Posted by Mark Williams | April 24, 2012
The 8-lug versions of the new Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks appear to have a new gas engine.
Posted by Mark Williams | March 21, 2012
Some media outlets seem confused as to why the top-of-the-line trim packages are doing so well. We're not.
Posted by Mark Williams | September 15, 2011
Compared with luxury SUVs, pickup trucks offer more bang for the buck.
Posted by Mike Levine | September 2, 2011
Watch Diesel Power's video of our recent 2,000-mile heavy-duty comparison test.
Posted by Mike Levine | August 14, 2011
General Motors has announced that the 2012 GMC Sierra Heavy-Duty will once again own the best-in-class towing and hauling numbers among HD pickups.
Posted by Mike Levine | August 4, 2011
We towed heavy trailers over two tough climbs, performed acceleration and braking exercises and measured fuel economy over a 2,000 mile drive route, but which test is this and which truck outperformed the other two?
Posted by Mike Levine | July 18, 2011
A family pulled up next to us on I-70 to ask this very important question during our Heavy-Duty Hurt Locker comparison test.
Posted by Mike Levine | July 13, 2011
Our latest comparison is underway and it's brutal. We're testing three one-ton pickups towing trailers weighing almost 19,000 pounds, from the Rocky Mountains to Nevada and back. We call it the Heavy-Duty Hurt Locker.
Posted by Mike Levine | June 10, 2011
GM and Oak Ridge National Laboratory are jointly developing new emissions cleaning technology that promises better fuel economy for future heavy-duty diesel truck buyers.
Posted by Mike Levine | January 24, 2011
GM plans to add a third shift at its heavy-duty truck plant in Flint, Mich. to meet increased demand for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500 and 3500 HD pickups