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The Dodge Ram has now spawned a new brand solely for pickups and work-trucks. Ram is consistently in the conversation for best pick-up truck, often trading ranks with Ford and its F-series trucks.
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Eight winners will be announced next week, including overall Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year. Continue Reading...
Pickups continue to dominate the list, with larger SUVs showing up too. Another year is in the books—good riddance to 2020—and that means end-of-year sales figures are out. Naturally, 2020 saw an overall dip compared to 2019, thanks to COVID-19 essentially bringing the entire industry to a halt in spring. The good news is that… Continue Reading...
New package offers monochromatic styling across the 2021 Ram pickup line. Continue Reading...
The 702-horsepower “super-truck” sits at the pointy end of the food chain. Continue Reading...
J.D. Power has conducted a new study on brand loyalty called the J.D. Power 2020 U.S. Automotive Brand Loyalty Study. Now in its second year, the study uses data from the Power Information Network and aims to determine if the customer returns to the same brand to make his second purchase or not. “Automakers are really… Continue Reading...
Main photo credit: UfaBizPhoto/ Shutterstock.com Each year the team at J.D. Power reveals what mainstream car brands owners find most appealing. This year, you might be surprised at the results. Continue Reading...
J.D. Power overhauls its Initial Quality Study for 2020, resulting in a shake-up that sees domestic brands having their best showing in years. Continue Reading...
Second special edition truck from Ram honors the US Navy, will be limited to 2,000 examples. Continue Reading...
The world economy is feeling the crunch of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the automotive market isn’t free from it. Continue Reading...
The numbers are in, and they confirm what we already knew: everybody is buying crossovers (and trucks). America bought 17.1 million vehicles in 2019, according to Edmunds. That was a slight decrease over the previous year, but it was enough to set a record as the fifth consecutive year of sales totalling over 17 million…. Continue Reading...