I am looking at selling my hatchback that I have since I no longer commute to work. I am often borrowing or wanting to use a truck for all of my around the house projects since we've moved. Therefore, I think it will be the most practical to get a used truck that's dependable. I am certainly picky and have a lot of criteria but I'll lay out some of the basics: 1. Be dependable! I am likely to go with one that has high miles, even over 100k since trucks are often built to last 2. Still has some amenities like bluetooth, seat heat, automatic lights, and other tech. 3. Is a crew cab 4. Be relatively inexpensive (10k and under) I know the above make it a bit challenging but in my research, I've narrowed it down to a few options. Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, Chevy Avalanche, and GMC Terrain. I'm perfectly fine with a mid-size truck since I don't need the huge towing capacity and wouldn't mind having a V6 for better MPG on the longer trips. The problem with most trucks is I find the interior and the equipment to often be very basic, especially at this price point. You tend to get a lot more driving comforts in the Chevy Avalanche or the GMC Terrain since one is an SUV and the other one is designed to be like one. I guess part of what I'm wondering is, how dependable are the trucks I'm considering when you get to 140-150k miles and beyond? Are there others you would recommend more? Thanks for any help you guys can provide!