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41Next-gen Chevy Colorado looks like big brother Silverado

After taking the 2013 model year off, it looks like Chevrolet is putting the final touches on the next-generation Colorado, which is already on sale in South America, Asia and Australia. While we don't know when truck buyers in the US will be able to get their hands on the next-generation Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon, we do know that the trucks will be built at GM's Wentzville, MO plant. This plant currently building the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana, but GM is giving it an expansion, retool

54GM proposes $380M investment in St. Louis plant for midsize pickup and van

Whenever a new contract between the United Auto Workers and a major automaker is being hashed out, interesting tidbits regarding future products seem to leak out. Such is the case with the barely finalized deal between General Motors and the UAW. A report from stltoday.com indicates that General Motors is negotiating with local union leaders from the Wentzville, Missouri plant to add 1,850 new workers and a second shift to build a midsize pickup truck.

212011 Toyota Tacoma gets sweet-looking TRD T|X and T|X Pro packages

2011 Toyota Tacoma TRD T|X Pro – Click above for high-res image gallery

93Report: Jeep eyeing entry-level pickup market?

2005 Jeep Gladiator Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

51Nissan Frontier tops latest round of IIHS crash tests, Chevrolet Colorado hits bottom

IIHS compact pickup crash tests – Click above for high-res image gallery

37Will Scion inject freshness into America's stale compact pickup scene?

Scion Hako concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddReport: Scion considering entering compact pickup market

Scion Hako concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

42Evergreener: Long-running Ford Ranger augments safety features for 2010

Click on the image above for a high-res gallery of the 2010 Ford Ranger

17Scrambler could bring a bed back to Jeep - and you can retrofit it!

The good people at Allpar.com unearthed some very interesting information about the oft-rumoured resurrection of a small pickup bearing the Jeep name. We had reported as recently as August that a Jeep pickup based on the Gladiator Concept shown at the 2005 Detroit auto show had been axed because of the cost to develop the vehicle on its own unique platform. It turns out that all this while Jeep had been working on another pickup that actually is based on the Wrangler platform, and would therefor

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