Coverage of the 2010 NTEA Work Truck Show

Coverage of the 2010 NTEA Work Truck Show

If you thought our 2010 Chicago Auto Show coverage highlighted big trucks, you haven't seen anything yet.

We're in St. Louis to cover the 2010 National Truck Equipment Association Work Truck Show, March 10-12. It's North America's largest commercial truck convention. Thousands of vocational, government and private fleet managers and truck buyers will meet with hundreds of manufacturers, distributors and dealers in the Class 1-8 market segments to learn about the newest truck products.

Here are the top news items of the show:

- Chrysler and Cummins Restart Light-Duty Diesel Discussions
- GM Planning to Increase Heavy Duty Towing and Hauling Ratings
- First Look: 2011 Nissan NV Full-Size Commercial Van
- First Look: 2011 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty
- GM Announces Best-in-Class Power Figures for 6.6-Liter Duramax V-8
- International Introduces TerraStar Medium Duty Work Truck

More still to come. We're not stopping at pickup trucks this time!

We'll be here most of the week to bring it to you direct under our "NTEA" tagged posts.

Comments

You aint got no love for Ford?

man!...look at that!!..it looks so strong!!!

Yeah the crane does look pretty strong, I agree!

Who cares about Ford, they are in a league of their own.

Look at this beast. I love it.

Videos of this beast at work would be awesome. I'll just surf the internet.

@Frank
Yes, they are in a league of their own. A league where you can go broke just changing some spark plugs, a league where most of the engines are considered boat anchors...

That Dodge work truck looks awesome. What a nice truck to work with. Meanest looking truck out there. These are real workhorses and get the job done for sure. Too bad about the Kodiak and Topkick though.



Post a Comment

Please remember a few rules before posting comments:

  • Try to be civil to your fellow blog readers.
  • Stay on topic. We want to hear your opinions and thoughts, but please only comment about the specified topic in the blog post.
  • Your email will not be shown.

If you have a TypeKey or TypePad account, please Sign In

Home | Buy or Sell a Truck | News | Special Reports

Powered by Cars.com. By using this site, you agree to our terms of service | © 2017 Cars.com | Privacy Statement | Contact Us