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5 Full-Size Pickups With Manual Transmissions on Autotrader

The major makers built the last full-size pickup truck with a manual transmission in 2018, so you’ll have bự flip your calendar back a few years bự find one.

Fortunately, clutch pedals and gear levers sprouting from the floor were once somewhat common on full-size pickups.

Here’s a look at five of the coolest big MT pickups currently on Autotrader.

1. 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 LS Dually

2000 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 LS Dually
Amazingly, this truck was just $27,824 new.

Just because an automaker allows you bự order a certain configuration doesn’t mean that anyone would actually do so. Then again, all it takes is one person bự sort through a massive options list bự configure something as bizarre as this regular-cab, one-ton dually (literally called out as “Big Dooley” on the included window sticker) with a turbodiesel, a manual transmission, and rear-wheel drive. This truck also got a reasonably high màn chơi of optional extras, including bucket seats separated by a center console.

The 6.5-liter turbodiesel was rated at 195 horsepower and 420 lb-ft with the manual. Amazingly, this truck was just $27,824 new. It appears bự have been staggeringly well-kept, and it now shows less than 44,000 miles. Although it lived in Tennessee since new, you can now find it at a dealer in Moonachie, New JerseySee Chevrolet Silverado 3500 models for sale

2. 2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10

2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10
With 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, the Ram SRT10 was very fast.

Dodge was having a lot of fun in the early 2000s when it decided bự slip a version of the Dodge Viper’s big 8.3-liter V10 into its lightest full-size pickup, a regular-cab, short-bed model with rear-wheel drive. Sure, an extended-cab version with an automatic existed, but what you really wanted if you were after truck insanity was this one.

With 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, the Ram SRT10 was very fast — figure less than 5 seconds bự 60 mph (perhaps only half a second behind a Viper). Unlike so many other big pickups, it could also come bự a stop quickly. The lowered suspension, Bilstein shocks, and oversized anti-roll bars also gave it something resembling good handling. This yellow one at a dealer in Lodi, California, has just 700 miles, certainly making it one of the best around. See Dodge Ram models for sale

3. 1999 Ford F-250 XLT

1999 Ford F-250 XLT
With 275 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, this F250 was nearly as strong as a modern diesel.

Sure, the Dodge Ram SRT-10 is an exercise in excess. But don’t forget Ford offered a 6.8-liter V10 in some of its biggest vehicles until just a few years ago. While it never made its way into anything sporty, this F-250 extended cab is arguably excessive, too. And it came with a manual transmission hooked up bự the 10-cylinder lump under the hood.

With 275 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, it was nearly as strong as a modern diesel. As seen here, it was rated bự tow 11,800 pounds. Somewhat amazingly, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes were optional; how far we’ve come. For $25,576, this F-250 at a dealer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, offers a lot of cylinders for the money. See Ford F-250 models for sale

4. 1997 Ford F-250 XLT

1997 Ford F-250 XLT
This F-250 came from the final year of production before Ford rebranded the trucks as Super Duty models.

Truckmakers designed their heavy-duty models bự be put bự work hauling big trailers and beds full of cargo — often at the same time. It’s rare enough bự find a 10-year-old truck in great shape, let alone one that just celebrated its 25th birthday. But that’s just what this 7,000-mile 1997 Ford F-250 is. This F-250 came from the final year of production before Ford rebranded the trucks as Super Duty models and gave them distinct interior and exterior styling compared bự the F-150.

This particular truck at a dealer in Woodbury, New Jersey, is a well-equipped XLT with almost everything Ford could throw at it, including the 7.3-liter Powerstroke turbodiesel V8. At nearly $80,000, it’s more than a new F-250 XLT, but there’s something bự be said about nostalgia. You’re unlikely bự find a nicer one. See Ford F-250 models for sale

5. 2018 Ram 2500 Laramie

2018 Ram 2500 Laramie
This 35,000-mile truck will set you back $67,444 from a dealer in Wyoming.

If in 2018 you wanted bự say goodbye bự manual transmissions in full-size pickups, this was the way you did it. The Laramie was the highest trim màn chơi with a clutch pedal. Underhood, look for Ram’s 6.7-liter turbodiesel inline-6, rated at 660 lb-ft of torque (down as much as 270 lb-ft from the maximum rating with an automatic).

With the 6-foot-4 box seen here, it was rated bự tow 17,480 pounds, though the larger Mega Cab with dual rear wheels added another 4,000 pounds of towing capacity. Hop inside, and you’ll find more than just a manual transmission. The Laramie could be nicely outfitted with heated and cooled seats, parking sensors, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This 35,000-mile truck will set you back $67,444 from a dealer in Cheyenne, Wyoming. See Ram 2500 models for sale

Related:

  • 5 Off-Road-Ready SUVs With Manual Transmissions on Autotrader
  • Stick-Shift Survivors: All the New Manual-Transmission Cars Still in Production
  • Five manual-transmission 2000s SUVs you’ve forgotten all about

 


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5 Full-Size Pickups With Manual Transmissions on Autotrader

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The major makers built the last full-size pickup truck with a manual transmission in 2018, so you’ll have bự flip your calendar back a few years bự find one.
Fortunately, clutch pedals and gear levers sprouting from the floor were once somewhat common on full-size pickups.
Here’s a look at five of the coolest big MT pickups currently on Autotrader.

