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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 Nissan Titan First Review

It's no secret that Nissan's full-size pickup, the Titan, hasn't exactly made its entrenched competitors quake in their boots since it debuted as a 2004 model. Despite offering a standard V8 and nifty features like the Utili-track cargo channel system in the bed, it just couldn't come close to knocking the Ford F-150 from the throne. In fact, its sales Read more...


2017 Ford F-150 and Super Duty STX Bow

Offering a combination of style and value, Ford has announced an STX Appearance Package for the 2017 F-150 pickup and, for the first time, also is offering an STX group for its new 2017 F-250 and F-350 Super Duty trucks. Slotting between the XL and XLT trims, the STX trim includes both exterior and interior enhancements. Also: Class of 2017 – New Cars Read more...


When it comes to heavy-duty trucks, capability is king. But making a truck that has the best capability is no longer good enough, not even in the heavy-duty truck segment. These truck buyers want more -- more features, more luxury and a nicer ride. Fortunately, Ford appeals to all with its 2017 F-Series Super Duty lineup, all-new for the first time since Read more...


The 2017 Ford Super Duty pickup family will introduce a new strain of cup-holder technology that should please even the thirstiest of owners. This new – and patented – transformable cup-holder design relies on a combination dual cup holder/storage bin between the front seats. A movable panel above the existing holders can be slid to the left to create an Read more...


Broadening its new line of full-size pickups, Nissan has taken the wraps off of Single Cab versions of its Titan pickup. Slated to arrive at dealers in late fall, the 2017 Nissan Titan half-ton and its brawnier Titan XD sibling share much of the same design and technology found in their existing Crew Cab counterparts but are being geared more toward Read more...


Jeep boss Michael Manley recently confirmed to KBB that a new Jeep Wrangler pickup was definitely part of the next-generation plans for the division’s iconic go-anywhere model. Now, the first prototype of Jeep’s would-be rival to the likes of the Chevy Colorado, Honda Ridgeline and Toyota Tacoma has been spotted undergoing preliminary testing. This heavily Read more...


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