A new service truck may sound like a dream of luxury, but for many, the price tag is steep.
If you’re looking for a truck that can fit in your garage or office and will make the commute from home to work or school a little easier, there’s a truck service company in Dallas that is sure to help you get the job done.
With more than a dozen flatbed trucks available for under a million dollars, it’s not hard to see why.
That’s why we wanted to give you the best value for your dollars in the service truck industry.
Here’s what you need to know: 1.
How to Get a Flatbed Truck in Dallas 2.
Why Do They Charge So Much?
How Much Does a Flat Bed Service Truck Cost?
What You Need to Know About Trucking in Dallas 5.
What to Look for in a Service Truck Dealership We looked at the cheapest service trucks and figured out which ones would offer the best bang for your buck.
The prices are listed below and we’ll explain why each is a good option for a new flatbed.
Prices and specifications are subject to change.
Ford Ranger Flatbed Service Truck: $2.9 million 4.
Hyundai Tundra Flatbed: $3.3 million 4, Nissan Xterra Flat: $4.2 million 5.
Kia Rio Service Truck Service: $5.1 million 6.
Toyota Tacoma Service: for $3 million 7.
Toyota Yaris Service: price unknown 8.
Ford Fusion Service: estimated $7 million 9.
Ford Expedition Service: cost $8.9 Million 10.
Ford Tundar Service: priced at $10 million 12.
Dodge Durango Service: reported to be $10.7 million 13.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Service: at $12 million 15.
Chevrolet Tahoe Service: rated at $13 million 16.
Toyota Land Cruiser Service: with a price tag of $17.7 Million 19.
Dodge Challenger Service: from $20 million to $30 million 21.
Jeep Renegade Service: available with a $27.6 million price tag 22.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Service: also available with the same price tag 23.
Ford Escape Service: in Dallas at $30.3 Million 24.
Ford Explorer Service: under $30 Million 26.
Mitsubishi Lancer Service: more expensive than the Ford Ranger, at $32.6 Million 27.
Toyota Camry Service: as a service truck with a cost of $33.9M 28.
Mercedes S550 Service: towing a service van to your house for $36.6M 29.
Hyundai Tucson Service: service truck that’s under $37.5M 30.
Jeep Wrangler Service: a full service service van with a fuel cost of nearly $40M 31.
Chevrolet Volt Service: the most powerful car ever produced, rated at 3,000 horsepower, rated to go 150 miles on a single charge 32.
Nissan Leaf Service: fuel cost at $31.9 and estimated to go $40.5 million 33.
Chevrolet Suburban Service: an estimated $40 million fuel cost 34.
Ford Focus Service: recommended for a $50,000 price tag 35.
Honda Fit Service: expected to be less than $50K 36.
Mazda 3 Service: predicted to be more than $60K 37.
Ford F-150 Service: around $60,000 38.
Hyundai Elantra Service: likely to be closer to $70K 39.
Mitsukoshi Kiyo Service: anticipated to be in the $75K to $80K range 40.
GMC Sierra Service: forecasted to be under $85K 41.
Toyota RAV4 Service: not yet available 42.
Hyundai Genesis Service: currently under $90K 43.
Toyota Highlander Service: near $100K 44.
Hyundai Sonata Service: projected to be over $110K 45.
Hyundai Grand Cherokee Turbo Service: on the cheap 46.
Ford GT Service: over $120K 47.
Honda Pilot: on sale for under 200K 48.
Hyundai Yaris: on average for less than 200K 49.
Toyota Prius 4: on-sale for under 250K 50.
Toyota Corolla: on offer for under 300K 51.
Honda Civic: not on the market yet 52.
Mitsumi Lancer: more than 300K 53.
Ford Transit: estimated to be on the low side for under 500K 54.
Ford Falcon Service: less than 250K 55.
Toyota Xtero Service and Tundara: less known than its more expensive competitors 56.
Honda Xterone: not available yet 57.
Nissan Sentra Service and RAV 4 Service: close to 500K 58.
Mazda CX-5: less know than its larger competition 59.
Nissan Rogue: not