If the VW Amarok does indeed go on sale in Canada, it’s likely it will be offered with a diesel engine, giving buyers a true, thrifty alternative to the likes of gasoline powered mid-size and full-size half-ton rigs. Continue Reading...
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Also, Kia isn’t entirely a stranger to trucks, having unveiled a concept back in 2004 called the KC-4 Mojave. Continue Reading...
Overall Ranger sales peaked in 1999 at some 348,358 units, yet since then demand for Ford’s compact pickup and small trucks in general has been shrinking, rapidly. Continue Reading...
As a result, the automaker is recalling certain 2004-2011 Ford Ranger pickups, 2002-07 Super Duty pickups, including F-250 through F-550 models, as well as 2002-05 Excursion SUVs. Continue Reading...
However, what actual form the Jeep truck will take remains to be seen. A production version of the Wrangler based ‘Gladiator’ concept might be one, which would surely make it one of the most unique trucks sold anywhere in the world. Continue Reading...
Perhaps he’s referring to Imperial miles per gallon instead of US measurements – even still, 21 mpg US results in 25 imperial miles per gallon and the Mahindra truck would have to get at least 25 mpg US on the highway to achieve the hallowed 30 mpg (Imperial); there’s also the factor of variables such... Continue Reading...
Yet despite his optimism it looks like this little truck might already be a lame duck. Maindra brass have said there is still no ‘planned date’ for a US introduction. Continue Reading...
For commercial buyers, in many respects the regular cab Amarok makes more sense than the crew cab does. Continue Reading...
Kuzak also went on to state that the small truck market in North America has been declining for years and now represents just two percent of total vehicle sales (it once accounted for around 10 percent) Continue Reading...
Now, that clause has come to mean something slightly different: GV, having invested several million dollars up front to secure a distribution network for the trucks is now out in the cold and Mahindra is washing its hands clean. Continue Reading...
The trucks will be powered by a modified version of the ‘Hawk’ 2.2-liter in-line four-cylinder diesel, which will employ exhaust urea injection to help meet US smog requirements. Continue Reading...
According to Mike Geylin, spokesman for GV USA, Mahindra has repeatedly dragged its feet regarding the launch date and the lawsuit “seeks to compel the Indian company to honor it’s contractual obligations. Continue Reading...