We check out the Supra, Explorer, GT500 and more.
Last year was all about the latest in light-duty full-size pickup trucks, so this year, Ram, Ford and Chevy are launching the heavy-duty variants. The first out of the gate is the redesigned 2019 Ram 2500 and 3500 HD, and Ram dropped all the pertinent specs with the reveal. Chevy isn't far behind with the new Silverado HD getting a full reveal in February, and Ford announced a new Super Duty coming sometime in the next 24 months. Since we're still waiting on details about the new Chevy and Ford
Sure, a self-driving Bolt may be cool, but a Silverado is going to haul the earnings.
New Explorer vs Traverse, Pilot, Palisade, Ascent and Highlander.
The entry-level long-range EV market is heating up.
Classic cars come in all shapes and sizes. And, as this list of future collectibles from Hagerty proves, they can also come from pretty much any model year.
2018 was a fascinating year for car sales.
There's a reason Chevy is launching it last.
All four cars appeared in the movies and will be sold as a group.
A distant third no more: Ram's fourth-quarter sales are tied with Silverado.
Every brand is seeing rapidly declining sedan sales.
Could this be related to the mid-engine supercar on its way?
The credit for GM EVs falls to $3,750 in April.
The dually still gets the 'bedsteps.'
These are the vehicles that have been discontinued after the 2018 model year. If you want one of these cars, you'd better act fast.