5 Reliable Trucks Under 10K!

5 Reliable Trucks Under 10K!


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5 Reliable trucks under 10k
There is no arguing that pick-up trucks are extremely handy in various situations no matter who you are. It can be challenging finding a truck that is both affordable and reliable. Well that is where I come in to help. I’ll be showing you 5 reliable fairly cheap trucks you can buy that will last you a long time for less than $10,000. I managed to diverse the list by including trucks from various auto makers. Hope you enjoy the video!

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100 Comments on "5 Reliable Trucks Under 10K!"


  1. Many of you wanted a pick-up truck video so here it is! Sorry for the lack of video uploads lately. Just know that moving forward I will now be uploading weekly content :). That said, what is your favorite pickup truck from this list?
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  2. Nissan is obviously the most reliable, I have a 2006 Nissan frontier with a 6 speed stick shift and an extended cab. It had only one scratch on it and had 129,000 miles on it for $9000. I have been very impressed with it.

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  3. I've got a 2008 F150 crew cab with the 5.4 got 250,000 miles on it now still going never had any major engine work or transmission

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  4. I have a 99 Dakota as my winter vehicle, been in the family since it was brand new and it just rolled over 300k miles. The damn thing didn't even have rust when I got it, the frame got undercoated every winter. It has the 5.2 V8 because they didn't come out with the 4.7 until 01 I believe but holy shit is this engine bulletproof. I know I'm biased but I think the second gen Dakota is one of the best looking mid-sized trucks out there.

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  5. guess you never had a tacoma!!! as of last night my 4 cylinder 1995 toyota tocoma. drove over 100 miles pulled a 8 cylinder 1988 Chevy Silverado 10 miles on the highway to a shop came back and had a quarter tank of gas 15gallon tank I was teasing my buddy the hole way

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  6. I know they're not at all common or even ever sold in the US but there are some Tata pick-ups called the Xenon that can are reliable. Of course, they've nothing to be called as powerful compared to these pick-ups, but they still are a good choice if you're looking for big pick-ups with either 4 doors or 2 doors and basic features while safety not being compromised as usual by Tata. If you want to know any more about Indian cars, feel free to ask me anytime. I'm there on Car Throttle and Drive Tribe with the same name but I remain more active with the name #CTsquad on both the platforms. Your videos are great BTW. And better than the Viral Vehicles channel.

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  7. My 2010 ford ranger is the most reliable truck I’ve ever owned and I’ve pulled up to 17,000 pounds with it, but it’s chipped and has other stuff and it has 200,000 miles on it and it’s still running strong

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  8. I drive a brand new '17 Frontier for work and have put 17K miles on it since the beginning of 2017. Stop and go traffic, tight turns, and pushing it hard down the highway. Basically, I give it a hard time daily. The thing is still kicking and has done me no wrong.

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  9. As an environmentalist, I don't like trucks, but as a realistic person, I know they are helpful. The solution? Maybe a hybrid truck ?

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  10. Ever heard of the Renault Alaskan? Its a mid-size pickup thats only available in South America, parts of Africa, and Europe. Its a rebadged current generation Nissan Navara and Mercedes X-class pickup. Look it up, its nice!

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  11. Hey bro, the second engine you showed on the Canyon I am pretty sure is the 3.7L inline six not the v8, not sure if it was an option but should make the correction. Great video. Maybe you could include a Toyota Tacoma, they are reliable and can make it the price range.

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  12. It is impossible to find a Canyon or Colorado for sale with the LH8 V8 engine for less than 10k.

    Change my mind.

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  13. Tundras are reliable and fat for a pickup the speedometer was all the way down at 120 and the truck was still climbing speed

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  14. 1st gen tacoma! 3.4 v6 5VZ FE baby arguably one of the most reliable motors Toyota ever made. Under 10k don't forget it could be found in some t100s tundras & 4Runners depending on the year & model

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  15. Any Ford truck with a 3 valve 5.4 Triton is GARBAGE. They are bad for blowing plugs out of the head and you almost cant remove the plugs without breaking one off in the head. Then you have to put that god awful champion full jacket plug in it. Then oil pump is garbage. It's just an awful engine. Oh yea could trash too

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  16. 99 Ford f150 4.2 l manual love it only bad part about it is it's rusted forgot to get rust proof and now I have the Rusty's

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  17. Can anyone tell me do they make a Kia soul in a 6 cylinder engine?because of 4 cylinder engine after 40000 miles and more has a timing belt in the timing belt stretches and it always seems to go out right after warranty if I could stay with a 6 or above it has a timing chain and I do not have to worry about it.

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  19. I think the Nissan should not be on your list… They have weak automatic trannys and the turn ratio for a midsize truck is terrible… I know this because my brother had one and got rid of it only after a year.. Spent alot of time at the dealership service dept.

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  20. The frontiers are super reliable, except the transmission. Anything that uses the transmission in that truck (the Pathfinder) is going to eat shit because of the trans cooler.

