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Cummins' TD Is First Engine to Gain LEV III Certification

Cummins' TD Is First Engine to Gain LEV III CertificationCummins' 6.7-liter inline-six-cylinder turbo-diesel is the first engine to be certified to meet LEV III standards.

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Recall Alert: 2013-2014 Toyota Tundra

Recall Alert: 2013-2014 Toyota TundraMore than 16,200 model-year 2013 and 2014 Toyota Tundras are being recalled to correct a lug-nut problem.

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Chevrolet Reveals MPG Ratings for 2015 City Express

Chevrolet Reveals MPG Ratings for 2015 City ExpressChevrolet released fuel economy ratings for 2015 City Express, making it competitive with segment leaders.

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Coming Monday: 2014 Ultimate HD Challenge Part II

Coming Monday: 2014 Ultimate HD Challenge Part IIIn the next installment of our Ultimate HD Challenge we pit Ford, GMC and Ram against each other.

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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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Mini-Trucks Could Be Next Big Thing

Mini-Trucks Could Be Next Big ThingHot Rod magazine is reporting that vintage mini-trucks could be the next big craze on the restoration circuit.

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Pickup Price Separation Should Work to GM’s Advantage

Pickup Price Separation Should Work to GM’s Advantage'GM's 3-truck strategy will offer enough price separation to make its new midsize appealing to consumers.

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Ford Offers Seamless Sliding Window in 2015 F-150

Ford Offers Seamless Sliding Window in 2015 F-150Ford reveals another segment-first on the 2015 Ford F-150: an optional seamless sliding rear window.

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Spied: 2016 Toyota Tacoma 'Mule'

Spied: 2016 Toyota Tacoma 'Mule'Spy shooters capture 2016 Toyota Tacoma 'mule' doing hot-weather testing in California's Death Valley.

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GM Commits to Standard Payload Calculations

GM Commits to Standard Payload CalculationsMoving forward, GM decides to change the way it calculates maximum payload numbers.

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