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Vic Figueroa is not your typical mini-trucker. Vic is a family first type of guy, but that doesn’t stop him from thinking about what he is going to do next to this insanely detailed Nissan.
As truckmakers fight for customers in the highly competitive pickup truck segment, the typical strategy is to steal the spotlight when debuting an all-new truck and follow up with eye-catching trim packages or special editions to keep the momentum churning.
One of the biggest questions surrounding the new 2015 F-150 is on repairability. Will the new F-150 cost a substantial amount more money to repair than steel?
We've combined all the 2014 pickup truck sales by manufacturer to see how they stack up, and the results were much closer than you might think.
Pickup trucks had a good year in 2014. Of all makes and models sold in the U.S., only two were down an appreciable amount — the Nissan Titan and Honda Ridgeline, and both due for a dramatic upgrade soon.
We wanted to do something a little different for this special feature, so rather than interviewing and rewording this story, we’re bringing it straight to you from the owner himself.
By Tim Esterdahl Most pickup truck fans probably know the new 2016 Toyota Tacoma will feature a new 3.5-liter V-6 engine, yet that isn't the whole story.
By Tim Esterdahl The new 2016 Toyota Tacoma grabbed a lot of attention when it was unveiled at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit (see our video).
The fact that two import pickup truck manufacturers in the U.S. — Nissan and Toyota — made huge news during the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is significant.
We saw many things at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, but one of our favorite features on several pickup trucks was the truck name embroidered on the sides of front seats.
There was plenty of pickup truck news from the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The 2015 GMC Sierra Elevation Edition mono-color trim package goes on sale this month and enters the highly competitive half-ton market at a reasonably priced $34,865, including destination.
Just a few weeks ago we published our 2015 Light-Duty V-8 Challenge during which we took the newest V-8 half-ton pickup trucks (crew-cab 4x4s that cost less than $55,000) and tested them in just about every way possible.
In case you were wondering when Ford was going to start making all its cars, SUVs and crossovers out of aluminum, that time is not likely to come soon.
The future of Toyota trucks in North America is at a pretty interesting crossroads right now and breaking ground at a new Texas headquarters with a TRD PRO shines a bit spotlight on it.
They are two of the most anticipated new trucks of the year, and they are finally here. We recently had the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the ’15 Chevrolet Colorado and ’15 GMC Canyon, and all we have to say is GM has hit it out of the park once again.
Showtime Metal Works sure knows their way around a sheet of steel. Building high-quality bumpers, LED-ready grilles, and suspension pieces using thick steel and plasma cutters, these guys go as beefy as they can.
Can't wait two years to get the 2017 Ford Raptor? No problem — as long as you attend the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit by Jan.
When a brand-new full-size pickup truck debuts at an auto show, you know we'll be there with the video crew and a skeptical eye.
A note from the Editor: with the new Tacoma coming to market with an Atkinson cycle engine, we thought it made sense to republish this older post that explains how it works.