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There are few relationships stronger than the one between Ford and country singer-songwriter Toby Keith.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released safety ratings for the 2015 Ford F-150 regular-cab and SuperCab models, and they are identical to the SuperCrew results.
There aren't many companies old enough nowadays to have four generations working in the family business, but that's the case at Quigley Motor Co., a 4x4 full-size van-conversion installer.
It's not an exaggeration to say the all-new midsize 2015 Chevrolet Colorado is doing quite well in the marketplace and seems to be gaining momentum.
Ford recently held a press event focused on safety concerns regarding the all-aluminum 2015 Ford F-150; during that event Ford announced crash-test data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the crew-cab version of 4x2 and 4x4 F-150s.
How can a respectable Hyundai dealer in Spring, Texas (just north of Houston), separate himself from other car dealerships?
The new all-aluminum 2015 Ford F-150 pickup truck has been an early hit, building on what was already a perennial best-seller for decades.
It was just last week when we revealed several images of the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and talked about the possible mid-model changes to the front end and expansion of powertrain choices.
Ever wonder how long it will be until we're watching movies or television programs inside our favorite magazines?
Two of this year's top 10 best interiors selected by WardsAuto.com were pickup trucks, with the 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch ($60,675) and GMC Canyon SLT ($40,465) earning honors.
By Tim Esterdahl The reveal of a new 2016 Ford Ranger in Bangkok meant for only overseas markets once again raises questions about why Ford doesn't bring the Ranger to the U.S.
As we move into spring, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is offering three key suggestions to help owners of older cars and pickup trucks limit the amount of brake-system damage caused by the corrosive effects of road salt.
Chevrolet announced it will offer a new monochromatic trim package called Custom Sport for the 2500 and 3500 heavy-duty Silverados.
(Editor's note: Yes, we know the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4x4 is not a pickup truck. But if ever there was a vehicle that works like a pickup truck, the commercial van is it.
It's been a few years since we've tested the compact/midsize pickup truck segment to see which truck stands on top.
We tested our four challengers on the same day, at the same track (Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Ariz.), with the same test equipment and the same driver (and his test procedures).
Panic braking a pickup truck from 60 mph to a full stop can be an unnerving experience. That's why we do all our brake testing on a closed test track with a professional test driver behind the wheel.
Given how important fuel economy seems to be nowadays to both buyers and the government, we know our real-world fuel-economy numbers are significant in a test like this.
In judging these V-6 midsize pickup trucks, we wanted to give the manufacturers a chance to show off how well they understand (or don't) what a good, capable four-wheel-drive system can be.
By Patrick Olsen, Cars.com For our 2015 Midsize Challenge, we had five judges: Mark Williams, PickupTrucks.com editor Aaron Bragman, Cars.com Detroit bureau chief Joe Bruzek, Cars.com road test editor Bob and Matt Trink, a father and son who live in the Phoenix area.