Category Archives: Truck

Toyota Tundra

2014 Toyota Tundra’s main goal: keep fans happy

Buyers of full-size pickups have not proven as susceptible to Toyota’s charms as sedan buyers. While Toyota’s Camry and Corolla were, as usual, among the Top-10 best-selling vehicles in America last year, its Tundra truck was, as usual, an also-ran in the full-size pickup segment, garnering a mere 6 percent share. Introduced in 2007, Tundra carried with it Toyota’s hopes that it would scoop up a big helping of the …

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Ram 1500 at Detroit Auto Show

Domestics Glow as Detroit Auto Show Features

See the full gallery of John Gilbert’s shots from the Detroit Auto Show at the bottom of this post. DETROIT, MICH. — Domestic automakers should have a big home-field advantage at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, and they certainly did, kicking off the press preview days of the show, which runs through January 27, by sweeping the Car of the Year and Truck/Utility of the Year awards, after claiming …

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2013 Car of the Year Nominees

North American Car Of The Year, Truck Face Close Finish

2013 North American Car of the Year Nominees: The 2013 North American Car of the Year award has come down to three high-style sedans, while the companion non-car finalists are scattered all over the newly redefined extremities of the North American Truck/Utility of the Year. Ford’s Fusion and the Cadillac ATS give the traditionally top two domestic companies each a finalist in the car competition, while Honda’s redesigned Honda Accord …

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GMC Sierra 2014

GM Offers Sneak Peek At New Pickups

Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Preview: Even in this fuel-conscious age, full-size pickups – which, themselves, are getting more fuel efficient – continue to thrive. Ford’s F-Series perennially is America’s best-selling vehicle. Not far behind are General Motors’ twin pickups, the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, which so far in 2012 have together accounted for more than a half-million sales. But the competition isn’t getting any easier. Ford has a …

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Ram 1500 4x4

Ram 1500 Tradesman Proves Useful

2012 Ram 1500 Review: Chrysler, under the guise of its truck brand, Ram, thought tradesmen needed a good solid low-cost truck, and the 2012 Ram 1500 Tradesman 4×4 fits the bill. This is a bare bones truck with standard cab and comes with a 4.7-liter, 310-horse V8. Base price for a 2-wheel drive standard cab pickup, with RamBox cargo system is $22,125. An even more basic model without the RamBox …

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Dodge Dart and Ford Fusion

Fusion, Dart Lead “Car Of The Year” Short List

Dodge Dart and Ford Fusion Review: The Dodge Dart and Ford Fusion are two of the favorites among the short list of candidates for 2013 North American Car of the Year. The Dart and Fusion are among five cars from Detroits traditional Big Three, plus five more from Japan, and one from Germany that comprise the 11 cars voted onto the short list by 50 independent automotive journalists. Along with …

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2013 Ram 1500 Pickup

This time, there’s none of that stuff about towing a gazillion pound trailer, or stacking the box with a giant load of iron ingots. Nope, with the 2013 Ram 1500 pickup truck, it’s all about fuel economy—to the point where a perusal of the published specifications does not unearth information about payload or towing capability. It’s not that it is unavailable. It’s just that the story here—as almost everywhere these …

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Ram climbs over log

Ram Adds High-Tech Features to Forcefulness

2013 Dodge Ram Review: It takes a great truck to be competitive among full-size pickup trucks, and every truck in the segment is very impressive in capability. So it takes something extra to break into that brand loyalty and lure a truck buyer to switch allegiances and increase market share. Dodge apparently had that in mind when it revised the 2013 Ram — which is no longer a “Dodge Ram” …

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