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Best Place To Buy A Diesel Truck

Once exclusive to heavy-duty pickup trucks, diesel-powered engines have recently come to full-size light-duty trucks as well. The Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Ford F-150 and Ram 1500 are among the most popular vehicles sold in America, and each one now offers a diesel engine. But is it worth getting a diesel in a truck that isn't meant for heavy-duty use?

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Edmunds compared each truck's maximum potential towing capacity and maximum potential fuel efficiency with gasoline engines versus the diesels. Just know that real-world fuel economy results will vary based on your particular truck's configuration and use. Fuel costs in your area will also play a part in the decision.

All three of America's top-selling full-size light-duty pickup trucks now offer diesel engines as options. They are more expensive up front, but depending on the truck and your needs, it might be worth the money to make the upgrade. Make sure to also research fuel prices and the higher maintenance costs associated with modern diesel engines before making a decision.

With the seemingly limitless number of pickup truck configurations, it can be hard to know where to begin your search for the perfect truck. Let the Edmunds experts help with our list of the best trucks for 2019.

With the seemingly endless truck configurations on the market, finding the best trucks for towing can be difficult. Let our experts guide you to the top-rated midsize, large and heavy-duty trucks for towing.

Whether you are pulling a toy hauler or trailer with your diesel truck, or driving a Class A diesel motorhome, it becomes part of the RV lifestyle to hunt down the best fuel rates possible. In addition to looking for the best rates, you also have the complication of fitting your rig into the available diesel spots.

TSD Logistics is based in Texarkana, Texas, but they are a freight and trucking company serving the United States. You simply apply for their fuel card which is available to anyone wanting to purchase diesel from truck stops.

Once you apply online, they will issue you a card. You can use the card at any truck stop that sells diesel fuel in separate trucking lanes (not where cars gas up). When using the card, you will save 90% of the negotiated discount and TSD gets the other 10%. All you need to do is fill out the online application.

In these large urban areas CFN cardlock locations are the primary source of fuel for business fleets. CFN cardlocks are like a truck stop without the truck stop. These locations have everything a truck stop has for fueling such as 18-wheel access, high flow diesel pumps, DEF, off road diesel, gasoline, etc. with none of the c-store and parking resources that a truck stop has.

These guys are fantastic with both Sales and Service!I have worked at a new car dealership for 10 year of my life so I have a lot of knowledge about the industry and processes. If you are looking for a honest fair place to buy a truck/car or service one go here!About 3 months ago I bought a GMC pickup from them. Straightforward pricing, I paid what they were asking for the truck, from all my research they were priced right in fair market range. Easy sales process, I worked with both Aaron and Alex and they took care of me.Yesterday I had my first Service with them. They called me both days to keep me in the loop on the process and were very accommodating. Larger service took only took two days. More importantly, this was my work truck and I really feel like they cared about my business as they worked very hard to get it back to me ASAP. Overall I am impressed again and I will be coming back! Thanks again guys!

THE best auto buying experience I have ever had (and I'm 70+ years old). I wish I could give them 25 stars. The entire team at Perry goes out of their way to make your purchase easy and enjoyable. I traveled from Oregon to see their truck and they picked me up from the Detroit airport - - 80 miles away. I mentioned that I did not like the after market wheels on the truck I was looking at and they immediately swapped them out with another truck that had OEM wheels. (then they had to reflash the ECM to account for the new tire size - - all at no extra cost). They patiently worked me thru all features of the truck (I am new to diesels and 4x4) and explained everything - good or questionable - about the vehicle and everything they had done to fix any problems with it before they put it up for sale. I drove the truck home to Oregon and it runs strong and smooth. It is everything Alex and Aaron said it was. Unfortunately for them, I'll probably never buy another rig - - but it I ever do they will be the very first place I begin looking.

The crew there is awesome and super uplifting!! I went in there looking to buy a vehicle and they helped so much being I had no idea as to how to get financed for a vehicle!! I really also like that they show what maintenance and repairs they've done to the vehicles!! Overall extremely satisfied with their service!!! I would highly recommend anyone to go here if they're looking to get a diesel truck!!

