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Nissan's 2019 Titan XD: A Multi-Function Workhorse

The 2019 Nissan Titan XD stakes out a unique position between traditional heavy-duty and light-duty pickup trucks, offering the towing and hauling capability of larger, more expensive models — with fuel-efficiency and affordability closer to a 1/2-ton pickup.

2019 Ford Ranger's Fleet Prospects

After more than seven years away from the North American market, the Ford Ranger is making a comeback. While developing the new midsize pickup, Ford listened to feedback from commercial fleets.

Honda Ridgeline: Now Available as a Pickup

The Honda Ridgeline made its debut in the 2006-MY as a carlike alternative to midsize pickups. The Ridgeline remained popular (and profitable) enough that Honda decided to relaunch it for the 2017-MY after a two-year production hiatus.

GM Seeks to Revitalize Mid-Size Pickup Market

After largely disappearing for several years, GM hopes to connect fleets with its mid-size truck offerings. The Colorado Work Truck trim is specifically designed with fleets in mind.

GM's Three-Truck Strategy

Both Chevrolet and GMC have introduced three all-new pickups to offer fleets a variety of options for their variety of needs.

Chevrolet Colorado: Compact Pickup Revisited

To compete against the Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Frontier and the more carlike Honda Ridgeline, GM plans to deliver class-leading power, payload and towing capacity with the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado.

Chevrolet Re-enters Mid-Size Pickup Market with Colorado

There will be three configurations of the 2015 Colorado — an extended-cab model with a 6-foot bed, a crew cab with a 5-foot bed, and a crew cab with a 6-foot bed. For fleet and commercial customers, Chevrolet is also planning to offer a rear-seat delete and box-delete version.

New Van & Truck Products to Re-Energize the Upfit Market

The entry of all-new vans will generate a host of upfit packages, offering new shelving/bin options for walk-in applications and high-roof configurations. These new models, along with new pickups, will re-energize the upfit market.

Are Compact Pickups an Endangered Species?

A fleet mainstay for more than several decades, compact pickups appear to be going the way of the dodo thanks, in part, to less expensive and more efficient full-size pickups and utility vehicles.

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