In the market for a used truck to haul wood. Never owned a truck before but have been test driving at dealers over the last week. Truck will be a 1) backup vehicle (wife and I commute together 3/4 of the time), 2) wood hauling vehicle, and 3) for bad weather in New England. Probably put 5-7 k miles on it a year. Being able to tow a small trailer would be a nice bonus, but not a deal breaker/maker. I expect to transport 3-5 cords per year from scrounging and felling. Carrying 1/2 cord of green red oak or lighter at a time is desirable. More is a bonus, but not needed and my budget probably won't let me get a huge vehicle. Definitely getting 4WD for woods excursions. Extra cab is great, but not needed. So far my thinking is to try for 1 owner, no previous plowing, under 80k miles. Obviously some people have their favorites, but rather than get into the Ford-Chevy type stuff . . . I've been using Consumer Reports as a starting point. From that I'm considering Toyota Tacoma for there reliability. Do you think the I4 engine (or other 4 cylinder) on a decent 4WD for what I want above is suitable? Don't want overkill. Also looking at F-150s and Nissan Frontier. Rest of trucks seem a mixed bag. Thanks.