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Ram Turns Up the Heat at Warren Truck Plant

Ram Turns Up the Heat at Warren Truck PlantThis Ram 1500 plant is 76 years old, yet is becoming one of the company's most productive plants.

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Texas Leads the Nation in Pickup Thefts

Texas Leads the Nation in Pickup TheftsTexas and California are very popular states, but also for having the most pickup trucks stolen each year.

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Chrysler Announces Ram Leadership Changes

Chrysler Announces Ram Leadership ChangesReid Bigland gets a promotion and will step down from leading both Ram Truck and Ram Commercial.

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Midwest Is Least Expensive Region for Auto Ownership

Midwest Is Least Expensive Region for Auto OwnershipIowa tops the list of "cheapest" states in which to own a car, according to Bankrate.com.

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Ford Forecaster Optimistic About Future Truck Sales

Ford Forecaster Optimistic About Future Truck SalesOil boom combines with hoped-for housing recovery to make Ford optimistic about future pickup sales.

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Nissan Looks to Move Metal With Rocker Bret Michaels

Nissan Looks to Move Metal With Rocker Bret MichaelsNissan hopes using Bret Michaels will convince consumers its new vans are 'Nothin' But a Good Time.'

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Toyota Dealers Hope Move Puts Pickups in the Spotlight

Toyota Dealers Hope Move Puts Pickups in the SpotlightSome Texas Toyota dealers hope the headquarters move will lead to more engineering and investment.

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Futuristic Big-Rig Technologies Are Almost Here

Futuristic Big-Rig Technologies Are Almost HerePickup trucks will improve as a byproduct of the technology war in the big-rig commercial truck market.

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Can the WTO Successfully Police Global Auto-Parts Industry?

Can the WTO Successfully Police Global Auto-Parts Industry?The WTO might rule Chinese auto parts have an unfair advantage, but consumers could pay more.

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Let's Stop This Now: 'Rolling Coal' Feeds Stereotypes

Let's Stop This Now: 'Rolling Coal' Feeds StereotypesArticles about "rolling coal" protests portray turbo-diesel pickup truck owners in a negative light.

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