Pickup Trucks, or light-duty trucks, are a classification of consumer vehicle characterized by an enclosed front cab with an open cargo area on the back. Although they were originally designed for their powerful working capabilities, the pickup truck today is commonly purchased as a lifestyle choice while retaining the various utility functions ranging from working and camping to transporting large items and passengers. The cargo bed of a pickup truck comes standard with low protective sides and a tailgate for access. Pickup trucks can also be equipped with a camper shell to convert the cargo bed into a small motorhome.
Pickup Trucks are light duty trucks with an enclosed front cab and an open rear cargo area.
Pickup Trucks are common utility vehicles that were first designed for work functions. Today, Pickup Trucks are continue to haul and transport goods, but they are increasingly used for passenger and recreational purposes.
The Ford F-150 has been the best selling vehicle in the US since 1982.