How to Choose the Best Pickup Truck for Your Business
- Time of issue:2022-06-24 17:51
How to Choose the Best Pickup Truck for Your Business
- Time of issue:2022-06-24 17:51
In the eyes of many people, choosing a pickup truck is the same as choosing an ordinary car. Choose a color, look at the engine parameters, and look at the interior decoration. Once you consider what you'll be doing with your pickup truck, and the growing number of styles and options for pickup trucks on the market, you may be at a loss.
Read this article as we give you some tips on how to choose a pickup truck (with customer reviews)
What is the definition of a pickup truck
Generally, pickup trucks not only have the comfort of a car, but also have a stronger cargo capacity and the ability to adapt to poor road surfaces than a car. According to China's "General Technical Conditions for Multipurpose Trucks", pickup trucks should:
Pickup truck body structure: with a long head body and cab structure, open cargo box (can be installed with a cargo top cover)
No more than 5 people
The maximum design total mass is not more than 3500KG
How to choose the best pickup truck for you?
The right budget
Pickup trucks are utility vehicles, so they are a bit more expensive than regular sedans. Trucks are expensive. They're utility vehicles that offer many of the creature comforts you'll find in a premium car. So if you've only owned a car in the past, the price hike will be staggering. Given these higher prices, it's a good idea to check your budget before starting to spec your truck. If you're buying a truck for personal use, follow the 15% guideline that generally applies to car purchases: Your truck payment should not exceed 15% of your gross take-home pay. To lower your monthly payment amount, you may need to make a large down payment.
If the truck is for work, talk to your company's financial advisor and set a budget for the truck based on business growth projections. In this way, the truck will still meet your company's needs for years to come. Also, consider whether you want to buy a new or used truck, and whether a truck lease makes sense.
Buying an affordable pickup truck is a very wise investment for both individuals and businesses.
Your planned use
Often the choice of a pickup truck is more about being able to run your business better, so how you plan to use the truck will guide you through many of the choices that follow.
If it's just for the pleasure of driving, then some mid-size pickups might be your best option, as they're easier to drive and park.
But more often than not, it's about choosing the right pickup truck for your business, so it's important to have a clear understanding of the type of work you do. Once you know what you're going to carry, find out its weight and make sure to include the weight of the full bike. This information will help you choose between light and heavy duty pickups.
The right size
Correctly sizing your truck is important. If you save power, the truck may not be able to deliver what you need. Likewise, if you choose more trucks than you need, it will cost more to buy and fill. Plus, you'll have a hard time fitting into a parking lot or narrow driveway. Most experts would recommend slightly overestimating your requirements. A good rule of thumb is 10% more capacity than you need.
Identifying two size categories (medium and full size) and two separate classifications (light and heavy) can be more difficult for the layman. These different variants also have their own tradeoffs, many of which are not immediately obvious unless you are already familiar with their unique properties. While midsize cars have smaller cabs and cargo beds and can't tow as well as full-size pickups, their lower asking prices and smaller proportions make them easier to use in tight spaces, such as parking lots and various closures - Road conditions. They're also easier to get in and out of than their larger counterparts, and are generally more fuel efficient. Full-size trucks are more diverse than mid-size trucks, mainly because most of them are available in light and heavy duty variants.
Driving experience is a must for any type of vehicle, even the most economical and cheapest pickup truck. Pickup trucks come in three main cab sizes. The most basic are regular taxis (aka single-person taxis). This configuration has only two doors and typically accommodates up to three passengers. The next dimension is the extended cab, which includes a rear seat and smaller rear doors. The largest and most popular cab is the Crew Cab. With four doors and the widest rear seat, this configuration helps optimize the truck's usability.
Keep in mind that cab size may affect the length of the bed, this is the next choice you will make. In other words, if you want a standard length truck and a crew cab, a larger cab takes the length away from the truck chassis. If you want a bigger cab and a long bed, you end up with a longer wheelbase and a truck that's harder to park and maneuver.
Know the limits of your performance
Everything is based on your final needs.
For some buyers, choosing the right engine spec will be a balance between having enough power and getting good fuel economy. Trucks have long been known for guzzlers. But manufacturers now offer more engine choices than ever before, and many are more fuel-efficient than in the past.
Another option has to do with the axle ratio. Pickup trucks can often be configured with a range of optional axle ratios, and your choice will directly affect the vehicle's fuel economy and towing capacity. In short, the higher the axle ratio number, the more you can tow, but the less fuel efficient you are. For example, a truck with the optional 3.73 gear will be able to tow more than a 3.55 or 3.21 gear.
Unfortunately, the fuel economy information on the window stickers doesn't reflect these differences. You just need to know that any axle ratio you see on the "options" side of the window sticker will reduce the fuel economy rating printed on the sticker.
Automakers like to advertise the maximum capacity of their pickups, especially heavy-duty pickups, but these ratings are almost always specific to unpopular configurations and unconventional towing methods. The same logic applies to payload capacity. This is one reason why anyone planning to tow or haul on a regular basis needs to consider body style configuration and mechanical specifications before making a final decision. It is also a good idea to overestimate the necessary capabilities to avoid potentially unsafe conditions.
What do our users say?
For many users of JMC pickup trucks, getting these durable tools at an affordable price to help them get rich has been an extremely successful investment. For a wider range of ordinary users, what qualities are more important and more attractive in pickup trucks, listen to what they have to say.
It's the second helper in my orchard
Taking care of an orchard is not an easy task, and it is even more difficult for one person to take care of an orchard well. Among the many orchards, Liu Xiaofeng's orchard is particularly outstanding. Neat branches, ripe fruits, everything seems to be in good order, and all this is inseparable from her careful care. Ms. Liu said that because her husband had other jobs, she was in charge of the entire orchard by herself. Although there were some difficulties in starting a business, she survived all the way.
Ms. Liu also specially mentioned her good helper for starting a business - JMC pickup, "It has long been known among its peers for its fuel-saving and durable advantages, and the rear bucket has a large space and can be pulled more at a time, and the comfort is also good. Sometimes it is often necessary to Running on dirt roads and bad roads in the countryside, JMC's pickup trucks can also be delivered efficiently.”
A durable pickup is a good pickup
Ten years ago, Mr. Zeng came to Hainan and started a cantaloupe business. Because of business needs, he purchased a pickup truck to pull goods and travel. In Mr. Zeng's opinion, the durability of the skin is the most important thing. Driving this JMC Collection, Mr. Zeng's career has grown bigger and bigger, and now he is the "King of Cantaloupe" with more than two million melon fields. "After running 150,000 kilometers in three years, this car is durable!" Mr. Zeng commented on JMC's pickup truck.
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