Happy Thanksgiving From PickupTrucks.com

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We have plenty to be thankful for this holiday season here at PickupTrucks.com, so we wanted to pass along our thanks to our readers and commenters for their support of this niche-focused website.

No doubt we'll be thanking several of the pickup truck manufacturers in 2018 as they bring new offerings, new engines and updated designs to market. Likewise, PUTC is hoping to beef up its offerings and look in the coming year. If everything goes according to plan, we'll have more to share with you as we take our usual close-up look at what the new pickup trucks have to offer.

From all of us to all of you, Happy Thanksgiving.

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Comments

I’m thankful for a great year of truck news!

Taylor

Thanks to the staff and publisher at PUTC! Happy Thanksgiving

Here's hoping that when I carve the turkey tomorrow, out will
pop a 2018 Nissan xd Pro-4X with the Cummins....
Yeah, and then the alarm went off....Gobble Gobble.

@Painfulwale its not New Years, It's thanksgiving they is still over a month of the year to go a lot can happen

I'm thankful for my new F-150. And thanks to PUTC.
Job well done!

I'm thankful that I can buy and drive what I want, a quintessential full-size American V8 truck, and am not limited to the truck version of a Trabant that the government deems is my only choice.

I'm thankful for beutiful women, beer, and pickup trucks.

@michigan bob

you forgot to mention BAFO

Happy Thanksgiving to All!

@ everyone

Thanks for all the good wishes. Really looking forward to this coming year. Hope you all have a great day of good food and family.



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