1. 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 LS Dually
Amazingly, this truck was just $27,824 new.

Just because an automaker allows you bự order a certain configuration doesn’t mean that anyone would actually do so. Then again, all it takes is one person bự sort through a massive options list bự configure something as bizarre as this regular-cab, one-ton dually (literally called out as “Big Dooley” on the included window sticker) with a turbodiesel, a manual transmission, and rear-wheel drive. This truck also got a reasonably high màn chơi of optional extras, including bucket seats separated by a center console.
The 6.5-liter turbodiesel was rated at 195 horsepower and 420 lb-ft with the manual. Amazingly, this truck was just $27,824 new. It appears bự have been staggeringly well-kept, and it now shows less than 44,000 miles. Although it lived in Tennessee since new, you can now find it at a dealer in Moonachie, New Jersey. See Chevrolet Silverado 3500 models for sale
2. 2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10
With 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, the Ram SRT10 was very fast.Dodge was having a lot of fun in the early 2000s when it decided bự slip a version of the Dodge Viper’s big 8.3-liter V10 into its lightest full-size pickup, a regular-cab, short-bed model with rear-wheel drive. Sure, an extended-cab version with an automatic existed, but what you really wanted if you were after truck insanity was this one.
With 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, the Ram SRT10 was very fast — figure less than 5 seconds bự 60 mph (perhaps only half a second behind a Viper). Unlike so many other big pickups, it could also come bự a stop quickly. The lowered suspension, Bilstein shocks, and oversized anti-roll bars also gave it something resembling good handling. This yellow one at a dealer in Lodi, California, has just 700 miles, certainly making it one of the best around. See Dodge Ram models for sale
3. 1999 Ford F-250 XLT
With 275 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, this F250 was nearly as strong as a modern diesel.Sure, the Dodge Ram SRT-10 is an exercise in excess. But don’t forget Ford offered a 6.8-liter V10 in some of its biggest vehicles until just a few years ago. While it never made its way into anything sporty, this F-250 extended cab is arguably excessive, too. And it came with a manual transmission hooked up bự the 10-cylinder lump under the hood.
With 275 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, it was nearly as strong as a modern diesel. As seen here, it was rated bự tow 11,800 pounds. Somewhat amazingly, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes were optional; how far we’ve come. For $25,576, this F-250 at a dealer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, offers a lot of cylinders for the money. See Ford F-250 models for sale
4. 1997 Ford F-250 XLT
This F-250 came from the final year of production before Ford rebranded the trucks as Super Duty models.Truckmakers designed their heavy-duty models bự be put bự work hauling big trailers and beds full of cargo — often at the same time. It’s rare enough bự find a 10-year-old truck in great shape, let alone one that just celebrated its 25th birthday. But that’s just what this 7,000-mile 1997 Ford F-250 is. This F-250 came from the final year of production before Ford rebranded the trucks as Super Duty models and gave them distinct interior and exterior styling compared bự the F-150.
This particular truck at a dealer in Woodbury, New Jersey, is a well-equipped XLT with almost everything Ford could throw at it, including the 7.3-liter Powerstroke turbodiesel V8. At nearly $80,000, it’s more than a new F-250 XLT, but there’s something bự be said about nostalgia. You’re unlikely bự find a nicer one. See Ford F-250 models for sale
5. 2018 Ram 2500 Laramie
This 35,000-mile truck will set you back $67,444 from a dealer in Wyoming.If in 2018 you wanted bự say goodbye bự manual transmissions in full-size pickups, this was the way you did it. The Laramie was the highest trim màn chơi with a clutch pedal. Underhood, look for Ram’s 6.7-liter turbodiesel inline-6, rated at 660 lb-ft of torque (down as much as 270 lb-ft from the maximum rating with an automatic).
With the 6-foot-4 box seen here, it was rated bự tow 17,480 pounds, though the larger Mega Cab with dual rear wheels added another 4,000 pounds of towing capacity. Hop inside, and you’ll find more than just a manual transmission. The Laramie could be nicely outfitted with heated and cooled seats, parking sensors, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This 35,000-mile truck will set you back $67,444 from a dealer in Cheyenne, Wyoming. See Ram 2500 models for sale
Related:
5 Off-Road-Ready SUVs With Manual Transmissions on Autotrader
Stick-Shift Survivors: All the New Manual-Transmission Cars Still in Production
Five manual-transmission 2000s SUVs you’ve forgotten all about
 

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#FullSize #Pickups #Manual #Transmissions #Autotrader

The major makers built the last full-size pickup truck with a manual transmission in 2018, so you’ll have bự flip your calendar back a few years bự find one.
Fortunately, clutch pedals and gear levers sprouting from the floor were once somewhat common on full-size pickups.
Here’s a look at five of the coolest big MT pickups currently on Autotrader.

