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Reader's Letters: More Diesels, Please
Reader's Letters: More Diesels, Please Posted August 2 2013 11:06 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend, With gas prices rising, I'm glad automakers are bringing out more diesels. I would love to see a diesel Ford Fusion or F-150. I think the best application for a diesel in the F-150 would be in the SVT...

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Reader's Letters: What Is Multiair?
Reader's Letters: What Is Multiair? Posted July 19 2013 06:58 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend, I enjoyed your first look at the new Jeep Cherokee. I currently have a Honda CR-V, and it appears the Cherokee, at least in 2WD or Level I AWD form, is going after the same audience. The big unknown for me...

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Reader's Letters: Euro Invasion
Reader's Letters: Euro Invasion Posted July 12 2013 07:13 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend, Oh dear, so small-displacement diesels and Euro vans are making headway into the U.S.? I can't say I'm excited at the prospect. Coming from the U.K., my mates and I could only dream of operating American...

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Filed under: Readers Letters, Dodge  | 

Sway Control: Diesel's Potential Equalizer – Fuel Prices
Sway Control: Diesel's Potential Equalizer – Fuel Prices Posted July 9 2013 10:43 AM by Edward A. Sanchez

Among major automakers, opinions and strategies on light-duty diesels usually fall into one of two camps: enthusiastic supporters and circumspect skeptics standing on the sidelines taking a "wait and see" attitude. The...

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Filed under: Editorials, Chrysler, Edward A. Sanchez  | 

Reader's Letters: Long-Term Nissan Dealer Woes
Reader's Letters: Long-Term Nissan Dealer Woes Posted July 8 2013 07:12 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend, I just read your long-term update of the 2012 Nissan Frontier, and, really, you need to find a better dealer! I had the same service done on my 2009 Frontier PRO-4X, at my dealer, and the total was $105...

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Whale Watching: Small Pickups in CAFE-land
Whale Watching: Small Pickups in CAFE-land Posted July 4 2013 07:11 AM by Truck Trend

My high-school buddy's Ford Courier, a hand-me-down from his family's auto parts business, suffered from multiple drivers but went everywhere without complaint, repair, or a big gas bill. Pickups like that deserve a...

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Filed under: Editorials, General Motors  | 

Reader's Letters: Bring The Dodge Dakota Back!
Reader's Letters: Bring The Dodge Dakota Back! Posted June 24 2013 07:09 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend, In "Whale Watching" in your March/April issue, G.R. Whale wants to know what one truck we'd like to see brought back from the "dead." My choice is the Dodge Dakota (forget this Ram nonsense). I've had a...

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Quick Notes on the 2013 Infiniti JX35: Design and Third-Row Space
Quick Notes on the 2013 Infiniti JX35: Design and Third-Row Space Posted June 17 2013 09:35 AM by Truck Trend

I've driven the long-term Infiniti JX35 before, and was reminded this week that the luxury crossover uses what's essentially the same instrument cluster as the long-term 2013 Nissan Altima I drive as a Motor Trend...

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Filed under: Vehicle Reviews, Infiniti  | 

Sway Control: Three Paths to Pickup Fuel Economy - Which Will Prevail?
Sway Control: Three Paths to Pickup Fuel Economy - Which Will Prevail? Posted June 7 2013 07:58 AM by Truck Trend

For many years, the standard half-ton formula was pretty predictable: V-8 engine between 4.6 and 5.7 liters and four-speed automatic transmission. