I've decided that my 94 F-150 just isn't gutsy enough to pull the load I need to pull, so I've decided the first thing I'm going to need is a good strong truck. So I fired up the search feature on Lawnsite, and have read threads about trucks for several days now. I like what I read about the Isuzu NPR, and having looked around my area I've found a Chevy dealership that stocks W series trucks, which I've learned through my "Lawnsite studies" is the exact same thing as the Isuzu. So I went over and checked out what they have, what they can get, and the corresponding prices. They gave me a finance price and a cash-out price, and I will definitely pay cash. Here they are: * 01 W-4500 with 45,000 miles, a 14' box and 175 hp diesel: $21,900 * 05 W-4500 with 16' box and 190 hp diesel: finance price - $43,759, cash-out price - $35,879 * 05 W-4500 Crew Cab with 16' box and 190 hp diesel: finance price - $49,367, cash-out price - $40,198 My gut reaction is to buy brand new, and I like the Crew Cab. The 01, however, is in mint condition and I understand 45,000 miles is just about breaking in these diesels, and I've read the 175 hp engine has plenty of power. The salesman, of course, tells me the extra 15 hp on the 190 makes an incredible difference. I'm going to test drive them tomorrow. What do you think? What would you do? Does anyone know if these prices sound reasonable?