If you’re in the market for a used pickup, don’t just visit any Cincinnati used truck dealership: make your way to McCluskey Chevrolet for the best and most diverse selection of light and heavy-duty pickup trucks. Not only do we stock a huge variety of choices, but our commitment to everyday low prices means you’ll never pay a premium at McCluskey Chevrolet.
What are you looking for in a pickup? Some buyers need the basics – a capable work truck at a great price with plenty of towing and hauling power. They say no thanks to the extra bells and whistles, opting instead for a mighty diesel powerplant and durable interior finishes. For these buyers, we stock affordable half-ton pickups that get the job done, along with a large assortment of heavy-duty commercial-grade models.
If luxury is more your style, we suggest a top-of-the-line Chevy Silverado High Country or a Ram 1500 Limited. These trucks look more like European luxury sedans inside, except they’re supersized for buyers that want a big cabin for the whole family. Giant infotainment touchscreens, leather seating surfaces, and advanced audio await buyers in this category.
Whatever’s on your wish list, chances are we’ve got it here at McCluskey Chevrolet. We take in low-mileage, high-quality trucks through trade constantly, and because we are the largest new car dealer, our inventory is constantly changing. We guarantee you’ll find the truck you want here on our lot. If it's not immediately available, our team of specially trained sales consultants will find it for you.
Are you looking to park a Chevy Silverado in your driveway? Good choice! The Silverado is a favorite American truck brand that’s been around for decades. The Silverado is a solid option for used truck buyers because of its industry-leading reliability and class-leading capability. You can choose from the half-ton light-duty 1500, a heavy-duty 3/4 ton 2500, or a one-ton 3500 in an assortment of trims and configurations.
From the humble two-door regular cab work truck to the top-of-the-line High Country, odds are if it’s on your wish list, you’ll find it within the Silverado lineup. Currently in its fourth generation, the Silverado used to be a trim within the C/K full-size Chevy truck lineup, but in 1999 it became the nameplate for the series. Off-lease 2019 models are just beginning to stream in, but there are also plenty of low mileage third-generation trucks on the market.
Chevy gave the third-gen Silverado a facelift in 2016, adding LED headlights and a suite of driver-assist systems. It echoed the luxury trend emerging in the pickup truck category as a whole, ushering in a new era of features like quilted leather seating, advanced infotainment, and power everything. Trims like the Silverado 1500 High Country embodied this trend, drawing a whole new crop of pickup truck buyers.
Off-roading enthusiasts will love the Silverado’s available Z71 package. Adding it to an upper-end trim gives buyers access to both rugged trail riding capability and next-level luxury. How do 20-inch wheels, an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen with turn-by-turn navigation, and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay connectivity sound? It’s especially enticing when paired with a 12,500-lbs max trailering capability.
The Silverado pickup truck lineup is a fan favorite because of its versatility. Most model years offer multiple powertrain options, including a diesel motor, along with the choice of two or four-wheel drive. Finding the perfect used Silverado for you is easy when the pool of options is this diverse.
When you want a true workhorse truck, you can’t go wrong with a Ford. Since 1975, Ford has manufactured the popular F-150 for commercial customers and everyday drivers alike. Along with the half-ton F-150, Ford manufactures a full lineup of heavy-duty commercial-grade trucks that include the F-250 and F350. More recent model years include a wide range of trims, even high-end luxury versions.
The old acronym First On Race Day applies to the exciting Ford Raptor, a performance-oriented pickup designed for drivers looking to dominate both on and off-road. The Raptor has been around off-and-on since 2010, first appearing as the Ford SVT Raptor, a truck most well-known for its desert racing prowess. F-150 Raptor models are known for having big motors, tons of torque and horsepower, and off-roading equipment like larger mud tires.
For those seeking traditional pickup truck capability without all the extra four-wheeling equipment, consider a truck from either the twelfth generation (2009 - 2014) or the thirteenth generation (2015 - 2020). Both generations feature F-150s built with lightweight aluminum body panels, fuel-efficient EcoBoost engines, and the thirteenth generation saw the birth of the ultra-luxurious F-150 Platinum. Also, thirteenth generation F-150s earned the first-ever five-star overall safety rating in the pickup truck category from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
The Ram pickup, formerly known as the Dodge Ram pickup, began its first generation in the 2010 model year following a long run under the Dodge nameplate that originally launched in 1981. The Ram pickup truck lineup is among the most awarded trucks in history, earning multiple Truck of the Year awards from Motor Trend.
Interestingly, the only newer full-size pickup truck you’ll find with a classic manual transmission is the Ram. Ram discontinued the option in 2018, but lucky buyers can still find several stick-shift Ram trucks on the used market. As cool as a stick shift might be, Ram trucks are mostly known for their stylish exteriors and upscale interiors. These trucks manage to deliver on capability and performance while also ticking all the comfort and convenience boxes.
Recently, suburban buyers have turned to upscale pickup trucks like Crew Cab Ram Limited models in droves as a cooler, more rugged substitute for a ubiquitous SUV. These buyers love the roomy cabin, high-end leather seating, and abundant infotainment technology. Even older Ram trucks possess luxury features, such as heated and ventilated seats, that differentiate them from a stereotypical brawny pickup.