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Mercedes-Benz Eyes Midsize Pickup Possibility

Reports are piling up regarding automakers thinking about creating new pickup trucks for their U.S. portfolios as pickup sales continue to climb.

Spied: Could This Be a New Ram Midsize Pickup?

According to sources close to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, a new Ram midsize pickup truck is likely headed our way; however, whether it will be a badged a Ram, a Dodge or something new (a Fiat?

Ram Concept Salutes Texas Rangers

Making a big splash at the 2015 Dallas Auto Show, Ram President and CEO Bob Hegbloom introduced a new concept truck that pays homage to those famous lawmen, the Texas Rangers.

Vincentric Names Chevrolet Best Value Truck Brand

Vincentric announced its 2015 Best Value Awards, and the overall winner for Best Value Truck Brand is Chevrolet, winning three of the six main pickup categories.

Ram Attempts Largest Parade of Pickups Record

In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Academy of Country Music Awards ceremony, Ram is inviting Ram pickup truck owners to participate in a Guinness World Record attempt on April 18 in Arlington, Texas.

Jeep Toys With Pickup Concept to Conquer Moab, Utah

As part of its annual trek to the heart of the four-wheel-drive universe, Jeep is once again taking a group of custom concept vehicles to the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.

EPA's CAFE Targets Could Be Reevaluated

By Tim Esterdahl Changing consumer behavior, less demand for electric vehicles, and the growth in pickup truck and SUV sales could lead the way to lowering the EPA's 2025 corporate average fuel economy requirements, agency officials recently said.

More Pickup Buyers Choose to Lease

As truckmakers offer more premium trim packages and more exclusive features, new-truck customers are discovering that it's easier to find a lease option that's right for them.

Chevrolet, GMC to Cut Pickup Truck Powertrain Warranty

GM is reducing the mileage limits on its powertrain warranty from 100,000 miles to 60,000 miles after internal studies revealed new-vehicle customers weren't interested in what kind of warranty was available.

A Jeep Pickup? We Don't Think So

By Tim Esterdahl Rumors of a Jeep pickup truck are making the rounds again as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles puts together its next five-year plan and the next-generation Jeep Wrangler is being designed.

Ford's Kansas City F-150 Plant Is Live

Upgrades to the Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Mo., which produces both the Ford F-150 and Transit, are now finished, allowing the facility to accommodate the all-new aluminum half-ton pickup truck.

Ram Announces Two New 2015 Ram 1500 Sport Models

  By Tim Esterdahl Continuing to build on its truck offerings, Ram is adding two new limited edition trims to its lineup: the Ram 1500 Ignition Orange Sport and the Ram 1500 Black Sport.

What We're Up To: 2015 Midsize Pickup Challenge

There's been plenty to talk about lately in the midsize pickup truck market. With the addition of the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, the 2016 Toyota Tacoma getting ready to debut next year and a new Honda Ridgeline on the horizon, we're likely to see the segment grow for several years to come.

2016 Chevrolet Colorado Baby Duramax Video

Although we haven't had the chance to drive the all-new — for the U.S. — turbo-diesel 2.8-liter inline-four-cylinder baby Duramax yet, we did see what it will look like under the hood of a 2016 Chevrolet Colorado at the National Truck Equipment Association's 2015 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

Spied: 2017 Ford F-250/350 Caught

We're beginning to hear more about Ford Super Dutys doing more testing in the real world. Some of our spies are beginning to see some interestingly camouflaged vehicles running near Ford's Dearborn headquarters and Romulus proving grounds in Michigan.

Cool Ram Runnings at FCA's Winter Drive

I'm standing in the middle of an abandoned, snow-covered airport tarmac in rural Canada, about an hour northwest of Montreal, wondering how I drew the short straw for events this week.

2015 Ram 4500/5500 Wins Medium-Duty Truck of the Year

For the second time in five years, the Ram 4500/5500 chassis cab has won Work Truck magazine's annual Truck of the Year award.

2015 Work Truck Show Highlights

The National Truck Equipment Association's Work Truck Show is a good barometer of what kind and how much work is getting done across the country.

Sprinter Production Will Move to Charleston, S.C.

Mercedes-Benz will invest $500 million in a new production facility in Charleston, S.C., to produce the next-generation Sprinter vans, adding 1,300 new jobs to the area.

2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris Van Video

Technically a Class 1 commercial van, the Metris will appeal to those who want a slightly larger work van that delivers fuel efficiency and tons of safety features.