,300