Chicago Auto Show Truck Roundup Tops What’s New on PickupTrucks.com
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CARS.COM — New on sister site PickupTrucks.com this week: The 2018 Chicago Auto Show makes a few headlines; Nissan Titans get a lift from the factory; and an explanation of payload classifications.
Windy City Trucks
Here's everything that made pickup-truck-related news from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
Need a Lift?
Nissan Titan owners and buyers can now add a factory-authorized lift kit that won't void the truck's warranty.
Pickup Trucks 101
Always wondered what exactly those 1500, 2500 or 3500 numbers mean in truck names? Wonder no more.
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