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First Drive: 2022 Nissan Frontier

The Nissan Frontier is getting a full-scale redesign for 2022 – and safe to say, it’s been a long time coming. We haven’t seen an all-new Frontier since the second-gen truck debuted in 2005 and we haven’t seen a new model-year since way back in 2019. That means it will have been three full model years since a new Frontier arrived on lots, as it should be doing by the time you read this.

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Road Test: 2021 GMC Yukon Denali

GMC’s upscale Denali trim has become synonymous with bringing a touch of luxury to the truck and SUV segment. The rebuilt-from-the-ground-up fifth-gen Yukon is one of the most recent examples to receive all the latest bells and whistles that come along with the designation. Also built upon the same T1 platform as the modern Chevrolet Tahoe and the flagship Cadillac Escalade, a high level of refinement is almost a given.

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New Competition: GMC Sierra 1500 Diesel vs Ram 1500 EcoDiesel

The popularity of pickup trucks in North America is seemingly at an all-time high, which is significant given that the entire automotive industry has seemingly shifted its focus to efficiency and economy. Sure, trucks are more efficient and practical then they have ever been before, but they are still very large and often feature large V8 engines under the hood, neither of which necessarily produce an economically friendly and fuel efficient vehicle.

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Walks the Walk: 2020 Toyota Tacoma Limited

I‘m honestly a little scared as I sit down to write this review, just as I was a little scared as I took the seat of the 2020 Toyota Tacoma Limited and proceeded to shoot a video review.

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Road Test: 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit

One of Jeep’s biggest selling points is the versatility and capability each and every one of their vehicles have, and the 2020 version of the Grand Cherokee is no exception. Still sticking to the same generation that was introduced back in 2011, the Grand Cherokee enters 2020 perhaps a little long in the tooth, but if you’ve driven one you can clearly see Jeep is sticking with the ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ mantra as it continues to perform as good or better than its competitors.

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2020 Pickup Truck Round-Up

The Canadian sportsman regularly travels into remote wilderness locations where a 4WD vehicle is a must-have. They also tow more than most – be it RVs, boats or powersports trailers. These are givens for those who enjoy hunting and angling. And, these needs certainly dictate the kind of trucks sportsmen buy. So, while there are currently many trucks and SUVs that will do these jobs, 2020 is going to grow the available field substantially.

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First Drive: 2020 Jeep Gladiator

Imagine yourself in the boardroom at FCA five or so years ago. The plans for the Jeep Wrangler redesign have just been finalized, and it’s time to see what can be done to add even more cachet to one of the most beloved and well-recognized vehicles available today, and that’s before we even consider its historical significance.

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The Benchmark – 2019 Ram HD

The pickup wars appear to be at an all-time high as evidenced by continually strong sales numbers and the constant innovation and improvements being made by each one of Detroit’s Big 3. With each of GM, Ford and Ram due for either a full redesign or facelift of their heavy-duty models in 2019-2020, the battle is only set to intensify.

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GMC Sierra CarbonPro Editions Beginning Production

GMC has announced that the Sierra CarbonPro Editions will begin production in early June and will arrive at dealerships this summer. Available on the Sierra Denali 1500 and the Sierra

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Mid-Size Resurrection: 2019 Ford Ranger

For 28 years, the Ford Ranger was a key player in the mid-size pickup truck market. Its size and price were an attractive alternative to the full-size trucks available in the decades from 1983 to 2011 – and, as it got older, its steadily dropping cost kept driving sales.