8. Ram 1500 Express, Crew Cab
Chrysler's Ram got its last big update in 2009, but there were enough significant tweaks in last year's edition to keep loyalists happy for a good, long time. That's evident in the sales numbers, which are up 24% year to date. There's a little bit of a change coming to Ram land, though, that may make picking up a 1500 this year a better bet. Starting with the 2014 model, the base 1500 drops from a 3.6L V.6 with 305 horsepower to a slightly more efficient 3.0L V6 diesel with 250 horsepower. Granted, the torque jumps up a bit and helps with payload and towing capacity, but that's still a big switch for the purists. Their fear of change will save them more than $3,000.