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Pickup trucks are consistently among the top-selling vehicles month after month and year after year, which means they appeal to a broad spectrum of consumers. From new pickups to comparison tests to spy photos to the ins and outs of towing and hauling, sister site PickupTrucks.com has these family-hauling beasts of burden covered.
Starting today, each Thursday we'll share what's new in the pickup truck world as reported by PickupTrucks.com.
Luxury Pickup Challenge
Our road-test crew put four top-of-the-line, heavy-duty pickups to the test in the 2017 3/4-Ton Premium Truck Challenge. Because three-quarter-ton pickups are often ignored on dealer lots, we decided to shine the spotlight on the class to see which one had the best combination of brains and brawn.
GM is redesigning its half-ton Chevrolet and GMC pickups for model-year 2019. Our spy photographers got photos of a prototype GMC Sierra 1500 in the mountains of Colorado.
As with other vehicles, pickup sales have slowed a bit this year, but a couple of brands — Ram and Toyota — are poised to shake up long-held standings if they continue their current growth trajectory.
Pickups Go Electric
Workhorse Group will start producing its extended-range electric pickup, the Workhorse W-15, later this year. The company revealed the truck Tuesday at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo in Long Beach, Calif. We took it for a quick spin.
2017 Ford F-250 Photo Gallery
The 2017 Ford Super Duty F-250 King Ranch won our 2017 3/4-Ton Premium Truck Challenge. Get a closer look at this luxury hauler in our photo gallery.