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Why you won't always save money when buying a used vehicle.

You're brand new car is going to lose a ton of value right when you drive it off the lot, right? Turns out, that may not always be the case.

Comparo

Comparing the new Ford with the U.S. midsize pickup market

These midsize trucks are very similar on paper.

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Chevy, Lexus and Nissan made the cut.

Each brings something new and novel to the table.

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Think overlanding and Ford Raptor.

AEV doesn't just build Jeeps and Rams.

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The special bowtie badge dates back to 1918

They're going on sale in October and November.

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It could have up to 340 horsepower

It will compete against five other types of compact pickup.

First Drive

Don't expect Raptor Lite, but do expect a very compelling package.

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Some thoughtful touches make this Colorado a totally tubular way to hit the beach with your rad buddies.

The hydrogen fuel cell provides juice for a portable power unit while another system harnesses the ZH2's water emissions to provide a drink for thirsty troops.

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Maybe if the midsize pickup market gets big enough, we could see a new Ranger and Frontier.

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The full reveal will be at the Association of the United States Army trade conference.

Spy Shots

Chevy's Tacoma fighter looks to finally be ready for some serious off-road duty. These spy shots reveal a beefed up and reworked version of the Colorado.

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Chevrolet introduced the current Colorado pickup in Thailand, and now it's bringing a concept truck that could foreshadow a facelift to the mid-sizer.

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With the latest Shoreline edition, Chevrolet is taking the Colorado from the mountains down to California to visit the country's largest market for midsize pickups.

Recalls

And no, it's not a Takata issue.

GM is recalling the 2016 Chevy Colorado, Malibu, and GMC Canyon for the possibility of a missing component in the airbag inflator.

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Chevrolet's 2016 Midnight Edition pickups display their menacing looks at the Chicago Auto Show. Chevy had a hard time keeping up with the truck's massive popularity last year and decided to bring them back to the market.

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Diesel versions of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon will start arriving at dealers soon after a delay in the original fall deliveries.

Recalls

The 2016 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon face a recall because the console lid can potentially open in a crash, which goes against federal rules.