7 Luxury Trucks That Add Comfort to the Work Day

Don’t count luxury options out just yet; vehicles like these full-size pickup trucks can do it all. With upgraded leather interiors, substantial towing and payload capacity, and all of the technology buyers could want, these luxury pickup trucks check all of the boxes.

The Toyota Tundra Capstone is the newest luxury truck to hit the scene

The Toyota Tundra Capstone like this one is a new luxury truck
The Toyota Tundra Capstone is a new luxury truck | Toyota

The 2022 Toyota Tundra Capstone might be the newest luxury truck to join the club, Autoweek notes. One of the biggest advantages is the new 437 hp, 583 lb-ft of torque from the I-Force Max turbo-V6 hybrid powertrain hiding under the shiny hood. The frame is a new fully-boxed, high-strength steel frame ready to keep the truck stable. This also allows the Capstone truck to tow a maximum of 10,340 pounds, which is a respectable amount.

Engine: 3.5-liter V6; 437 hp, 583 lb-ft
Max Towing and Payload: 10,340 lbs, 1485 lbs
Price: $60,000 (tbd)

Don’t forget the Ford F-Series King Ranch luxury truck

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The 2021 Ford F-Series King Ranch is the ultimate luxury truck for some. It might not be the most luxurious truck, but it certainly does fancy-up the regular F-150. It also comes in the heavy-duty style on the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty platforms. Ford fans that need a little more will like the King Ranch luxury pickup truck.

Powertrain: 5.0-liter V8; 400 hp, 411 lb-ft
Max Towing and Payload: 13,000 lbs, 3325 lbs
Price: $57,710

For “Ultimate” luxury, check out the GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate

Another brand-new luxury pickup truck option is the 2022 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate. The GMC Sierra Denali is a good option if you are looking for luxury. The Ultimate is even more lux than the regular Denali, adding better cabin materials, more technology options (like GM SuperCruise), and a modified exterior.

Powertrain: 6.2-liter V8; 420 hp, 460 lb-ft
Max Towing and Payload: 9,100 lbs, 2,233 lbs
Price: $80,395

For the Chevrolet fans, the Silverado High Country is top-of-the-line

For some, the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado High Country is all that is needed. Chevrolet isn’t the most luxurious of automakers, but the Silverado High Country is a good option for Chevy fans. It offers an extra-plush work truck that can still dabble in the luxury truck atmosphere. SuperCruise is an option, as is an upgraded Bose audio system.

Powertrain: 5.3-liter V8; 355 hp, 383 lb-ft
Max Towing and Payload: 9,200 lbs, 2,060 lbs
Price: $59,795

Those loyal to the brand will like the Ram 1500 Limited luxury truck

As far as the 2021 Ram 1500 Limited goes, it has a lot to offer Ram fans. Leather interior, high-quality materials, and all the newest technology. It is still a 2021 though, so some of the 2022 options on the list might have more to offer. This one provides four-corner, self-leveling air suspension and a large touchscreen for controls.

Powertrain: 5.7-liter V8; 395 hp, 410 lb-ft
Max Towing and Payload: 11,540 lbs, 2,300 lbs
Price: $58,645

Check out the Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve

The 2021 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve is a luxury truck option from another Japanese automaker. The Titan truck received a considerable refresh in 2020, and the Platinum Reserve trim is the best it has to offer. The interior is full of leather; it comes with 20-inch wheels and a new satin chrome grille.

Powertrain: 5.6-liter V8; 400 hp, 413 lb-ft
Max Towing and Payload: 9,310 lbs, 1,680 lbs
Price: $58,135

These days, you can have a luxury truck that can handle whatever workload you throw at it. Although you might opt for a less luxurious pickup truck some days, these high-end options might spoil the ride.

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