Posted by Mark Williams | March 25, 2012
Several sources are predicting strong March sales numbers for a recovering auto industry.
Posted by Mark Williams | February 20, 2012
Hyundai's John Krafcik clearly states they won't be doing van or pickup, but he doesn't speak for Kia.
Posted by Mark Williams | January 3, 2012
Although sales are strong for Euro makes, we're guessing we won't see a German sport truck anytime soon.
Posted by Mike Levine | July 28, 2011
Next-gen trucks from Ford and GM will have to balance power with frugality to meet tough new fuel-economy standards. Here's the latest from our sources about the engines that will help them accomplish this.
Posted by Mike Levine | June 27, 2011
There's chatter that Chrysler may offer an air suspension for its Ram Heavy Duty pickups, like the one featured on the recent Long-Hauler concept.
Posted by Mike Levine | June 1, 2011
Judging by these photos just snapped by our spies, plus word from our sources, Ram is set to broaden the availability of its innovative RamBox storage feature to its heavy-duty pickups.
Posted by Mike Levine | February 14, 2011
The Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon are expected to end production in Shreveport, La., by June 2012, but that's not the end of the road for GM's midsize twins in the U.S.
Posted by Mike Levine | December 8, 2010
Chevrolet is considering topping off the Silverado truck lineup with a new high-end trim package that would resurrect the classic "Scottsdale" name, according to our sources.
Posted by Mike Levine | November 14, 2010
Fundamental changes may be coming for the next-generation F-150, if rumors about Ford's plans to improve fuel efficiency become reality.
Posted by Mike Levine | November 9, 2010
To accommodate plans for a Dodge Dakota replacement under the Ram truck brand, Chrysler is said to be considering a name change for its pickups.