Hard-working professionals deserve to operate the most capable and most comfortable trucks that the industry has to offer. Heavy-duty models can tow, can literally carry tons of payload and offer the nicest accommodations for the crew. Beyond the 2023 model year, this class of trucks will welcome many facelifted workhorses and we will be the first one to let you know about the changes.
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#1 2024 Chevy Silverado 2500/3500HD
The shortest description of the facelifted Chevy HD duo is that they become flashier, more capable and have a much longer diagonal of screens in side the cabin. All of the trims are wearing a fresh face with a redesigned grille.
#2 2023 Ford Super Duty
2023 Ford Super Duty debuts refreshed styling, new standard engine, sophisticated cabin tech, and embedded 5G.
#3 2023 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty Rebel
2023 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty Rebel is a new off-road oriented version of the entry level Ram HD that offers 11.1 inch of ground clearance and gets a unique off-road suspension.
#4 GMC Sierra 2500/3500 HD
Since mechanically the Sierra HD is nearly an identical twin to the Silverado HD, the 2024 facelift introduces the same upgrades to its underhood business. Namely, a 10 speed Allison automatic tranny for the gasoline V8 and a mightier 6.6L Duramax V8 Diesel.
#5 2023 Nissan Titan and Titan XD
Rumored to be discontinued within a year or two, 2023 Nissan Titan and Titan XD bring no major revisions and stay true to their usual truck formula.