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The Ford Raptor changed the pickup truck game when it dropped in 2010, giving us a lifted, off-road capable truck straight from the factory that had generous power to spare. It has basically been uncontested in the overpowered off-road truck class. Until now!
Is there any more terrifying thought than spending a bunch of money on a car only to find out that it’s just plain horrible? Unreliable, underpowered, unsafe, low-quality. Well, luckily for you, I’m here to save you that heartbreak. In this article, I’ll be going through some absolutely horrible cars from the last 20 years that you should never ever ever buy. These are the horrible cars that’ll make you regret you ever bought them!
Rule #1: a truck is not an investment. Rule #2? See rule #1. Nissans, Chevys, and Fords… oh my! Trucks in America are way more popular than cars, and it’s easy to see why! They can handle everything you throw at them, they’re your best friend in the snow, and they can take you and all your friends on the roads less traveled. But buying a new truck is a guaranteed way to lose a ton of money, so I’m going to show you 9 trucks that lose the most money in 5 years, starting with the biggest loser, and ending with the least depreciated. And the good news is that the last truck on this list lost only 25% of its value in the first 60 months of ownership! That's crazy when you consider that most trucks lose more than that in just the first year, especially when you mod them!