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2017 Fleet Truck of the Year: Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Since it last won the award in 2013, the Silverado has continued to improve elements that are important to fleets.

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2017 Fleet Truck of the Year: Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The Silverado is available fleet specific-packages, including the Work Truck Convenience Package, the LT Fleet Convenience Package, and the LT Fleet Plus Package.

Ford F-150 Wins 2016 Fleet Truck of the Year

The light-duty truck has a maximum towing capability of up to 12,200 pounds, also features its award-winning Pro Trailer Backup Assist.

Ford Fusion, Ram 1500 Take 2015 Fleet Car and Truck of the Year Honors

Ford fusion has won five times,, more than any other model since the inception of the award. A winner in 2012, Ram 1500 beat out 40 truck entries.

2015 Fleet Truck of the Year: Ram 1500

The fleet truck of the year’s diesel variant delivers up to 29 mpg and a towing capability up to 9,200 pounds, making it the standout among its competitors.

2014 Fleet Truck of the Year: Ford F-150

The iconic pickup truck was named by fleet managers from across all industries and fleet sizes as this year's top truck.

2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Wins Truck of the Year

The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, which features all-new engines, a new cab layout, and is built with numerous work friendly features was named the 2013 Fleet Truck of the Year.

Ford Fusion and Ram 1500 Earn Fleet Car and Truck of the Year

Fleet managers have spoken and the results are in. The all-new 2013 Ram 1500 was selected as the top fleet truck, while the Ford Fusion took the fleet car crown for the third consecutive year.

Ram 1500 Named 2013 Fleet Truck of the Year

Fleet managers have spoken and the results are in. The all-new 2013 Ram 1500 was selected as the best-of-the-best for the annual truck award.

2012 Ford Fusion and F-150 Remain Fleet Favorites

Ford captured our Car and Truck of the Year awards for the Fusion/Fusion Hybrid and the F-150 pickup for the second year in a row.