When you’re looking for a truck to haul your family and your stuff, you need an all-wheel drive one.
It’s the perfect vehicle to haul groceries and gear, too.
In fact, there’s a whole industry for this, and we’re talking about the Cadillac Tafts.
And if you’re a car fan who loves the idea of owning an all wheel drive pickup truck, you’ll be excited about the Tafts as well.
So how do they compare?
And how can you use one to haul a ton of groceries?
Let’s start with the specs.
The Cadillac TaFT features an eight-passenger configuration with an interior that’s both spacious and comfortable.
You’ll find a comfortable seating position with an adjustable seat, reclining armrests and a backrest that can be adjusted for a better or worse fit depending on your height.
The backrests fold out and you can even set the backrest on the floor, making it an ideal spot for children or for your pet.
There’s also a fold-down rear seat for easy storage and it can be folded up into the rear cargo area.
The Taft has an 18.4-inch wheelbase and a 6.2-liter V8 that’s rated at 170 horsepower.
The Taft comes with an 18-inch, 2.0-liter engine and a 4.5-liter EcoBoost engine that’s tuned for 155 horsepower.
In the back of the truck, there are two front-wheel-drive, two-wheel independent transmissions, one rear-wheel engine, a six-speed automatic transmission and a six speed manual transmission.
It also comes with a seven-speed transmission.
The truck comes with 19.5 inches of ground clearance and has a wheelbase of 17 feet, 4 inches.
It has a gross weight of 4,600 pounds and a gross vehicle weight rating of 6,700 pounds.
You can also pick up the Taft at a very reasonable price.
Cadillac says it starts at $23,995, with the option to upgrade to a seven or eight-speed manual transmission and $21,995 with a manual transmission, which will get you an automatic transmission as well as an automatic with automatic transmission.
You can get the TaFT at the dealership for $26,995.