GMC announced a new trim level for the Sierra 1500 today that it plans to market as a sport variant to other versions of its half-ton.
If you thought those Nissan NISMO mashups were bizarre, you’ll want to take a look at this.
Good news midsize pickup fans! GM just announced its latest entries in the segment, the all-new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, are shipping to dealers starting today.
The term off-roading encompasses a huge variety of surfaces. Not only do off-road tires need to be ready to tackle sand, dirt, mud and gravel, in today’s automotive world these rubber chariots are also expected to ferry our vehicles on paved roads comfortably and quietly.
General Motors is investing in its Wentzville assembly plant to prepare for its new midsize pickups.
Every day that passes is another where Holden draws closer to shuttering its Australian factories, but the company isn’t prepared to do that without releasing a few more of the thunderous products its customers love.
Following in the footsteps of the Silverado Rally Edition, GM is introducing a new style package for the GMC Sierra.
To stay relevant in a quickly changing segment, Toyota is updating its half-ton pickup truck for 2015.
Fuel economy ratings for the upcoming GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado were released today.
Ford and Ram have both laid claim to best-in-class tow ratings for their heavy-duty pickup trucks.
Toyota is bringing back a classic to celebrate its 30th birthday.
Ram has pushed the numbers of its heavy duty trucks even higher for 2015, claiming a number of best-in-class titles for its HD trucks.
Nissan has revealed pricing for its 2015 model year Frontier and Xterra models.
Despite the fact that Ford and GM are both switching to aluminum bodies for their pickup trucks, Ram is apparently going to stay the course with steel.
Those interested in a 2015 Chevy Silverado now have a longer list of packages to choose from.
Holden shut down its Australian manufacturing operation in 2017, but not before going out with a bang.
The Nissan Project Titan has finally come to life.
GM has announced that it will no longer fudge its payload ratings for its pickup trucks.
Toyota is gearing up to compete in this year’s Baja 1000.
The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado is priced to sell, starting at $20,995 including destination.
Proving just how hard Ford pushes its big trucks, a 2016 Super Duty prototype has caught on fire, exploded and burnt to ashes during testing.
The 2015 North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year long list has been announced.
Nissan will turn to its Navara pickup to help develop a new truck for the U.S. market.
General Motors has admitted that Ford isn’t the only automaker that cleverly manipulates its maximum payload ratings.