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How to Balance Truck Application Against Resale

Your primary goal is to spec a truck to meet the intended job function, but how it is spec’ed has a direct bearing on future resale value. Therefore, it is similarly important to maintain a remarketing mindset when identifying specs.

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How to Avoid Over- and Under-Spec'ing Pitfalls

Spec’ing a medium-duty truck is a complicated process that requires hundreds of decisions and choices, with each potentially impacting another. It is a science to achieve the balance between over-spec’ing and under-spec’ing a truck.

The Role of GVWR and GCWR in Spec'ing Work Trucks

Make sure the trucks you buy are designed for their intended purposes with properly specified GVWR and GCWR.

Optimized Truck TCO Starts with the Right Specs

Vehicle specifications should be defined by the fleet application and mission requirements. A truism in truck fleet management is to design a truck that will accommodate your operational requirements rather than trying to make your operation conform to the truck. Here's how you do it.

Nissan Leaf: Back in the Game

Significant improvements in power, range, and in-vehicle technology could make the second-generation Leaf a contender in the growing all-electric market.

Hyundai Accent: The Graduate

The new-for-2018 Accent gets a host of new technology and features and a stem-to-stern redesign worthy of its compact and midsize siblings.

Lincoln Navigator: Pure Luxury

The fourth-generation Navigator adds horsepower, towing capacity, and the latest in driving technology to up the ante in the full-size luxury SUV segment.

Toyota Camry: Let's Just Go Crazy

The 2018 Toyota Camry shakes up a staid midsize sedan segment with aggressive new styling and a 300-horsepower V-6 option.

Honda Accord: Generational Shift

The 10th-generation Honda Accord sheds its V-6 and two-door options and debuts a new engine and transmission lineup to propel a slightly shorter, longer, and wider sedan.

Chevrolet Traverse: Three-Row Midsize

Billed upon its 2009 launch as a replacement for the Uplander minivan and TrailBlazer SUV, the Chevrolet Traverse maintains ties to both segments as it enters its second generation. General Motors describes it as a midsize crossover SUV.