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Whether you’re a pickup truck driver or an enthusiast, you’re probably curious about the most expensive truck options. What are these trucks like? Are they worth the money? Here, we count down nine of the world’s most expensive pickup trucks as compiled by U.S. News.

2018 Nissan Frontier: $33,560

The 2018 Nissan Frontier actually ranks low on our list of expensive trucks. It seats five, has four-wheel drive, and comes with two body styles: crew cab or extended cab. According to Consumer Reports, the Nissan Frontier drives somewhat stiffly and only gets 15 MPG.

2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2: $42,900

The Chevrolet Colorado is a small truck, which makes it easier to maneuver. It comes with either a V6 engine or a four-cylinder diesel, which respectively get 18 MPG and 24 MPG. This truck also comes with an infotainment system and lane departure warnings.

2019 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition: $43,420

The Honda Ridgeline has 4.7 stars on Edmunds. It can only tow 5,000 pounds, but it does have a number of other benefits. With a lockable trunk space in the bed, the Ridgeline gets 20 MPG — better than any other non-diesel pickup truck, according to Consumer Reports.

True to its name, the black edition comes with an entirely black interior. The vehicle handles well, with a quiet cab. However, it does have a complicated infotainment system.

2019 Ram 1500 Limited: $53,440

The 2019 Ram 1500 Limited comes with a 12-inch screen and a charging system for wireless devices. Comfortable and quiet, it’s more lightweight than previous generations, which makes for better mileage. The Ram seats three to six and has a four-wheel-drive option.

2018 GMC Sierra 3500HD Denali: $57,895

The Sierra 3500HD has a six-speed automatic transmission with a 6.6-liter turbodiesel and a 6-liter V8 engine. (The latter comes with a natural gas option.) This truck has a large, comfortable interior with an eight-inch infotainment system and heated seats. With a choice between a single or dual-wheel rear axle, you can add four-wheel-drive if you’d like.

2019 GMC Sierra Denali: $58,300

Despite its hefty price tag, the Sierra may not match up with its competitors. It has a 5.3-liter V8 engine and is 300 pounds lighter than the previous generation. While this improved its mileage, the 2019 GMC Sierra Denali’s considerable size means that it doesn’t drive particularly smoothly.

2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD High Country: $59,000

The heavy-duty Silverado 2500 has a towing capacity of 18,100 pounds and can get to 60 miles per hour in 8.2 seconds. Even with its impressive power, the Silverado 2500HD retains its comfort, with front and rear park assist and an intuitive infotainment system.

This particular trim also comes in exclusive interior colors. However, the Silverado 2500 does only get 14 MPG, less than the previous generation Silverado.

2018 Nissan Titan XD Platinum Reserve: $64,110

This truck has the highest base price on U.S. News’ list and is rated 4.4 stars on Edmunds. It comes with four-wheel drive and a Cummins diesel engine, as well as climate controlled seats. Additionally, the Titan XD comes with proximity activation — all of its lights come on when it detects you approaching with your key.

2019 Ford F-459 Limited: $86,505

This Ford tops the list of most expensive trucks. It comes with a turbodiesel V8 engine and an extra-wide front axle, which helps it turn more easily compared to other trucks this size. Additionally, it can tow up to 34,000 pounds.

The 2019 Ford F-459 Limited comes with two-tone leather seats, a heated steering wheel, and a SYNC 3 infotainment system. However, its tires can be particularly expensive to replace.