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Used Trucks For Sale – Findlay, OH

Findlay CDJR in Findlay, OH, is the best choice for drivers looking for anything from a new vehicle to used trucks for sale in the area. Our upfront pricing sets us apart from any other dealership in the country. We have transformed car-buying from a stressful and overwhelming experience to a fun and hassle-free adventure. With our vast inventory, you’ll have no shortage of new and used inventory to fit any need and budget. Plus, once you buy with us, you are part of our family, and our service department will continue to serve you for the years to come. At Findlay CDJR, we are not just a dealership; we are an all-inclusive family.

A black and a red Ram 1500 are both driving by a ranch near Florence, KY.

Buying a Used Truck From Findlay

At Findlay, used trucks are one of our specialties. To get a better idea of our selection from the convenience of home, browse our website where you can sort our used trucks by price, make, model, trim, fuel type, among other characteristics. Once you find a truck that piques your interest, view detailed CarFax Vehicle History right on our website. We offer competitive pricing along with appealing specials to help make your dream truck a reality without breaking your budget.

We have used trucks from all the best brands, including Jeep, Chevrolet, Toyota, and of course, Dodge. After all, no conversation about trucks would be quite complete without mention of the iconic Ram trucks, which are the most popular pick-ups we sell both new and pre-owned. And as truck experts and enthusiasts, we are ready to help you find the perfect truck from our list of top manufacturers.

A popular used truck for sale, a gray 2019 Ram 1500 Classic Warlock, is parked in an alleyway.

The Beauty of a Used Ram

There’s a reason Ram has seen decades of unwavering success. The 1500, a full-sized pick-up, combines the reliability, strength, and value of a great truck with no-frills styling that is designed to put in work. And since Ram's early days of manufacturing in the 80s, the trucks have won numerous accolades, including being named Motor Trend Magazine’s Truck of the Year not once, but twice. The first time was in 1994 (the second generation Ram), while the second time was in 2003 for the third-generation Ram Heavy Duty.

Newer Rams are no stranger to awards either. According to the IHS Markit U.S. Household Model Loyalty for pick-ups in 2019, the Ram has the highest pick-up owner loyalty in America. Once a Ram driver, always a Ram driver. Whether this is your first time on the hunt for this infamous powerhouse, or you’re beyond converted into a lifelong fan, owning a Ram is sure to be one of the most rewarding decisions you’ve ever made.

Rams do best what other trucks fail to achieve. With customizable options that have been perfected through years of performance on the market, the Ram comes in variants ready to rise to any occasion. “Light-duty” Ram 1500s are well-equipped to take on most challenges, while Ram 2500s and 3500s are no match for any heavy-duty feat that gets in your way. Through the generations, Rams have become lighter and more efficient at delivering the power you need to get the job done.

New Is Appealing, but Used Is Better

There’s no denying the appeal of brand-new Ram; however, used Rams offer classic charm and an old-fashioned dependability that’s hard not to love. Because cars and trucks naturally depreciate by a good margin within their first few years, buying a used Ram only makes sense. Unlike many other vehicles that are mass-produced with shiny exteriors, Rams are built to last from the inside out.

Even looking back at earlier models from the current (fourth) generation, Ram 1500s as old as 2009 are capable of producing 390 hp using an impressive 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine. Through a smart cylinder deactivation system and aerodynamic design, no compromises in fuel economy are to be found despite significant engine upgrades. Three trim levels can be found, starting with the base ST in regular and extended cab, the SLT in any cab style, and Laramie trim in extended and crew cab styles.

The 2009 Laramie comes with the standard 5.7-liter V8 (which was optional on the SLT). Along with a five-speed automatic transmission, the Laramie was shown to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 7.6 seconds during performance testing on 4-wheel drive crew cabs. With the proper equipment, you can tow up to 9,100 pounds. Given the price cut expected on a truck from 2009, you’d be hard-pressed to find another vehicle with so much to offer at prices averaging between just $5-9k.

On any cab style, you may find the Sport Package, which guarantees the V8 engine, stylized bucket seats, and a body-colored grille. Certain used Rams will include regional add-ons like the Lone Star, or Big Horn packages complete with special trim and badging. On crew cabs and 4x4 Quads, the TRX package brought two hooks, fender flares, two-tone paint, skid plates, and heavy-duty rear shocks.

A black 2019 Ram 1500 is parked in front of a desert and mountains at sunset.

Surprisingly Modern

There’s a surprising amount of technology available in older Rams. Features like satellite radio, keyless entry, rear camera with rear park assist, Sirius backseat TV, and navigation with real-time traffic are often included before you even upgrade to the highest trim level. To add to driver and passenger comfort, leather seats, dual-zone climate control, universal garage openers, and heated steering wheels aren’t hard to find in used Rams as old as 2009.

You never know what you’ll find in used Ram. Just like newer models, older Rams have beautifully crafted interiors with plenty of space and lots of storage. Ride quality has gotten better over the years, but Ram has long been an industry leader, as one of the first trucks to do away with clunky leaf springs in favor of a heavy-duty coil rear suspension. Making the switch enabled Rams to offer a relaxing ride where other trucks (especially older models) are far from comfortable to drive.

Directions to Findlay CDJR

When you’re ready to visit our dealership in person, you’ll find us conveniently located at 10305 U.S. 224 West, Findlay, OH. We are right on the main road near Findlay High School, McDonald's, and Pizza Hut.

If you are visiting us from Toledo, OH, you will have a short 45-minute drive. Just hop onto I-75 off of Monroe Street, keep left at the fork to stay on I-75 S and follow the signs for Daytona. After about 40 minutes on the highway, take exit 159 and turn right onto US-224 West. Continue for about one mile, and our dealership will be on your left.

Visitors from Marion have a slightly longer driver, but still only 52 minutes. Start by heading west on E Center Street toward N Main Street for approximately 10 minutes. Turn right on OH-4, take a slight right onto OH-4 N and turn left to merge onto US-23 N. Continue on US-23 for about 40 minutes and take exit 159. Keep driving for about a mile, and our dealership will be on your left.

No matter where you are coming from, though, we are easy to find and always ready to serve.

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