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Whether you’ve got a job that requires a fair amount of heavy lifting or a passion for camping or boating, you’re thinking that your next new-to-you vehicle needs to be able to tow, haul, and do it all. Lucky for you, Your Minnesota Truck Headquarters of Forest Lake offers a huge selection of vehicles made for trailering and hauling — and we’re not just talking about pickup trucks, either. These trucks and SUVs are some of the best bets out there if you want a vehicle that’s as versatile as you.

Ford F-150

If you’re talking about a truck made for work, you just can’t have the conversation without tipping your hat toward the Ford F-150. Part of the bestselling F-Series lineup, the F-150 routinely tops the half-ton segment in terms of pure towing and payload power, with the most recent trucks topping out at 14,000 pounds. Ford pairs that raw strength with game-changing intellect, offering new F-150 trucks with work-smart features like Pro Trailer Backup Assist and Onboard Scales. And, of course, you have the added bonus of driving one of the most recognizable vehicles on planet Earth.

Chevrolet Tahoe

There’s not a lot about the Chevy Tahoe that isn’t big, whether it’s the looming-large curb appeal, the high-quality interior, or the fact that it seats up to eight people with room to spare. And what can you do with all the room inside a Chevrolet Tahoe? With nearly 123 cubic feet of overall cargo volume and close to a ton of max payload capacity, the answer is just about whatever you want. Not to be outdone, the three-engine lineup — including a robust Duramax turbo-diesel — and an Advanced Trailering System with four available trailer views means that the Tahoe is also a powerhouse when you need to do a bit of towing.

GMC Sierra HD

Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? The GMC Sierra HD shows that it’s entirely possible to have a world-class luxury vehicle that also just so happens to offer ridiculous towing and payload capabilities. The new GMC Sierra HD comes with a beefier version of the Duramax that gets more low-end torque and enables max towing of up to 36,000 pounds. And if you love a truck that can play as hard as it works, the Sierra HD is available as the kickass AT4, which comes as off-road-ready as heavy-duty trucks get, and the extra-luxurious Denali and Denali Ultimate.

Toyota Tacoma

The big’ns don’t get to have all the fun, not when you’ve got a midsize truck like the Toyota Tacoma. The top-selling pickup continues to raise its reputation as the go-to weekend-ready truck, and a big part of that comes down to empowering you to take your favorite toys along with you. A new Tundra can tow 6,800 pounds or carry up to 1,155 pounds of payload when properly equipped, making it plenty useful for pop-up campers, boats, and more. And Toyota is only raising the stakes again with the all-new Tacoma, which gets an electrified i-FORCE MAX powertrain and off-road-focused Trailhunter model.


Jeep Wagoneer

When Jeep puts its mind to something, you better believe the payoff is going to be something special. Look at the Wagoneer for all the proof you need to that point. This beautifully crafted SUV puts a distinctly American spin on the luxury vehicle, hitting that sweet spot between premium and power to exceptional effect. And because the Wagoneer comes from the same cloth as Jeep, it means it can do a whole lot more wowing when put to the test — including towing up to 10,000 pounds when properly equipped, topping all other large SUVs out there.

Looking for a great truck or SUV that does a little bit of everything and does it all well? Your Minnesota Truck Headquarters of Forest Lake is here to help. Check out our huge selection of vehicles online and contact us when you’re ready to take a test drive.  
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