Here is the hypothetical situation. While you are living in an area which has a "western/rural" mentality, even in the city. This means that no one bats an eye at professional people owning/driving pickups. You bought the truck because it was the only thing that you fit into that was cost effective at the time.
You are in the process of moving cross country and know that in the area where you are moving, the only people who own pickups are either workers, cowboys, or weekend warriors who would never drive it out and about. Suddenly, you realize that your main transportation would be quite out of place in general. (Figure that where you are living now, everyone and their aunt are seen driving trucks...its common place. Where you are moving to, they are literally rarer than Ferraris, Bentleys, Rolls, Maseratis, Lamborgini, etc.) To make matters even more "interesting", in your line of work appearances matter a lot and the truck would stick out even more.
Would you plan on selling your truck before you moved and buy a new car out there..even though the truck is not even 2 years old? Would you just keep driving it until someone makes a stink about it? Would you drive it until it was a choice of getting rid of it or losing your job? Would the cost of moving the truck cross country be part of your equation whether to keep it or sell it?
To make this hypothetical scenario even more fun, you know for a fact that one of your friends was told by his company that he could either chose to buy a new vehicle OR keep his current truck, but park it away from the firm so long as no clients ever saw him driving it. He was mad about his truck being an issue and tried to keep it, but finally had to buy a new car.