The best things to look for in a used truck, much less any used vehicle, is gas mileage and engine condition. Gas mileage is for gauging deterioration and checking engine condition is key or else you will buy a car while having to pay for the repairs as well.
Well this would depend on what size of pick up truck you are referring to but the top ten best gas mileage pick up trucks of 2011 list the Dodge Ram 1500 as most fuel efficient.
Typical gas mileage for gasoline operated RVs is about 8 mpg.
The amount of gas it takes to start up a pickup truck depends on what type of truck and its engine. The amount used to start up the engine is not significant.
I owned a 71 SuperBug and the highway gas mileage was 28-32.
It would all depend on the gas mileage for the truck and the price of gas.
A good 4x4 small truck with good gas mileage is a Chevy or ford pickup truck. Those have always been some of the small 4x4 trucks that have had good gas mileage.
The best way to find out the gas mileage on your diesel truck would be to go to the popularmechanics.com website. I don't know which year, make or model this particular truck is therefore the mileage would depend.
Depends on gearing and if it is a gas/diesel motor, I've worked at a Uhaul center in college and the gas(460/6.8 V-10) trucks averaged 7mpg, and diesels(7.3) 8 1/2- 10 miles per gallon.
No one truck, no one answer. It will depend on the fuel mileage for the truck in question.
Depends on the fuel mileage of the truck in question.
17 city and 20highway
that depends on the mileage on the truck, driver, outside conditions, speed and if it is gas or diesel. is it a 1500, 2500 or 3500?
you may have changed the tire size which will give you incorrect mileage hence causing an erroneous gas mileage reading.
about 8 miles per gallon of diesel