'17 Ford Raptor pricing to start at $49,520Tue, 26, Jul 2016
Pricing for the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCab will start at $49,520, including shipping, giving Ford another opportunity to drive average transaction prices higher for the F series, the top-selling light vehicle in the U.S.
The coming clash over MPG rulesMon, 25, Jul 2016
Agencies hailed the 1,217-page draft Technical Assessment Report's findings as evidence that the industry is ahead of schedule in complying with the Obama administration's ambitious National Program of harmonized greenhouse gas and fuel economy regulations. But the report also noted that if the 2025 model year standards remain unchanged, the industry won't reach the 54.5-mpg fleet target.
GM, Isuzu end pickup truck tie-up in Asia; GM eyes more upscale marketFri, 22, Jul 2016
GM and Isuzu have agreed to stop working together on developing midsize pickup trucks made in Asia, as the U.S. automaker focuses on the higher end of the market while the Japanese firm sticks to selling vehicles for everyday commercial purposes.
Nissan declares its 'year of the truck'Mon, 25, Jul 2016
Nissan has declared this as its “year of the truck,” with fresh changes coming for the Titan, Armada, Pathfinder and Rogue.
Ford's redesigned Super Duty pickup raises performance anteMon, 18, Jul 2016
Ford used the weight savings from an aluminum body to beef up the capabilities of its redesigned 2017 Super Duty pickups, which it says will beat the competition in towing, payload, torque and diesel horsepower ratings.
Silverado gains after attack ad; F series, tooMon, 11, Jul 2016
The Chevy Silverado gained market share after running ads attacking the Ford F-150 pickup as too flimsy. But so did the F-150.
Canada auto sales rise 7.4% in June on strong Detroit 3, Japan 3 volumeMon, 04, Jul 2016
The Detroit 3 and Japan's biggest automakers posted higher Canadian sales in June, boosted by growing demand for light trucks and an extra selling day during the month. Across the industry, June sales hit a new record for the month, rising 7.4 percent to 191,088 cars and light trucks.