- Used Truck FAQs
How Big Is The Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD?
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD is 266” long, 82” wide, and 80” tall. With seating for up to 5, the Silverado 2500HD features 43.03” of head room and 44.53” of leg room for the front passengers. In the back passengers will have 43.4” of leg room.
How Big Is The Ford F-250?
The Ford F-250 Super Duty truck is 250” long, 80” wide, and 81.5” tall. The interior provides ample room to comfortably seat 5 with 41” of head room, 43.9” of leg room for the front seats, and 43.6” of leg room for the back row.
Is The Toyota Tundra A Heavy Duty Truck?
The Toyota Tundra is so reliable and tough, you would be forgiven for thinking that the Tundra is a heavy duty truck. Technically, the Toyota Tundra is not considered a heavy duty truck, but for most drivers the Toyota Tundra has more than enough horsepower and towing capacity to get the job done.
Are Toyota Tundras Reliable?
Yes, Toyota trucks are considered to be some of the most reliable vehicles out there and the Toyota Tundra is no exception. The Toyota Tundra gets high marks for reliability, performance, and long-term dependability.
Which Trucks Get The Best Gas Mileage?
Newer trucks can offer some of the best gas mileage. For example, the 2019 Ford Ranger and the 2018 Chevy Colorado both offer 25 MPG highway or better! You can filter our inventory of used trucks by MPG to find the truck that best meets your needs.
Do Used Trucks Hold Their Value?
In general, pickup trucks hold resale value better than other body styles of vehicles. A used truck will hold the most resale value if it is properly maintained throughout its use. If the truck is in good condition, you can expect a used car dealer to offer you a fair trade-in value for the vehicle.In general, pickup trucks hold resale value better than other body styles of vehicles. A used truck will hold the most resale value if it is properly maintained throughout its use. If the truck is in good condition, you can expect a used car dealer to offer you a fair trade-in value for the vehicle.
When Do Trucks Need An Oil Change?
Most trucks have a recommended oil change interval between 5000 - 7500 miles if you're using conventional oil and between 10000 - 15000 miles if you're using full synthetic oil. Talk to the professionals in our service center to devise a car care plan that will keep your truck running like new for years to come.
Can You Repair My Truck?
Yes, we can repair trucks at our Longview, TX dealership. Patterson Truck Stop and Patterson Nissan collectively offer a variety of repair services by expert, certified technicians onsite.
Should I Go To The Dealership For Maintenance On My Truck?
Yes, you should take your truck to the dealership for maintenance, especially if you want premium and/or OEM (from the automaker) parts and products, such as oil and other fluids. The dealership is also the best option if your truck is still under warranty or if you are looking for experts specializing in your specific model of truck.
Do Used Trucks Come With A Warranty?
Not all used trucks come with a warranty under normal circumstances. However, Patterson Truck Stop offers a Free Lifetime Warranty on used trucks 10 years old or new, with fewer than 125,000 miles at the time of purchase.
What Is The Best Truck Warranty?
The best manufacturer pickup truck warranties tend to cover new trucks for 5-years/100,000 miles, but most manufacturers offer 5-years/60,000 miles or fewer. The Patterson Truck Stop warranty is the best truck warranty because it covers any qualifying make and model of truck we sell for as long as you own your vehicle.
Is Leasing A Truck A Good Idea?
Leasing a truck can be a good choice for buyers who want to drive a new truck with the latest features in exchange for a lower monthly payment than buying a truck with a loan. Trucks can be expensive purchases, but they also hold their value relatively well, so leasing a new truck can result in a lower monthly payment. Drivers interested in a good deal and affordable payments might also consider buying a used truck. The team at Patterson Truck Stop can explain your options and help you make the best decision.
Do I Need A Good Credit Score To Buy A Truck?
You don't need a perfect credit score to buy a truck. The financing department at Patterson Truck Stop can work with you to take advantage of the programs that are available and will make it as easy as possible to get approved for the financing option that works best for you.
Do I Need A Good Credit Score To Get A Car Loan?
No! You don't need a perfect credit score to get a car loan. Although a higher credit score can lead to better interest rates, there are lots of programs that exist to help buyers with financial issues in their past get approved for financing. The financing department at Patterson Truck Stop can work with you to take advantage of the programs that are available and will make it as easy as possible to get approved for the financing option that works best for you.
What Is The Free Lifetime Warranty At Patterson Truck Stop?
The Patterson Truck Stop Lifetime Warranty is the best truck warranty around, but it's not just for trucks: it also applies to every qualifying used vehicle we sell. Learn more on our Free Lifetime Warranty page.
Can I Finance A Pre-Owned Truck?
You can choose to finance a pre-owned truck if this method of payment works best for you, and the selling price of the vehicle is at least a few thousand dollars. Financing isn’t only limited to new vehicles.
Are Used Cars More Expensive Now?
If used cars seem more expensive it might be because they are considered to be a savvier, more affordable option than buying a new car, which in turn means that there is a strong demand for used cars. As a result, used cars are holding their value. This can work to the advantage of car buyers with a used car to trade in or potential buyers who want to make a smart purchase. Overall, it is a great time to choose to buy a used vehicle. Patterson Truck Stop has a large inventory of used cars, trucks, and SUVs that come with a Free Lifetime Warranty.
Does Patterson Truck Stop Sell Used Cars?
Patterson Truck Stop has a massive inventory of pre-owned vehicles of every kind. We have sedans, trucks, and SUVs from just about every manufacturer. You can shop for affordable cars under $15,000 or late-model SUVs with the latest features in one convenient location!
What Is The Best Place To Buy A Truck At?
It can be a smart choice to buy a truck from a dealership. The best dealerships offer a wide selection of trucks in a variety of makes and models. Patterson Truck Stop is the best dealership to buy your next truck, because in addition to our massive inventory and affordable prices, we offer a Free Lifetime Warranty on virtually every truck we sell.
Where Is Patterson Truck Stop Located?
Patterson Truck Stop is located in the heart of Longview, TX at 1201 McCann Rd. Click here for directions.
What Hours is Patterson Truck Stop Open?
Patterson Truck Stop is open Monday through Friday, 8:30AM - 7PM and Saturday, 9:00M - 6:00PM. Click here for hours and directions.
How Do I Know if my Brake Pads Need to be Replaced?
Your brake pads need to be replaced if they are exhibiting any signs of excessive wear. If you are hearing a screeching or grinding sound when you apply pressure to the brakes, your brake pads likely need to be replaced.
Does Patterson Truck Stop Sell Parts For My Truck?
Our team at Patterson Truck Stop does sell parts as part of repair services. Although we don’t sell parts outside of a service repair, we do install new truck parts during service requests.
Does Patterson Truck Stop Sell All Types of Vehicles?
Yes! You can find high-quality used cars, SUVs, and minivans for sale at the pre-owned supercenter at Patterson Truck Stop.
What are the Benefits of Buying a Used Truck?
The benefits of buying a used truck depend on mostly where you buy it. Most used trucks at Patterson Truck Stop come with our FREE Lifetime Warranty, which makes us a premier used truck dealer in East Texas. And another benefit of buying a used truck is you can usually get more features and a higher trim level for the same price as a brand new truck with fewer features and/or a lower trim level.