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Chevrolet Colorado

With new midsize pickups arriving every model year, and several more on the horizon, landscaping, pest control, and other fleets have plenty of choices when selecting a tool for the job.

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Chevrolet Marks Four Years of Colorado Sales

U.S. customers have bought more than 428,792 Colorados since 2014. To celebrate the past four years, Chevrolet is expanding the Colorado range with two new special editions: the off-road Z71 Trail Runner and street-focused RST.

Ford Releases 2019 Ranger Power Numbers

Ford's 2019 Ranger delivers 270 horsepower and 310 lb.-ft. of torque that enables the midsize pickup to achieve towing and payload numbers at or near the top of the segment, Ford announced.

Diesel Remains 'Key Component' of GM Lineup

General Motors executives reaffirmed their commitment to offering diesel engines across the company's vehicle lineup while speaking at an event hosted by the Washington Automotive Press Association, according to leading diesel group.

Volkswagen Considering Atlas-Based Pickup

Volkswagen may offer a mid-size pickup to U.S. buyers and is expected to show a concept version of it at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday, sources told Automotive News.

2017 L.A. Auto Show: Trucks and Vans

The 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show showed mostly existing models of trucks and vans with the notable execption of the GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain, a tracked concept truck that was tested at Vail Mountain. Read full coverage here. Photos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Eric Gandarilla, Paul Lim, Andy Lundin, and Roselynne Reyes.

Vehicle Depreciation Shows Pockets of Strength at Midway Point

The average price of a used vehicle for model years 2012 to 2016 decreased in value 1.3%, slightly more than the 1.2% decrease in May, according to Black Book. The price of cars overall dropped 1.8%, while trucks decreased 0.8% in value in June. All vehicles are averaging a 12-month depreciation of 16.7%.