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In the past few years, I’ve driven all the major full-size pickup trucks sold in the US: the Ford F-150, the Chevy Silverado, the RAM 1500, and the Toyota Tundra. Of these pickups, the Ford, Chevy, and RAM are either all new or redesigned in the past five years; the Toyota is a bit long in the tooth but is due for an update. Here’s a rundown of the best features of these four full-size pickup trucks. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. In the USA, we sure do love pickup trucks. Especially full-size pickups, which are at the heart of the market. Since 2014, Ford, Chevy, and RAM the Big Three of pickup brands have each redesigned their bread-and-butter (Meat and potatoes?) truck. I’ve driven them all, but I’ve also checked out the Toyota Tundra, a solid pickup that sells outside the top three, and that hasn’t been revamped for a while. These are all pretty good trucks, and for this roundup, I’ve highlighted some of their best features (by the way, I skipped towing because all four trucks can tow weight that’s within the expectations of this class). See the rest of the story at Business Insider See Also: VW is investing $2.6 billion in ArgoAI following a cash infusion from Ford, valuing the self-driving-car startup at more than $7 billion I took a $120 Blade helicopter flight from midtown Manhattan to JFK Airport here’s what it was like Tropical Storm Barry is set to wreak havoc on weekend travel here’s what you need to know about flights FOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content!