208 Articles
Spy Shots
Report

The lawsuit targets more than 705,000 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks with Duramax engines from 2011 to 2016 model years.

First Drive

The new Duramax makes good use of air in the heavy duty wars.

8 years later, Chevy admits the "man step" is a good idea.

A patent was granted in December 2016.

Video

Out of the 11 trucks that were tested, only one has "good" headlights.

Los Angeles
By The Numbers

Crossovers and trucks continue to fuel American car sales.

The truck and crossover trend continues, but it wasn't enough to help boost GM last month.

Recalls

Seatbelts in Silverados and Sierras could fail. There's also a stop sale on some trucks still at dealers.

Official

Only 700 two-wheel-drive eAssist Silverado and Sierra models will be available, and will only be sold in California.

GM launches eAssist hybrid versions of its Silverado and Sierra pickups. Only 700 will be made for 2016, and you can only buy them in California.

Recalls

GM will recall 2015-2016 examples of the Silverado HD, Sierra HD, and Tahoe Police Pursuit to tighten a nut on their brake pedal. If it gets loose, the brakes might no longer work.

Official

GMC builds a brawnier Sierra All Terrain model. The All Terrain X special edition gets more power, knobbier tires, and blacked-out wheels.

Official

Truck Trend names the GMC Sierra Denali its 2016 Pickup Truck of the Year from a field of seven entrants.

Official

GMC unveils the 2016 Sierra Denali Ultimate, which goes beyond the standard Sierra Denali with more standard equipment and 22-inch wheels.

Recalls

GM is recalling 3,300 examples of the Chevy Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe, and GMC Sierra due to a newly discovered flaw with their ignition switches. The company caught the issue early, and there have been no reports of injuries or crashes.

Official

The 2016 GMC Sierra Elevation Edition lends a meaner, monochromatic look to the brand's recently refreshed truck.

Video

A man with a devastating illness is mobile once again thanks to a heavily modified pickup truck. He hopes he can help others in his situation gain the freedom of mobility they need to lead a normal life.

Report

A new report from Reuters reaffirms something we've heard before: GM will use lots of aluminum in its next-generation fullsize pickups. But GM recently launched ads proclaiming steel as the best metal ever. What gives?