The Environmental Protection Agency was created in the footsteps of the Clean Air Act of 1970. For 46 years the EPA has been constantly evolving and enacting laws to address the environmental needs of this country. For many years owners of three-quarter and one-ton light duty pickup trucks enjoyed no additional smog equipment on their vehicles. All of that changed in 2008 with the EPA required the use of diesel particulate filters on all three-quarter-ton and larger trucks as well as required biannual smog tests which included a visual inspection of the vehicle to make sure the DPF parts were still on the truck. In 2010 the regulations got even tighter.Many thought that the era of big power and torque were over and vowed to never purchase a new truck ever again. However, something spectacular happened and the complete opposite thing occurred. It turns out that Americans truly do adapt and overcome. Every one of the manufacturers figured out a way to cut down on the NOx levels all the while making more horsepower and torque than ever before. Innovation is bread out of strife.The engineering breakthrough came through the use of the selective catalytic reduction. The vast majority of these systems use diesel exhaust fluid (mixture of urea and deionized water) sprayed into the exhaust system to break down the generated NOx into harmless nitrogen and water molecules. Since the DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) is introduced in the exhaust, also called after-treatment technology, the manufacturer is free to build as much power as they want. The DEF is stored in a separate tank which is insulated and heated and is marked by a blue filler cap.Still there are two factions of diesel guys out there; those who have accepted to the EPA changes and those who are still vehemently against any regulations whatsoever despite the work around technological advancements. For those not willing to accept the changes there has been a shift to older used diesel engines or remanufactured diesel engines that have been grandfathered in. This article aims to go over the cold hard facts about DEF and educate the populace into making smarter diesel operator decisions.

That question specifically depends on miles per gallon and usage of the diesel truck in question. No matter how heavy the load, according to the OE manufacturer, the typical average light duty truck will consume 2-3 gallons of DEF per 800 miles. However, most new trucks with an average miles per gallon rating of 20+mpg will go roughly 8,000-10,000 miles on a tank full (10 gallons) of DPF. Each truck is different, for example on a Dodge Ram there is a gauge readout of exactly how much DEF is left in the tank, GM has a digital readout and Ford has a simple low DEF light.Medium Duty and Heavy Duty Fuel models will vary but according to Cummins Filtration DEF consumption will be approximately 2% of the fuel consumed. For every 50 gallons of diesel fuel burned you will use 1 gallon of DEF. Here are some Medium and Heavy Duty Consumption projections by our friends over at Cummins Filtration:

First off, do not panic. Secondly, do not under any circumstances start the engine. Simply dumping diesel fuel in the DEF and vice versa (DEF in the fuel tank) will not harm your engine if you do not start the engine. The SCR should recognize that there is a solution other than DEF in the tank and notify the driver via the ECM readout on the dashboard. It is also important not to move the vehicle. Moving the vehicle can causing the spread of the fuel into the lines and into the SCR. The best thing to do is drain the tank with the vehicle in its original position. If the engine is started for even a short time diesel fuel will ruin the SCR catalyst which is very costly to replace and will be out of warranty. If DEF enters the fuel system and spread throughout the engine it will ruin the diesel engine eventually. The fuel system lines are not compatible with DEF and slowly corrode and over time.

The Trucks in our inventory are priced to sell. Texas Truck Barn is a great place to get an excellent deal on your next Diesel pickup truck. Our team has over twenty years of automotive experience, and we are ready to help you. We offer financing on our Trucks regardless of Year and Miles, and even if you have challenged credit our lenders will work with you.

If you need a truck that gets respectable fuel economy as a daily driver, while also towing or hauling just about anything you can hitch to it, then a diesel truck is really your only option. Diesel trucks are also known to last for a long time when properly maintained, and they can be easily modified with aftermarket diesel truck parts to get the most out of your rig.

Perhaps the biggest claim to fame for the 6.4L Powerstroke is how easy it is to tweak and modify. Add a few aftermarket diesel truck parts like a new intake and exhaust, plus a tuner, and this truck can go from 350 stock horsepower to 600 RWHP. The standard engine makes 650 pound-feet of torque, which makes it great for towing heavy equipment or hauling a large load. The trucks themselves were built durably with bigger everything, but the engine did have some problems that were mainly apparent in the 2008 model year before being ironed out for 2009 and 2010. 041b061a72

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