Quality Used Trucks Available at ACV's Online Truck Auctions

Pickup trucks are a staple of American culture. They conjure up images of hard workers, ranchers, and farmers. A pickup truck is like a multitool and can be anything from a daily commuter vehicle to a workhorse. Truck sales have picked up over the past few years. More and more consumers are turning to these reliable favorites.

ACV online auto auctions have a selection of quality used trucks for auction.

As a car dealer deciding what used trucks to buy, you’ll need to stay on top of a few key trends and demographics. These will empower you to source quality used auction trucks that you can sell to your customer base.

Trends in Used Trucks

The truck industry is as variable as its buyers. The traditional pickup truck was big and not too fancy, but buyers are starting to want more. Expect to see more luxurious features, electric options, and compact trucks in the coming years. Watch for auction trucks that embody these trends at used truck auctions.

Luxury Trucks

While the concept of luxury trucks may seem like an oxymoron, it’s the next step in the truck industry. Who says you can’t have a powerful working vehicle with luxurious features? The addition of premium materials, heated and massaging seats, and more technology are changing the way people see trucks. Trucks are starting to have even more trim options to give buyers a smoother, more luxurious ride.

Electric Trucks

Trucks have been the slowest vehicle type to expand into the electric vehicle market. Only a few electric pickup trucks hit the market in 2022, including the GMC Hummer and Ford F-150 Lightning. However, more electric trucks are projected to be released in the coming years. Between high fuel prices and the popularity of other electric vehicles, electric trucks are already in high demand.

Compact Trucks

Car buyers are starting to consider compact trucks over crossovers. Small trucks empower owners to tackle more DIY projects, which appeals to Millennials. Compact trucks can beat crossovers in space and power, while beating larger trucks in gas mileage and price. They are the perfect vehicle for an urban car buyer who wants more power. Truly, the best of both worlds.

Demographic and Regional Popularity

On average, truck buyers are millennial men, but women comprise 46 percent of pickup truck buyers. And there’s a solid number of people who buy trucks in each age demographic.1

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Best Selling Truck Models

Because used trucks can be a big investment, dealerships should stay on top of bestsellers. Knowing what car buyers want in a truck and which trucks consistently sell will help you stock smart. ACV work truck auctions offer high-quality and powerful trucks from all your favorite brands. With ACV, you can buy auction cars online.

So what are the best-selling flatbed trucks in 2022? Check out our list below

Ford F-Series

The timeless Ford F-Series Truck has been America’s best-selling truck for 44 years in a row. It’s a series of light-duty trucks equipped for everything from city driving to work on a farm. In recent years, Ford has introduced more luxury trim options. They include genuine wood accents, heated and ventilated seats, and added technology. Ford’s diesel engine option offers 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque.5 Ford also stepped into the new electric truck market in 2022 with the Model F-150 Lightning.

A black Ford F-150 Truck in a crowded dealer parking lot
Dodge Ram Pickup

The powerful Ram Pickup truck is another all-American favorite. The Ram truck series is composed of six models: Ram 1500 TRX, Ram 1500, Ram 1500 Classic, Ram 2500, Ram 3500, and Ram Chassis Cab. Over the past few years, Ram has prioritized integrating safety and connectivity technology in their trucks. The Ram TRX’s legendary engine has 702 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque.5 Dodge’s first electric truck, the Ram 1500 EV was announced for 2024. 

A white Dodge Ram Pickup in a busy dealer parking lot
Chevrolet Silverado

The robust Chevrolet Silverado is known for its design. The styling on the sides and long truck bed options make this truck a favorite. The Chevy truck is highly customizable, offering a variety of cab and bed sizes, as well as engine types. The Chevrolet Silverado 1500’s most powerful engine option has 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque.5 The crew cab pickup option even makes it a roomy option for families. Chevrolet recently announced their entrance into the electric vehicle industry. The Chevy Silverado EV will be available in the Summer of 2024. 

A Grey Chevrolet Silverado in a busy dealer parking lot
GMC Sierra

The tough GMC Sierra is both a workhorse and a luxury truck. Sierra's can fit the whole crew with many options, including an extended cab. The 2022 models brought an updated infotainment system, a partially autonomous driving system, and new trim options. Most significantly, the Denali trim. This trim includes a signature chrome Denali grille, heated seats, more connectivity, and even a wifi hotspot. The interior has real leather and wood touches, along with detailed stitching. The most powerful GMC truck, the GMC Sierra 2500 HD has 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque.5 GMC has announced a GMC Sierra EV for 2024.

A white GMC Sierra on an unpaved parking lot
Toyota Tacoma

The rugged Toyota Tacoma is known for its dependability and durability. The Tacoma can withstand almost anything, making it a favorite for off-roading or inclement weather. It even has a rust-proof frame, so it holds up well in harsher climates. The Tacoma is outfitted with advanced safety technologies and connectivity options. The Toyota Tacoma’s most powerful engine has 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque.6 Toyota is currently working on a Toyota Tacoma EV model for 2024.

A red Toyota Tacoma in a full dealer parking lot

Find Great Deals at ACV’s Online Truck Auctions Today

Used trucks can be a great investment for your dealership. The chip shortage of 2020 and 2021 hit the truck industry hard, but it’s bouncing back. Still, new truck prices are high and car buyers are considering used trucks. Source used trucks for your dealership with ACV’s gasoline, EV, and diesel truck auctions.

So, how do online car auctions work? At ACV truck auctions, our market report uses real-time data to provide a price range for a vehicle. It's based on VIN or Year/Make/Model/Trim, so you never overpay. Our powerful search filters allow you to easily zero in on the used trucks you're looking for. Or get alerts the moment they hit the auction block.

For even more convenience, simply select ACV Transportation after you win the auction. And we’ll handle the rest with our seamlessly integrated service.

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