After a record-setting year for auto sales in America, many carmakers want to rule 2016, and we have a feeling that these 10 manufacturers are set to dominate.
All new for 2016, the diesel-powered Nissan Titan XD boldly goes where other full-size pickups can’t. Will it translate to big sales for Nissan?
After striking out with its last full-size SUV, Kia may have just unveiled the best-looking SUV of the year. Too bad it’s only a concept.
At the Detroit Auto Show, Ford introduced a bold mobility program that could change the way people own and drive cars.
What do you do if you win the annual ‘Truck of Texas’ award and have one badass turbo diesel V8 engine at the ready? You make a Ford Raptor fighter, of course!
After the Borrego failed to take off in 2009, Kia’s giving the SUV market another shot.
The Nissan Titan XD will be priced between $40,000 and $60,000 — the sweet spot between light- and heavy-duty trucks.
Ford’s CEO revealed clues about a hybrid F-150. Here’s what electrification could mean for America’s best-selling vehicle.
Will Mercedes-Benz’s new pickup truck be a successful as its M-Class SUV?
Nissan’s Titan XD truck got top marks at the annual Texas Auto Writers Association’s ‘Truck Rodeo.’
Ford’s F-150 gets beefed-up, lowered-down, and otherwise overhauled as aftermarket specialists have their way with the country’s leading pickup.
Not to be outdone, Land Rover is gunning for the new — and very expensive — Bentley Bentayga with a $300,000 super-luxury SUV.
Following years of delays, Tesla’s first SUV — and the world’s first mass-market electric utility — made it’s first public appearance.
Rumors from Europe suggest that Ford might be giving it’s Escape crossover the ST treatment — a first for its SUVs.
Here are 6 plug-in utility vehicles — 5 hybrids and one pure EV — debuting in America in late 2015 and early 2016.
Cadillac laid out its hand for the crossover SUV segment with the SRX-replacing XT5.
Toyota’s gnarliest version of the Tundra has been designed to reach the furthest places on the planet. So exactly how much mud can this thing fling? A lot.
The discontinued 2014 Ford F-150 Tremor could signal the end of an era for sport trucks in the U.S. market.
These 5 utility vehicles will be making their big debut under the lights of one of the world’s largest auto shows.
Trucks have gotten a bad reputation for being expensive lately, but that’s not always the case. Here are the 7 cheapest trucks currently on sale.
Ford gambled big when it decided to build the new F-150 out of aluminum, but despite early articles calling it a mistake, Ford’s looking pretty good these days.
For some of us, going outside isn’t just an option, it’s a requirement, and we need a vehicle that can handle anything that gets thrown at it.
The redesigned Toyota Tacoma is a great truck that’s receiving a lot of praise, but not every vehicle is right for every buyer. Who should and shouldn’t buy the Tacoma?
Ford just released footage of its 2017 Raptor off-roading in the Michigan woods, proving that this truck may be the greatest slice of manliness since Old Spice.
We don’t know for certain, but despite GM’s criticism of Ford for using aluminum in the F-150, all signs point to next-generation GM trucks being aluminum, too.
Consumer Reports tests a lot of vehicles, and that includes trucks and SUVs. Which ones did the best on the Consumer Reports off-road course? These are the 12 best.
One of the worlds wildest 4×4 builders is working on an all-new model, and it’s looking for your help.
While pickup truck prices continue to climb, Ford has thrown down the gauntlet with the 2016 F-150 Limited, the most luxurious truck to ever come from the Blue Oval.
A report that Ford is offering $10,000 discounts on the F-150 in some reasons has Bloomberg thinking there’s a sales slump, but the evidence doesn’t hold up.
With its new ad campaign, Chevy gets political and raises doubts about the best-selling Ford F-150’s aluminum construction. Will it be enough to convince truck buyers?
Thanks to an obscure 25% tariff, importing trucks into the United States is incredibly expensive. If it’s lifted soon, there’s a chance we could buy these seven trucks.
Ford took a big risk when it redesigned the F-150, but if June sales are any indication, it looks like Ford is winning big in the truck segment.
Evidence is mounting that Ford’s Ranger will get the Raptor treatment, but don’t expect it to make it Stateside.
Ram’s off-roading Rebel and leather-clad Laramie test the waters for trucks in the $50,000 range.
Recent production woes have become a major issue for America’s best-selling vehicle. Can it stay at the top while weathering yet another setback?
It won’t quite be the Rambo Lambo of the late ’80s, but it will be what you’d expect from a four-door Lamborghini.
Toyota’s Hilux is the international Tacoma of sorts. But sadly, we’ll probably never get one.
When Mercedes announced it would be building a pickup truck, rumors started that BMW might do the same. According to BMW, though, that’s never going to happen.
Ford has a CNG model of the F-150 pickup coming for the 2016 model year. Here’s a look at the economy compared to gas models.
The pressure was intense, but a top safety rating and steady sales for F-150 should be enough for Ford to claim success with its redesigned pickup.
While sales of sedans are still struggling, Acura is having some major success with its crossover SUVs. Can SUV sales revive the brand?
A new package for the Silverado HD adds a monochromatic flare, new wheels, and little else.
When the U.S. government challenged auto manufacturers to design a better semi, Daimler answered with the most amazing truck we have ever seen.
Mercedes has announced plans to be the first premium manufacturer to offer a pickup truck.
Thanks to its lighter weight and more fuel efficient engines, the 2015 Ford F-150 is expected to see a significant jump in resale value down the line.
The Hyundai Santa Cruz concept wowed at Detroit this year, but Hyundai says it’s seriously trying to bring the concept to production.
Lotus is known for its sports cars, but as sales suffer, could an SUV be the sales success that saves the brand?
You may not need that drone to drop off your Amazon orders after all, as the company is apparently trying to 3D-print products on its delivery trucks.
The promise of wide margins and new customers is luring ultra-luxury companies into the SUV game, and we reckon it’s a perfect fit for Rolls-Royce.
Truck lovers, your time is nigh. A slew of new and exciting pickups are about to hit the market, and each is as exciting as the next.