Posts from ‘Pickup Trucks’
When General Motors dropped the Hummer brand from its lineup at the end of 2010, few could have imagined the nameplate would ever make a comeback. Hummer was so closely associated with excessive consumption and short-sighted corporate management that the moniker would seem forever doomed to the ashcan of automotive history.
Class: Large Pickup Truck
Miles driven: 347
Fuel used: 19.8 gallons
Note: The following story was excerpted from the February 2011 issue of Collectible Automobile magazine
By Don Sikora II
Back in 1953, trucks were nearly always used for work. Dodge recognized this and attempted to tailor its truck offerings to every possible need.
We’ve seen this truck someplace before…
Riding the coattails of the media buzz following the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show press days, electric-car manufacturer Tesla hosted an invitation-only reveal event last night for its forthcoming electric pickup: the Cybertruck.
In a class that divides roughly 2.4 million annual sales between just six entries with average transaction prices reaching $48,000, Nissan’s Titan has long run a distant last. While it’s unlikely this recent update will change that, it may well result in a bigger slice of this very lucrative pie.