All three of America’s top pickup truck manufacturers launched a new truck at the Detroit Auto show this month. Some clear trends have emerged.
The all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado made its debut at the Detroit Auto Show to celebrate 100 years of Chevy trucks. It has new powertrains, improved capability, and eight different models designed to suit every truck buyer.
Ford made a huge blunder discontinuing the Ranger in 2011, but the new model may prove worth the wait.
This spring, the Ford F-150 is finally getting a diesel engine. It’s the first time the best-selling truck in the country has sported a diesel and Ford made sure it’s something to get truck buyers excited. Under the hood is a 3.0-liter V6 Power Stroke diesel with 250 horsepower and 440 lb-ft of torque. It’s […]
Trucks are big everywhere, but they’re especially big in Texas. It makes sense, then, that Chevrolet chose Texas for its 100 Years of Chevy Trucks celebration. Held at Texas Motor Speedway, the event concluded with the arrival of the next-generation 2019 Chevrolet Silverado.
Following two massive storms, residents replacing vehicles are turning to pickups in huge numbers.
Not everyone likes trucks. They’re polarizing vehicles that people either love or hate. The haters, well, let’s forget about them for the moment. They’ve never even heard of the Ram Rebel. The lovers though, those people go nuts over a truck like the Rebel and with good reason.
“No Jake Brake” signs are common in residential areas. Here’s what they mean and why they’re there.
Trucks are the workhorses of the automotive world, but not every truck can handle every job. The Chevrolet Silverado comes in three different flavors to suit the varying needs of today’s truck buyers.