Truck Year Coming With 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, Ford Super Duty And Honda Ridgeline

Aug 30, 2016 05:04 AM EDT | Mariechris Felipe

Great news to all car/truck lovers out there as we now have a larger selection of powerful trucks to look forward to. Automakers are releasing their work before the year ends since the demands on trucks has elevated. The 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, Ford Super Duty and Honda Ridgeline will capture and caught the interests of their loyal customers.

Owning a pickup truck always give us a glimpse of long driving and mind blowing experience of summer trips with our families and friends. Known for its incredible strength, carrying space and durable engine, there's more to this vehicles over other automobiles that are more fun and enjoyable to drive.

We have already seen what Honda is looking to offer later this year on the Honda Ridgeline. The freshly revised 2017 Honda Ridgeline is returning to the US Market after being out of the loop for three years beats other pickups but plays its own game. The ridgeline impresses in the passenger-car pursuits: ride, handling, acceleration and fuel economy. It is an excellent choice for those living in the city. It hauls things around effortlessly and aside from its versatility, is also spacious, comfortable and reliable. The starting price is $29,475 which is quite expensive to most people.

The latest Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro will soon be available and will arrive with a wider, higher stance, heritage-inspired Toyota grille and contrasting black details that isn't afraid to show its wild side. This new truck will help you go off the road, ready for the challenges you might face while you conquer the wilderness with your adventurous side. This new truck will help you go off the road, ready for the challenges as you conquer wilderness to come across your adventurous side.

Arriving this year will be the 2017 Ford Super Duty model with its new features. It replaces the old frames with new aluminum ones. Ford strengthened the frame and the drivetrain with fortified driveshaft, axles, brakes and the 4WD transfer case. It has been said that this new truck is tougher than ever, more heavy work- capable than the previous and has more pulling power than before. 

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