5 Texas Edition Trucks That Make the Lone Star State Proud

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Whats the difference between Texas Edition and regular?

The Texas Edition package is tagged with RPO code PDA. The content of the Texas Edition package varies between the trims. On LT and RST models, the Texas Edition package adds the Convenience Package, a locking rear differential, the Trailering Package, and special Texas Edition badging.


What does LTZ mean?

LTZ stands for Luxury Touring Z, connoting the highest trim level. This trim model remains true to its nomenclature and offers the user a very sophisticated look and outstanding specs. Unlike the standard offerings of the lower LT trim models, LTZ trim models offer leather seats.

RAM Heavy Duty – More Towing and Aggressive Styling

The 2500 and 3500 series RAM trucks provide the po

The 2500 and 3500 series RAM trucks provide the power and torque drivers need to haul those large 5th-wheel or trailer rigs. They have payloads up to 7680 lbs, giving drivers the flexibility to haul both for hobbies and work. Drivers in rural areas will have a truck that can handle heavy-duty jobs, and the option of a turbo-diesel engine opens up fuel choices.

MSRP starts at $34,094 for the 2500 and both have a Mega cab choice with 43 inches of rear-seat legroom and class-exclusive forward flat-fold seats.

GMC Canyon – Perfect for City Driving

The Sierra may be GMC’s go-to towing truck, but th

The Sierra may be GMC’s go-to towing truck, but the Canyon offers city drivers something special. The reduced silhouette and ultra-comfortable interior offer mobility for primarily in-town driving, while the V6 engine offers enough power to feel like you’re driving a real truck.

It’s still a powerful choice with towing up to 7,000 pounds and up to 308 horsepower. Base models start at MSRP $26,400 with overall dimensions of 212 to 225 inches long by 74 inches wide by 70 to 71 inches high.

3. 1794 Edition Toyota Tundra



In 2016 the trim came coupled with the TRD package. This means that you would get luxury and better off-road capabilities. Forbes noted in 2014 that the 1794 was one of the “Ten Poshest Pickups.”


Fast forward to this year, and the power tilt/slide moonroof and running boards are nice, but the “Smoked Mesquite” body-color paint job is quintessentially Texas.

5. Dodge Ram 2500 Big Horn Edition



If you’re looking for an awesome luxury truck to represent your Texas pride, the Ram 2500 may just be the truck for you. Pictured is a 2009. Even the door handles on this thing are cool!



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