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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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Latest Truck News

Ford announces 2017 Raptor horsepower

At the State Fair of Texas, Ford announced horsepower and torque for the new 2017 Raptor, Ford's ultimate off-road race machine. The Baja-inspired truck is powered by a version of the second-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 engine. In this truck, it will put out 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque, increases of 39 horsepower and 76 lb-ft over Read more...


Ram Trucks enhanced for 2017

The State Fair of Texas is one of the largest truck-focused events in the country, serving as an ideal location for manufacturers to announce what's around the corner for the next model year. This year, Ram took the opportunity to show off the changes coming to its 2017 lineup, while also unveiling its latest Texas-themed special edition truck.   New Read more...


An updated version of the 2018 Ford F-150 pickup has been spotted undergoing development tests in these spy photos. While Ford has introduced a number of enhancements since the aluminum-bodied pickup was introduced two years ago and is slating even more for the upcoming 2017 model in the form of a new 10-speed automatic transmission, a mid-cycle refresh is Read more...


Boasting a host of distinctive dark-side visual touches, the new 2017 Ram 1500 Night Package rolls into showrooms this fall. This factory-direct trim will be available on Regular Cab, Quad Cab and Crew Cab 1500 Sport models, in RWD/AWD configurations, long/short bed lengths and give buyers the choice of a 305-hp/3.6-liter Pentastar V6 or 395-horse/5.7-liter Read more...


Last year, General Motors entered into an agreement with the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) to build an experimental fuel-cell powered vehicle based on the Chevrolet Colorado. We now have our first glimpse of that zero-emissions midsize pickup that will be tested during a 12-month evaluation regimen of Read more...


Chevy’s hot-selling midsize Colorado pickup gains a pair of significant powertrain upgrades for 2017 that should boost performance and fuel economy. Colorado also adds as standard equipment a new IntelliLink radio and GM’s new Teen Driving mode technology that can track behind-the-wheel behavior of younger drivers.  Also: Class of 2017 – New Cars Read more...


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