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  21. Ford F 250 turbo diesel but I would rather stick with the V8 version the turbo would be too much work or the turbo charger Toyota Hilux

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  22. F150 2004-2008 is the biggest piece of crap I've ever owned. Cam phaser problem, transmission problem, exhaust manifold, spark plugs breaking. Apparently everything is a common problem. The biggest issue is the cam phasers failing along with the timing components. Huge job to get this fixed. Would not recommend unless you like money pits. If I were to do it over again, I would go with a 5.3 Vortec – Sierra or Silverado. Good luck

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  23. Now do a European/Australian variant of this video. Literally all of those trucks aren’t available in anywhere but the America’s.

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  24. I have a 2006 5.4 v8 f150 and it breaks down every two weeks after I get it fixed so DO NOT GET THE 5.4 get the 4.6 v8.

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  25. Lol. I know 7 people personally that have/had a 2008 Silverado. And ALL of them had to rebuild or replace their engine (the 5.3). What a shit year. The drop four was an awful design for that generation

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  26. My best friend bought a 2007 Nissan Frontier with the V6 brand new. He still has it as his everyday driver The ONLY thing he's replaced is a $50 sensor last year and he's rough on trucks. You can't kill that thing.

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  27. Hi there, seems your research is purely net based with hardly any practical experience ( in my opinion) How come American trucks are more reliable than Japanese Trucks. Sir you missed Toyota, issuzu.

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  28. For me the Frontier manual transmission I cannot stand vehicle payments. Very reliable my friend has one over 400,000 miles with meticulous regular maintenance I believe they can run forever. To me that equals a few years without a pick up payment

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  29. Im guessing the nissan frontier is the same as the navara. In that case i advice you not to get one thats year 2002-2005. Serious frame and engine problems judging from my own experience

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  30. I got a buck and thirty eight sense out of my 2004 3v Triton. Put two window regulators in it, stamped made in China. Changed spark plugs pulled seven of eight plugs that broke myself as I'm a machinist so it was 45 min. per plug and I already had everything I needed.  At that point cam passers seemed a little weak and I really didn't want to put a new timing set, cam phasers oil pump. Ford put a dummy oil pressure gage on their trucks so no one really new the oil pressure until they had zero then the gauge would drop all at once.  Yea I got enough of Ford and I'm pretty Shure my moms 5.0 still has the same deceptive gauge. I horse traded mine in 2014 as I sold the truck for 10,500 and bought a year newer Toyota Sequoia with a few less miles for 10,300. After Tags and registration it was a wash. I will only buy used from this point forward until the price of new ones come down and if the price of gas goes to 4 bucks a gallon and it will I will get a one ton for the farm. But in the meantime I'm going to hold on to what I've got because even the used ones are twice what they should cost. Maybe in the next economic downturn all the auto manufactures will go defunct we need some new brands, no one needs to sell a kidney to buy these things. lol

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  31. The dodge dakota was an unreliable piece of shit. also, 7000 lbs is the typical towing capacity for a midsized truck, but most of them do it with a v6, on the dakota you needed a v8.

    Just because it falls below the price point doesnt mean its a reliable vehicle.

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  32. Have a f150 super cab with 5.4 lt 3 valve 150000 no problems change the oil check the fuilds have not changed the battery in 4 years its a 2007

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  33. I’d go with 08 ford F150 with a v6 engine
    Best bang for the many. They ride very smooth and work like a beast. I had one and it had 145k miles but drove like new.

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  34. ANYBODY that says that a"lower"sitting truck is a good thing and it's a GM truck too,needs to really read the REAL reviews,ditto for Dodge anything.
    (Consumer Reports.org)

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  35. Got a 06 Dodge Dakota, not as powerful as the 08 4.7 V8 but does pretty good hauling and towing. No major issues, turn signal/wiper switch acts up and trans temp. sensor will come on at random but still not bad going on 90,000 miles with normal maintenance, still has the factory headlight bulbs lol.

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  36. The only 2008 Rangers I see for under 10k are junk. Most 2008 Ranger are selling for right around 15k. My 95 with 250K would sell for around 6K. My 2011 with under 25K would sell close 20K Ranger are still wanted because there small and make good work trucks not like the new Ranger or as the should have called it the cut down F150 piece of junk.

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  37. I bought a 07 Frontier 2.5 crew cab for $3500 with 180k I already put 40k and runs like a champ. Transmission shifts smooth and no leaks. Mpg is very decent. I’ve heard the v6’s are pretty bad on gas but I little better than the old models.

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  38. I think the exteneded cabs are mostly for storage and just had the seats in case you need to seat more then two people for a short amount of time

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  39. Wow hysterical lol…Uses the word reliable in the title, barely mentions it in the video…How about actually doing some research next time and telling us about known issues amd real world reliability instead of just repeating what JD Powers and other liars say?

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