Three fun new trims
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Money will retool two factories
Black, white, red and silver all over
Custom suspension adapted from Formula 1 race cars
Is this the first truck with a “Baja” mode?
Big torque and a big flag for the all-new Duramax
Host of Canada’s Worst Driver is a truck guy, through and through
New drivetrain to bring nominal improvement in economy
Nissan steps up its truck game.
New entry-level F-150 trim level, plus some shocking Raptor news
An old-school Ford you won’t see every day.
Ram mulling cashing in on money-making segments
New patents point to technology intensive future V8
Ridgeline stands up better to the abuse than Silverado or F-150
The Ram 1500 Stinger Yellow Sport makes a beeline into showrooms
What makes a truck a truck?
Diesel-beating torque and 10-speed transmission for 2017 Ford F-150
A real work truck. Too bad it’s fleet service only
This pair of special edition Silverados have very little shiny bits, and very big wheels
Nissan’s 3/4 ton gas Titan starts at $44,900
Non-fraternal twin of diesel-powered Titan XD arrives in Big Apple
Mercedes-Benz’s first pickup truck is expected to bow later this year.
This Willys looks right at home sitting in that orchard, but might look better in your driveway
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma will join the TRD Pro Series lineup, alongside the 4Runner and the Tundra.
Nissan expands Titan into half-ton territory
Titan Warrior concept is Nissan’s glove-slap for Ford Raptor.
Honda unveiled the all new 2017 Ridgeline at the Detroit auto show to reclaim its share of the pickup truck market, and it looks vaguely familiar.
The Titan XD may look like a regular duty pickup, but it’s a completely new breed.
Work trucks, working.
Now anyone can park a boat trailer.
Ahh, the venerable pickup truck. Reliable mule to the working man. Ideal platform for lifting, supercharging and bro-dozing in general. Scourge to the Brits. Scourge to The Continent, too, come to think of it. It’s all of these things and many, many more. But, ideal road trip companion? What about daily driver? Maybe not traditionally,…
It might be too soon to call it, but there’s evidence of a revolution brewing in the mid-size truck segment. The arrival of a refreshed Toyota Tacoma for 2016 means that those shopping outside the full-size pickup segment now have three fresh options to choose from, as the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon were both…
A look at the big-three Eco Trucks, and the big technologies at work under their hoods
Built Ford tough.
A look at some favourite rides, features and accessories for this summer’s camping trips.
If you go to the Detroit Auto Show this week and only look at the trucks, you might be mistaken for thinking it’s SEMA in Las Vegas instead. With the number of factory custom trucks with serious off-road capabilities and street-savvy style, Detroit has turned into the North American International Truck Show. The all-new Ford F-150…
Canadians stick with bread and butter options when searching for a car in 2014
Veteran contractor Bryan Baeumler has gained international fame with his hit TV shows Leave it to Bryan, House of Bryan and Disaster DIY. It’s no surprise the Gemini-award winning host is the handyman of home renos, but he’s also a car guy who isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty tinkering with wheels. Baeumler owns…
Whether it’s a snow-covered mountainside, a road-turned-quagmire by the spring thaw or just a great, big old mud pit out at your mate’s farm, Canadians feel an affinity for rugged, off-road rigs. Our wide-open landscape with dramatic and challenging terrain gives us plenty of opportunity to test our vehicles, and ourselves, in often-foolish off-road endeavours….
When Ford asked us to head on down to the hill country surrounding San Antonio, Texas, so that we could drive the all-new 2015 Ford F-150, we didn’t hesitate for a moment.
We had the opportunity to test out the all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and 2015 GMC Canyon mid-size pickups in the sunny oceanside town of Del Mar.
Short in length, long on character.
Story and Photos by Justin Pritchard Pickups, SUVs and crossovers are a big part of Canada’s used vehicle market – especially as shoppers trade in their few-year-old models on the ever-evolving latest and greatest models. Many Canadian shoppers look strongly towards used ‘utility’ vehicles when capability, toughness, and a sense of adventure are priorities in…
Last-generation Ram loved for power and styling