To get the best used truck prices, browse truck listings online on multiple websites and look for trucks that are priced lower due to certain factors, such as an older body style or less popular configurations. Once you find a truck, research its value and use that when haggling the price.
Before shopping, consider the features you need in a truck based on how you plan to use it. Otherwise, you may pay extra for features you don't need.
While trucks usually hold their value well, certain factors reduce their value and allow you to save money. Once the manufacturer introduces a new body style for a truck, trucks with the previous body style drop in value. Trucks with less popular configurations, such as a V-6 instead of a V-8 engine or a manual instead of an automatic transmission, are also usually cheaper.
High mileage also reduces a truck's value. While wear and tear reduces the truck's lifespan, you can take the truck to a mechanic to determine its condition. If a responsible owner drove the truck and had it serviced regularly, it could still be in good condition.
Buyers usually shop locally for convenience, but expanding the search radius sometimes produces better deals. For a cheaper truck, it may be worthwhile for you to travel and pick it up.