Do You Plan To Buy A New Truck In The Next Year?

Do you plan to buy a new truck in the next year? Vote YES or NO - If YES, which brand

  • YES

    Votes: 403 27.2%
  • NO

    Votes: 793 53.5%
  • Chev/GMC

    Votes: 192 13.0%
  • Dodge

    Votes: 125 8.4%
  • Ford

    Votes: 237 16.0%
  • Toyota

    Votes: 149 10.1%
  • Other

    Votes: 26 1.8%

  • Total voters
    1,481

Len Backus

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Vote YES or NO

If YES, which brand (If NO don't vote brand)
 
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dbhostler

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You look'in for a truck Len? If so, maybe you could do a, "Do you plan to sell your truck this year....and what'cha got", poll. LOL.
 
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rtv900

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As prices have gone up for vehicles and gas I have kept cars and trucks longer. I just purchased another (used) car. Now my wife and I both drive cars that get good milage. I am keeping the truck in the garage for towing and hunting.
 

gamehauler

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I know I will NOT buy a Chevy
if the Add pops up in front of the quick links tool bar one more time:(
Sorry, Had to vent:eek:
Mike
 

bigg_sexy1

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9 month old twin boys, and future long range hunting dudes= no new truck for me for a long time.
 

nfhjr62

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Since i'm retired would like to buy a new truck but as money is tight will hold on to my 02 Chevy Avalanche with 58000 miles, it's just getting broke in.
 

3toes

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ive had my 08 z71 ex. cab for 9 mounths now, ripped off front spoiler chasing whitetails around buffalo co. other than that no complaints, well mabe the gas milage. 20mpg???? maybe just the way i drive. just got a new 250 super duty for work, it about shook my fillings out runnin on interstate I94 yesterday!!
 

screech

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If you mean new new no, If you mean getting a newer one yeah probablly. Most likely a low mile 5.9 dodge cummins. The year dosent really bother me. I got an 01 and its almost hitting the 200,000 mile mark and hasnt given me a lick of trouble. Well I had to replace a master clutch cylinder but other than that. My dad got a new 08 duramax and its given him bad luck since he got it. Its been in the shop like 8 times in 11,000 miles. I know another guy that has the same truck and it is also giving him problems. Then again everybody I know that has gotten new diesels are all having trouble. wether it be ford, chevy or dodges new cummins. I am kind of a 5.9 cummins fan but thats just me. If I was to get a gasser then it would probablly be the tundra
 

Moorespeedr

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If you mean new new no, If you mean getting a newer one yeah probablly. Most likely a low mile 5.9 dodge cummins. The year dosent really bother me. I got an 01 and its almost hitting the 200,000 mile mark and hasnt given me a lick of trouble. Well I had to replace a master clutch cylinder but other than that. My dad got a new 08 duramax and its given him bad luck since he got it. Its been in the shop like 8 times in 11,000 miles. I know another guy that has the same truck and it is also giving him problems. Then again everybody I know that has gotten new diesels are all having trouble. wether it be ford, chevy or dodges new cummins. I am kind of a 5.9 cummins fan but thats just me. If I was to get a gasser then it would probablly be the tundra
The change to the new particulate filter and all the fun green stuff that happened to the diesels really has them acting funny...all brands. I have not run across one with an aftermarket tune that didn't have issues.

As for me, no. My GMC is 14 months old. Since it is the Denali truck with the 420 hp vette motor...the dealership would want me to give it away in this economic climate. I bet I wouldn't get 50% of the sale price for it. So I'll be keeping this one for quite a while. Which is fine, I love the truck.
 

JUDD

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While it's not new it's new to me! Just bought a F250 Superduty King Rancher....Huntin in style now...lol
 
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