When it comes to power, lifted diesel trucks have no equal. Do you have a big trailer that needs hauling? Get a lifted diesel truck. And if you don’t have one, don’t worry. I’ve collected three lifted diesel trucks for sale to get your search started. Not surprisingly all three are from the south. Even less surprising, two of them are from Texas. No one loves big trucks like Texas.
The first of our diesel trucks for sale is this nice 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 4×4. It’s been listed on ebay in Houston, Texas. The asking price is $23,000. The truck is equipped with a 5.9 Cummins diesel engine, a 6 inch lift, 17 inch rims, and and 35 inch tires. The engine pumps out 325 horsepower and 610 pounds of torque. I think it’s a pretty good looking automobile and the 101,000 miles it has on the engine isn’t bad for a diesel. According to the Dodge website these trucks start at $27,000 but we all know that doesn’t typically come close to the final price on a truck like this. Most likely a new truck similar to this one would cost more in the $40,000 range. So you can get a significant discount buying used. And keep in mind that trucks tend to hold their value pretty well so if you ever sell you should be able to get something back.
The next one of our used diesel trucks is this 1999 Ford F250 Powerstroke. It’s been lifted 15 inches and has a 7.3 turbo diesel engine. The rims are 22 inches and the tires are 40 inches tall. In other words, this is a very large and powerful vehicle. It’s also got some goodies like leather seats, leather interior roof, touch screen radio, dvd player, and remote control alarm. It appears to be in very good condition for a truck with 144,000 miles on it. The bidding is currently at $14,000 and it has met the reserve so now is your chance!
The last of our used diesel pickup trucks is this 2005 Ford F350 Lariat in Mansfield, Texas. It has 98,000 miles on it and the current price is $22,000. It’s a 4×4 dually with a 6 liter V-8 Turbo Diesel Power Stroke engine. I found it amusing that in the list of features, the owner listed “Texas truck” along with leather interior, power windows, and etc. Is that really a selling point? I know Texans have a pride beyond reason but is that a question that gets asked? Is this a Texas truck? No? Where did it come from? New York City! Forget it!