1. 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 LS Dually
Amazingly, this truck was just $27,824 new.

Just because an automaker allows you bự order a certain configuration doesn’t mean that anyone would actually do so. Then again, all it takes is one person bự sort through a massive options list bự configure something as bizarre as this regular-cab, one-ton dually (literally called out as “Big Dooley” on the included window sticker) with a turbodiesel, a manual transmission, and rear-wheel drive. This truck also got a reasonably high màn chơi of optional extras, including bucket seats separated by a center console.
The 6.5-liter turbodiesel was rated at 195 horsepower and 420 lb-ft with the manual. Amazingly, this truck was just $27,824 new. It appears bự have been staggeringly well-kept, and it now shows less than 44,000 miles. Although it lived in Tennessee since new, you can now find it at a dealer in Moonachie, New Jersey. See Chevrolet Silverado 3500 models for sale
2. 2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10
With 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, the Ram SRT10 was very fast.Dodge was having a lot of fun in the early 2000s when it decided bự slip a version of the Dodge Viper’s big 8.3-liter V10 into its lightest full-size pickup, a regular-cab, short-bed model with rear-wheel drive. Sure, an extended-cab version with an automatic existed, but what you really wanted if you were after truck insanity was this one.
With 500 hp and 525 lb-ft of torque, the Ram SRT10 was very fast — figure less than 5 seconds bự 60 mph (perhaps only half a second behind a Viper). Unlike so many other big pickups, it could also come bự a stop quickly. The lowered suspension, Bilstein shocks, and oversized anti-roll bars also gave it something resembling good handling. This yellow one at a dealer in Lodi, California, has just 700 miles, certainly making it one of the best around. See Dodge Ram models for sale
3. 1999 Ford F-250 XLT
With 275 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, this F250 was nearly as strong as a modern diesel.Sure, the Dodge Ram SRT-10 is an exercise in excess. But don’t forget Ford offered a 6.8-liter V10 in some of its biggest vehicles until just a few years ago. While it never made its way into anything sporty, this F-250 extended cab is arguably excessive, too. And it came with a manual transmission hooked up bự the 10-cylinder lump under the hood.
With 275 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, it was nearly as strong as a modern diesel. As seen here, it was rated bự tow 11,800 pounds. Somewhat amazingly, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes were optional; how far we’ve come. For $25,576, this F-250 at a dealer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, offers a lot of cylinders for the money. See Ford F-250 models for sale
4. 1997 Ford F-250 XLT
This F-250 came from the final year of production before Ford rebranded the trucks as Super Duty models.Truckmakers designed their heavy-duty models bự be put bự work hauling big trailers and beds full of cargo — often at the same time. It’s rare enough bự find a 10-year-old truck in great shape, let alone one that just celebrated its 25th birthday. But that’s just what this 7,000-mile 1997 Ford F-250 is. This F-250 came from the final year of production before Ford rebranded the trucks as Super Duty models and gave them distinct interior and exterior styling compared bự the F-150.
This particular truck at a dealer in Woodbury, New Jersey, is a well-equipped XLT with almost everything Ford could throw at it, including the 7.3-liter Powerstroke turbodiesel V8. At nearly $80,000, it’s more than a new F-250 XLT, but there’s something bự be said about nostalgia. You’re unlikely bự find a nicer one. See Ford F-250 models for sale
5. 2018 Ram 2500 Laramie
This 35,000-mile truck will set you back $67,444 from a dealer in Wyoming.If in 2018 you wanted bự say goodbye bự manual transmissions in full-size pickups, this was the way you did it. The Laramie was the highest trim màn chơi with a clutch pedal. Underhood, look for Ram’s 6.7-liter turbodiesel inline-6, rated at 660 lb-ft of torque (down as much as 270 lb-ft from the maximum rating with an automatic).
With the 6-foot-4 box seen here, it was rated bự tow 17,480 pounds, though the larger Mega Cab with dual rear wheels added another 4,000 pounds of towing capacity. Hop inside, and you’ll find more than just a manual transmission. The Laramie could be nicely outfitted with heated and cooled seats, parking sensors, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This 35,000-mile truck will set you back $67,444 from a dealer in Cheyenne, Wyoming. See Ram 2500 models for sale
Related:
5 Off-Road-Ready SUVs With Manual Transmissions on Autotrader
Stick-Shift Survivors: All the New Manual-Transmission Cars Still in Production
Five manual-transmission 2000s SUVs you’ve forgotten all about
 

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