Best Midsize Pickup Trucks of the Year

July 24, 2019/Steve Tackett

Pickup trucks are undoubtedly very advantageous and functional, but as everything has some flaws—in the same way—sometimes they also face issues with their bulky size. They demand bigger garages, paths, and areas to function, which is unlikely to be possible every time. So, the automotive industry has voluntarily figured out an alternative to this glitch and started manufacturing Midsize Pickup Trucks that are certainly smaller, faster, and cheaper than their full-size counterparts.

Therefore, we’re featuring the best midsize pickups of this year.

Nissan Frontier

First on this list, best in the world.

Whenever it’s about the best midsize trucks—Frontier is the first name that hits our mind. Compact, dashing, intelligent, and high-tech—it’s an all in one utility vehicle, there’s nothing it doesn’t have. Equipped with a 4-cylinder V6 engine that can create up to 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque—it provides an impressive mileage of 23 and 19 MPG on highway and in city respectively. Frontier’s starting price is $19,090 for its most basic variant.

Nissan Frontier
nissan frontier interior

Characteristics:

  • Nissan Intelligent Mobility
  • 6,720 lbs Towing Capacity
  • Active Brake Limited Slip
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Hill Descent Control
  • Dual Zone Climate Control
  • Rearview Monitor
  • Traction Control System
  • Vehicle Dynamic Control
  • Advanced Airbag System

Chevrolet Colorado

Life is like a road trip, live it on royal wheels.

Colorado is one of the most fuel-efficient and durable midsize trucks of all time. Filled with convenient features and high-tech technology—it is available in 3.6L V6 which is capable of generating 308 horsepower. With lighter and stronger body—Colorado costs around $21,300.

Chevrolet Colorado
chevrolet colorado interior

Characteristics:

  • Apple CarPlay
  • Android Auto
  • Built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • 7,000-lb Towing Capacity
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Rear Vision Camera
  • Trailering assist
  • Four-wheel Drive

Toyota Tacoma

When technology shakes hand with style and power.

Geared up with a 3.5-liter V-6 Direct-injection engine it tows up to 6800 lbs and furnished with unmatched features and Toyota’s trademark Toyota Safety Sense a pack of its exceptionally advanced technology. Tacoma is a stunning midsize duty truck that costs around $25,850. It is available in six models: SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro.

Toyota Tacoma
toyota tacoma interior

Characteristics:

  • Tacoma TRD Pro
  • Crawl Control
  • Multi-terrain Select
  • Hill Start Assist Control
  • Blistein Shocks
  • Trailer-sway Control
  • Entune Audio System
  • Multi-information Display
  • Dual Zone Climate Control

Ford Ranger

Experience Adventure like never before.

Last but not least—Ranger is indeed a power ranger. Tough, smart, and efficient—it’s an ultimate midsize pickup truck. Costs start at $24,300—one can expect a mileage of 21 and 26 MPG in city and on highway sequentially. Installed with 2.5-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine, it is incredibly powerful.

Ford Ranger
for ranger interior

Characteristics:

  • Trail Control
  • Lane-keeping System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • BLIS with Trailer Coverage
  • Pre-Collision Assist
  • Rear-view Camera
  • FordPass Connect
  • Navigation