The makes and models mentioned in this article are not placed in any particular order, nor intended to be viewed as a ranked list. KSL Cars does not endorse any vehicles. The views or opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer and do not reflect the views or opinions of KSL.com or its employees.

Aside from funeral potatoes, green Jell-O and skiing, there are few things Utahns love as much as a good truck. Luckily for us, 2022 is going to be one of the best years (ever!) for new trucks. Packed with luxury, comfort, power and off-road and towing capabilities, the new 2022 trucks are far beyond your grandpa’s single-cab work truck from 1980. 

If you’ve been on the fence about getting a truck, these new offerings might be enough to persuade you (and you can find thousands listed here on KSL Cars). Because trucks dominate the sales boards, every manufacturer is pulling out all the stops to attract new customers to its 2022 lineup. 

Placed in no particular ranking order, here is a look at all the new or significantly revised truck models you should know about for 2022. 

2022 Chevrolet Silverado ZR2

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Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ZR2

Receiving a long-awaited interior update, the Silverado 1500’s new interior is fresh, modern and clean. Now available with the off-road ZR2 package, the Silverado 1500 is stepping up to compete with other off-road-oriented trucks. Available with front and rear electronic differentials and Multimatic DSSV dampers, the ZR2 is an exciting entry in the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 lineup. Other Silverado trim levels also receive a host of updates, making the Silverado the best it’s ever been. 

You can’t go wrong with a Chevrolet Silverado 1500. Find one on KSL Cars. 

Ford Maverick

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Ford Maverick

2022 will be a big year for Ford trucks and SUVs. One of their most anticipated vehicles is their new compact truck, the Ford Maverick. Slotting in below the Ranger, this unibody wonder is micro-sized, but big in versatility and capability. If you want a truck you can park anywhere, with excellent gas mileage and a hybrid engine option, the Ford Maverick is for you. 

Stop debating and take the plunge on a new Ford Maverick on KSL Cars today. 

two Ford Raptors

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Ford F-150 Raptor R

The fourth generation Raptor R will seek to claim the super-truck crown from its predecessor. While the regular Raptor soldiers on with its powerful twin-turbo V6, the Raptor R is expected to have a supercharged V8 and at least 700 horsepower, presumably giving it the edge over the competitors. Consider us excited. 

The Ford Raptor is one of the coolest looking trucks on the road today and you can find dozens of them listed on KSL Cars. 

two Ford Lightning trucks

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Ford F-150 Lightning

Ford impressed everyone when it unveiled its new electronic vehicle , the F-150 Lightning, and now you can finally buy one. With an expected 300 miles of range, two motors, immense power, speed, cargo space and a very competitive price tag, the F-150 Lightning is expected to be a game-changer in the EV truck segment. 

The Ford F-150 is the bestselling vehicle in America and you can find yours today on KSL Cars. 

GMC Hummer EV

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GMC Hummer EV Pickup

Resurrecting the Hummer nameplate after years of absence, GMC is ready to descend on the EV truck market with its extra-large, extra-capable EV Hummer truck. Producing up to 1,000 horsepower and capable of achieving 60 mph in 3.0 seconds, the new Hummer and its six-figure price tag are poised to compete in the rising EV truck segment.

Interested in a Hummer? You can find your next Hummer on KSL Cars today. 

Hyundai Santa Cruz

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Hyundai Santa Cruz

Not everyone needs a larger-than-life pickup to satisfy their needs, and for them, there is the Hyundai Santa Cruz. Based on the Hyundai Tucson, this compact pickup truck/crossover is a joy to drive and checks all the right boxes for a versatile truck that anyone can enjoy. 

Find all Hyundai Santa Cruz listings on KSL Cars today.

Nissan Frontier

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Nissan Frontier

With a long overdue redesign (the previous generation Frontier was largely the same for the past 16 years), the new Nissan Frontier is a welcome addition to the midsize pickup truck segment. Featuring bold, modern styling, impressive technology and a robust Pro-4X off-road package (which, ironically, makes the new Frontier more comfortable on the pavement, too) the new Frontier is a contender for best new truck.

See all Nissan Frontier listings on KSL Cars today. 

a Rivian R1T near a forest

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Rivian R1T 

The EV startup company Rivian has come out of the gates swinging with its new R1T pickup truck. Much lauded for its performance, build quality and forward-thinking, Rivian’s R1T is a strong debut in the growing EV field. Early reviews have the R1T achieving 60 mph in less than 3.0 seconds and can go more than 300 miles on a charge. With a starting price point of $69,000, Rivian’s truck is ready to take on the EV world. 

See if KSL Cars has any Rivians listed yet. 

a Toyota Tundra near a train

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Toyota Tundra

With competitors bringing their A-game to their full-size pickup trucks, Toyota’s 2023 Tundra update is significant. The all new Tundra arrives with a twin-turbo V6 (also available as a hybrid), that produces 437 horsepower and 583 pound-feet of torque, and is capable of towing 12,000 pounds. The Tundra also comes with a modern rear coil spring suspension that makes for a pleasant and comfortable drive. A host of driver assistance technologies come standard, as does a fresh new interior with a 14-inch touchscreen. 

Find your legendary Toyota Tundra on KSL Cars today.

With so many new or significantly refreshed models, 2022 is a break-out year for new trucks. If you’re in the market, or if you’re just browsing, KSL Cars will have all the listings you’re looking for.