Workhorse is known for making vans, but their next project is a hybrid pickup truck. Efficient has never looked this powerful. Check out the specs for yourself.
Mercedes-Benz has announced the upcoming X-Class which will feature powerful pickups with a bold design, upscale interior, and luxury features.
Jeep pioneered off-road vehicles and SUVs, but one of their most popular models was an innovative pickup: the 1963 Jeep Gladiator.
Handsome, durable, and comfortable, the 1967-1972 Chevrolet C10 is a popular choice among collectors and enthusiasts.
It’s football season and that means it’s time to enjoy tailgating—but only if you have the right truck.
The next generation Ford F-150 Raptor has received numerous upgrades, cementing its status as a high-performance off-road pickup.
Earlier this year, Fiat Chrysler officially confirmed that the next edition of the Wrangler would include a pickup truck. Jeep drivers across the country are getting excited, so let’s take a closer look at the information about the new vehicle.
Today, Dodge is known for its Ram pickup trucks, but in 1955, everyone was talking about the new Dodge C Series. You will not find as many of these trucks today as their competition, making a C Series an excellent find for any enthusiast.
To celebrate the Fourth of July we needed to take a look at the Ford F-150. The last model was a serious gamble, introducing a new body and new engines. Take a look at the 2016 Ford F-150 and see if the truck still lives up to America's expectations.
The Dodge Lil’ Red Express was only in production for two years, but it left a lasting mark on car collectors with its unique appearance and impressive power.
GM redesigned the light-duty Sierra 1500 two years ago, and the 2016 version has a few small adjustments. If you haven’t investigated the new Sierra 1500 before now, the most recent model is a good place to start.
Everyone knows that trucks can be expensive. However, whether you want a light-duty pickup or a heavy-duty one, there are plenty of great options under $35,000.
In 1955, Chevrolet started work on the Second Series (“Task Force”) trucks and pioneered a new classic in truck design and engineering. The Second Series brought a new sense of style and new specifications.
The current Ford pickup trucks can trace their name to a single model that collectors still appreciate, the 1953 Ford F-100. Learn more about the original F-100s enduring strength and classic charm.