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Where to Find Used Pickup Trucks in Omaha, NE

Published on Mar 15, 2024 by Schrier Automotive

There are hundreds upon hundreds of options from which to choose when shopping for a vehicle, especially if you’re shopping for a used vehicle because that opens up tons of choices that aren’t even in production anymore. Whether you’re in the market for a new or used vehicle, it’s difficult to go wrong with a pickup truck. There’s surely more than one reason that the best-selling vehicles year after year for the past several are all trucks. So, if you’re trying to find used pickup trucks in the Omaha, Nebraska, area, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got tons of different used truck options available right here at Schrier Automotive.

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Which pickup trucks are available?

The nice thing about being a used car dealership is that we’re not restricted to any number of brands or types of vehicle. Rather, we’re only restricted by which vehicles residents of the area and beyond trade into us. While that means we can’t guarantee a specific make or model at any given time, we do almost always have a large selection of pickup trucks from which to choose. Whether you’re looking for a compact, a midsize, a full-size or even a heavy-duty truck, there’s a good chance we’ll have something to suit your needs.


With that said, we can at least list off all of the pickup trucks that are currently in production across the market. This should give you a solid idea of what could potentially become available, so that you know on which makes and models to do further research:

  • Chevy Colorado
  • Chevy Silverado 1500
  • Chevy Silverado 2500HD
  • Chevy Silverado 3500HD
  • Ford Maverick
  • Ford Ranger
  • Ford F-150
  • Ford F-150 Lightning
  • Ford F-150 Raptor
  • Ford F-250
  • Ford F-350
  • Ford F-450
  • GMC Canyon
  • GMC Sierra 1500
  • GMC Sierra 2500HD
  • GMC Sierra 3500HD
  • GMC HUMMER EV Pickup
  • Honda Ridgeline
  • Hyundai Santa Cruz
  • Jeep Gladiator
  • Nissan Frontier
  • Nissan Titan
  • RAM 1500
  • RAM 1500 TRX
  • RAM 2500
  • RAM 3500
  • Toyota Tacoma
  • Toyota Tundra
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What’s the difference between segments?

If you’re new to the truck game, you might look at vehicles like the RAM truck and wonder what the difference between 1500, 2500 and 3500 is. These are quick indicators for the truck’s size, but more specifically the capacity that the trucks could handle when they were first introduced. 1500 represents a half ton, 2500 three-quarters of a ton and 3500 a full ton. These days, trucks can accommodate much more weight than that, but the naming scheme remains because it’s easy to tell the difference in power even if they might not be specific or accurate anymore.


That said, there are actually four different types of pickup trucks, with the 1500 models belonging to one and both the 2500 and 3500 models belonging to another. The four types of trucks include, as we mentioned earlier, compact, midsize, full-size and heavy-duty. Trucks like the RAM 2500 and 3500 are both heavy-duty trucks, as they’re much heavier and more capable of hauling both in their bed and through trailering.


Heavy-duty pickup trucks are the biggest and strongest, while full-size pickup trucks are your traditional models like the Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado 1500. Midsize pickup trucks are a step down from full-size, offering a smaller option without giving up too much of the capabilities a truck owner typically desires, while compact trucks are much smaller and typically focus on maneuverability and sportiness more than power and capabilities.


There aren’t nearly as many smaller trucks as there are bigger. In fact, only the Nissan Frontier, Hyundai Santa Cruz and Ford Maverick belong to the compact pickup truck segment. As for the midsize segment, the Chevy Colorado, Ford Ranger, GMC Canyon, GMC HUMMER EV, Honda Ridgeline, Jeep Gladiator and Toyota Tacoma all fit the bill. The remaining trucks that can’t be easily placed by their numbers include the Nissan Titan and Toyota Tundra, both of which are full-size trucks.


Hopefully, all of this information gives you a better idea of the different types of used pickup trucks you might find right here at Schrier Automotive. Be sure to check out our online inventory to see what we have available at a given time, but don’t hesitate to give us a call to inquire about a specific model you’re interested in, we’d be happy to help you track it down.

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