Pickup trucks aren’t what they used to be. Though a stripped-down work truck is available for every make and model, the luxury really tops out these days. Some of these range-topping trims can option out near six figures, and modern luxury pickup trucks are are all but a high-end office space with a big pickup truck bed full of cargo space in the back.
So, you don’t have to sacrifice luxurious leather and modern infotainment to have all the cargo and capability of a pickup truck. Heated and cooled seats, higher-quality interior materials, and the best infotainment options come standard. Luxury pickup trucks carry high price tags, but they are truly come with all the bells and whistles.
Chevrolet Silverado High Country
The Chevy Silverado is an iconic pickup truck and the High Country trim is the highest trim level. This truck does not disappoint in the way of options. You’ll find sleek, well-crafted surfaces and plush leather seats. And, if all the standard features aren’t enough, there are plenty of available options. Car and Driver reports a $54,595 starting price for the 2020 Chevy Silverado High Country.
According to US News and World Report, the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado High Country trim comes standard with just about everything you could want in a luxury pickup truck. It’s equipped with an 8-inch display, blind-spot monitoring, and parking sensors on the front and rear. Additionally, this fancy Chevy pickup truck gives you a Bose sound system, ventilated bucket seats up front, heated rear seats, a power-sliding back window, a wireless charging station, and rear cross-traffic alert.
Ram 1500 Limited
Another luxury truck of 2020 is the Limited trim Ram 1500 pickup truck. With a stylish updated exterior and an interior cabin space that is what US News and World Report describes as “handsome, functional, and nicely equipped.” Car and Driver shows a starting price of $55,110 for the 2020 Ram 1500 Limited.
In terms of sheer luxurious aura, the Ram 1500 is one of the best. The range-topping Limited trim includes quite a bit in the way of standard equipment. Inside the Ram 1500 Limited, you’ll find a 12-inch touch screen display. There’s also blind-spot monitoring, a rear cross-traffic alert system, a unique active air suspension setup, a wireless charging dock, and power running boards.
However, this standard package does offer quite as much value. If you want the upgraded Harman Kardon audio, ventilated back seats, or an extra bundle of safety features like parking assist and adaptive cruise control, you’ have to tack on a Level 1 equipment group for $2,995––according to US News and World Report.
Ford F-150 Limited
The Ford F-150 caps out in a trim with the Limited name as well. However, according to Car and Driver, it’s $69,080 price tag is around $10 grand steeper than the other two on this list. The 2020 Ford F-150 Limited is decked out.
This high grade, upscale range-topper includes the hulky 450 horsepower turbocharged V6 engine. Plus, standard extras like the double panel moonroof, adaptive cruise control, and pretty much any other feature possible for the 2020 F-150. Additionally, there is a parking camera with a surround view and lane keep assist. However, while 2020 Chevrolet Silverado High Country and the 2020 Ram 1500 Limted both offer the option for a few different engines, the F-150 Platinum luxury pickup truck is only available with the power turbocharged V6.
Luxury pickup truck
Luxury isn’t exactly the first priority that comes to mind for a pickup truck. Trucks have long been design for utility and the ability to get the job done. Now, pickup trucks can offer a lot more than just the workhorse attitude.
There are a lot of good pickup trucks out there, but these three are the most luxurious pickup trucks of 2020. Some prefer the 2020 Chevy Silverado High Country. Others will want a 2020 Ram 1500 Limited. Then there are those who like the 2020 Ford F-150 Limited. No matter which you choose, you’ll get a truck far more coddling than most.