Toyota has announced a recall of model year 2013 and 2014 Tacoma pickup trucks due to faulty engine components that may cause the truck to stall while being driven.
Production of the next generation of North America’s best-selling vehicle might be delayed by almost three months.
Recently AutoGuide.com worked with Toyota to arrange a unique interview session with Mike Sweers, the chief engineer of the 2014 Tundra, getting answers to questions posed by readers and members of the AutoGuide.com Group forums, including TundraTalk.net and TundraSolutions.com. The finished video has now been released.
Honda is dribbling out some information concerning the next-generation Ridgeline, announcing that the new truck will “come to market in less than two years.”
The CEO of Volkswagen Group of America says the brand would consider bringing the Amarok to America if the U.S. government gets rid of the “Chicken Tax.”
You probably already know that Ford’s F-150 pickup truck is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S.
Chevrolet introduced an all-new Colorado midsize pickup truck at the 2013 L.A. Auto Show, bringing the first new truck to the segment in some time. The current king of midsizers, the Toyota Tacoma, is a solid offering in the small truck segment, but it hasn’t received any major improvements for years and is starting to…
Interested in buying a domestic vehicle but want to make sure it’s as reliable as can be? AutoGuide has compiled a list of the most reliable vehicle in its respective segment based on Consumer Reports’ 2013 predicted reliability results from the 2013 Annual Auto Survey.
Since 2009, pickup truck tailgate theft has steadily been on the rise, with more than 500 thefts reported in 2012 compared to just three in 2008.
Chevrolet has confirmed that it will offer a manual transmission in its upcoming Colorado midsize truck, though it will be limited to specific models.
Fuel economy might top the list of things car shoppers are looking for when choosing a new vehicle, but resale value is still a valid concern for many buyers. Knowing what your car is worth three to five years down the road is important, since vehicles depreciated quicker than any other asset we can spend…
General Motors pulled the sheets off an all-new midsize truck in LA called the Colorado, a product that is sure to breathe new life into an otherwise stale market.
An all-terrain Chevrolet Colorado is under consideration according to GM’s top truck engineer.
The midsize truck market has gone stale with products that have gone untouched for years, but Chevrolet is breathing some life back into the segment with the introduction of the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado here at the LA Auto Show.
General Motors is about to re-enter the mid-size truck segment with its Chevrolet Colorado, which you can see today even though it was meant to debut tomorrow.
The Ram 1500 is making headlines with its new EcoDiesel engine claiming best-in-class fuel economy, but do those numbers stack up in the real world?
This week’s most watched videos on the AutoGuide YouTube channel include our reviews of the 2014 Mazda3 and Toyota Tundra, while readers were also interested to take a first look at the new 2015 Lincoln MKC. Watch the videos below and subscribe to the AutoGuide YouTube channel here.
After putting the new crop of 2014 half-tons to the test, AutoGuide.com has chosen the Ram 1500 as our 2014 Truck of the Year.
Numerous issues across the Volkswagen Group’s portfolio is causing a worldwide recall that will impact 2.64-million vehicles.
The half-ton truck industry is booming, reporting sales numbers akin to those seen before the gloom of the 2008 recession set in. That also means that many businesses and handy men who purchased a new truck pre-2008 are about ready to trade in for a new workhorse, and automakers are happy to oblige. In partnership…
If you’ve ever watched a commercial for a Ford F-150, you’ve probably heard someone, be it Dennis Leary or Mike Rowe, mention its fully boxed frame. That marketing line will die with the next-generation of America’s best selling vehicle.
Tesla might be struggling through a PR disaster caused by several recent car fires but that hasn’t stopped CEO Elon Musk from dreaming big, announcing plans to take on the best selling vehicle in American: the Ford F-150.
Chrysler has developed a patent-pending technology that mimics human lungs in order to enhance its CNG tank capacities.
It might be smaller than the rest, but it’s going to be important in a big way for General Motors when the new Chevrolet Colorado is unveiled in Los Angeles next week.