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With half of the year behind us, the auto industry is on a record pace to break the 17-million-unit mark by year-end, and much of that success sits squarely on the backs of pickup truck makers.
Cars.com just published its annual American-Made Index, and for the first time in the index's nine-year history, fewer than 10 vehicles qualified.
Thanks in large part to the possible ratification of a pair of new trade agreements negotiated by the Obama administration — the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership — the 25 percent "chicken tax" placed on imported midsize pickup trucks could be more quickly minimized or disappear all together.
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 15,000 model-year 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GM Canyon midsize pickup trucks manufactured between Jan.
Without much explanation for why it's taken so long, Consumer Reports has officially offered its opinion on the all-new 2015 Ford F-150 pickup truck, and it's not good.
The latest salvos in the Heavy-Duty Truck Wars involve camera technology. Recently, Ford announced its next-generation Super Duty (presumably a 2017 model, possibly revealed at the State Fair of Texas in September) will offer a high-tech option that will use seven cameras to provide safety and possibly towing benefits.
Although not an official recall announcement, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is looking into a possible defect in the brake pedal of model-year 2011-12 3.5-liter EcoBoost-equipped Ford F-150s.
By Tim Esterdahl What happens when a "Star Wars" fan is a Ram interior design chief? He orders an all-white Ram Rebel, complete with a set of stickers that keep track of how many intergalactic kills he's racked up.
Having the biggest towing numbers in the three-quarter-ton and one-ton pickup truck segment is a big deal for truckmakers.
Ford does a pretty good job of communicating to the media what new technology it's working on. For the last few years, Ford's chief technology officer Raj Nair has made a point of inviting the media to Ford's Detroit facilities to learn the latest.
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 1,150 model-year 2014-15 Ford Transit Connect vans manufactured between May 13 and Dec.
If you're noticing that a growing number of small companies are targeting those who love classic pickup trucks but not their punishing ride quality, you are not alone.
In the never-ending quest to offer more a more unique look to the most popular half-ton pickup truck sold in the U.S., Ford will offer a new Special Edition Appearance Package for its model-year 2016 F-150, but only for the midlevel XLT and Lariat trims.
GM pickup truck engineers have been relatively quiet lately while both Ford and Ram Truck make news with new HD products, which includes exotic materials and increased capability.
There are only a few modifications you can make to your pickup truck that will completely change its personality; for example, a new suspension, maybe a new supercharger and exhaust, or possibly restyling the entire interior will inject the vehicle with that "like-new" feel.
In the never-ending quest to offer the biggest, strongest and most powerful pickup trucks in the market, Ram has upped the ante by pushing several of its models to new, class-leading heights.
No one disputes the inherent advantages a pickup truck provides when carrying heavy and awkwardly sized cargo, but suppose you need more capability and versatility than a conventional pickup offers?
Father's Day is almost here, but not to worry. We've culled the PickupTrucks.com archives and searched for new ideas too, and have come up with some suggestions for that special man in your life — everything from mild to wild and thrifty to crazy expensive.
Do you trust the EPA fuel economy numbers printed on the window sticker of a new vehicle? If you don't, you are not alone.
The 2015 J.D. Power and Associates' Initial Quality Survey was released today revealing a different brand winner in each of the three pickup truck segments.