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While serious cargo capacity and tow ratings are still important, creature comforts are capturing truck buyers’ attention as well. Today’s new trucks offer a lot more than the rugged bare minimum and have more passenger space and in-cabin technologies than ever before. The used truck is still the old reliable we rely on. See whether a new or used truck can answer your transportation needs.



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2017 Ram Power Wagon is one mean machine

Although it’s unlikely to the point of inconceivability, should anyone think the Power Wagon -- Ram’s badass, go-anywhere HD pickup -- is lacking in the macho department, this update should put those concerns to rest. Introduced at the Chicago show as a 2017 model, the latest iteration of this iconic nameplate is butch from the ground up. While it may not Read more...


2017 Honda Ridgeline return offers a chance to score a first drive

The all-new 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup that goes on sale this spring will be spotlighted during the third quarter of this Sunday’s Super Bowl in an amusing ad that features the truck – which offers the industry’s first available truck-bed factory audio system – along with a flock of singing sheep and a talking dog. The spot can now be previewed on a Read more...


Presented at the Houston Auto Show, the 2016 GMC All Terrain X special edition adds extra off-road chic and capability to the division’s popular full-size pickup. Arriving in showrooms this spring, the new X variant is based on the 2016 Sierra 1500 SLT 4WD crew cab/short box that already includes a Z71 Off-Road suspension, Eaton locking rear differential, Read more...


As a longtime believer in the “bigger is better” school of thought, I approached the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado with a bit of skepticism—the walkup from the reconstituted midsize pickup to a comparably equipped full-size Silverado is less than $10,000. For the more senior Chevy, you get more cabin space, a wider box and the reputation (and resale) that goes Read more...


Ford announced all 2017 F-150 pickups fitted with an EcoBoost engine will have Auto Start-Stop technology installed to help improve fuel economy and reduce emissions. That includes the hot, new 2017 Ford Raptor in SuperCab and SuperCrew configurations which will join the F-150 lineup this fall. Currently standard on the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 and available Read more...


Previewed as a concept during the 2015 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show in Las Vegas, the production version of the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 heads to showrooms this spring. The decision to greenlight the program done in concert with Realtree -- the world’s leading camouflage brand and long-term Chevy partner -- was based on the positive Read more...



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