Truck

Truck

A truck is a motor vehicle designed to carry cargo. They vary greatly in power and size, with the smallest being similar to a standard automobile with a cargo bed. Commercial trucks can be very large and may be used to mount specialized equipment. A great example is that of the fire truck. Trucks designed for personal use usually consist of a cab, for passengers, and a bed for hauling various items. Most trucks work well on streets as well as off-road.


2015 Toyota Tundra
MSRP: $28,510 - $47,975
2015 Toyota Tacoma
MSRP: $20,965 - $36,635
2015 Ford F-150
MSRP: $25,420 - $54,680
2015 GMC Canyon
MSRP: $20,955 - $37,250
2015 Chevrolet Colorado
MSRP: $20,120 - $34,415
How Ford switched gears for the all-new F-150

This Built America: Ford, Aluminum, And The 2015 F-150

AOL's This Built America series documents the process of Ford revamping its Dearborn Truck plant to produce the new, aluminum F-150.
Chevy Colorado gets box delete option designed for upfitters

The Chevy Colorado is getting a box delete option that will allow upfitters prepare the trucks for very specific work duties. Chevy claims this is the only midsize pickup in the segment to offer such a package.
Ford highlights new F-650 and F-750 with full-size Tonka show truck [w/videos]

While we were focused on all the exotic metal displayed in Geneva, back in America the truck industry was getting to work at the NTEA show in Indianapolis. That's where Ford unveiled its new F-650 and F-750 medium duty trucks, including this life-size, childhood-dream Tonka dump truck.
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