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Pickup Trucks Sales Data for First Half of 2014

Pickup Trucks Sales Data for First Half of 2014Most truckmakers are beating their 2013 sales numbers, and we break down the 2014 numbers so far.

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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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Chrysler Gives Cummins a Big Thank You

Chrysler Gives Cummins a Big Thank YouA car company can't do much without the supporting companies that supply their parts and powertrains.

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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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Ram EcoDiesels Set Brisk Sales Pace

Ram EcoDiesels Set Brisk Sales PaceRam's optional 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 in the half-ton pickup truck is proving popular, and could expand volume.

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June's Fastest- and Slowest-Selling Pickups

May's Fastest- and Slowest-Selling PickupsJune was a good month for pickup trucks in general, but especially for the GMC brand.

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Recall Alert: 2007-2011 Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra 2500/3500

Recall Alert: 2007-2011 Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra 2500/3500The owner's manual does not specify a maximum amperage rating for the auxiliary battery feed.

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Spied: 2016 Global Ford Ranger

Spied: 2016 Global Ford RangerThe global Ford Ranger we spotted has a few changes but still won't make it here. But that could change.

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Best-Selling Pickup Trucks: June 2014

Best-Selling Pickup Trucks: June 2014June sales seem to be flattening across the board, with Ram Truck and Nissan Frontier the lone exceptions.

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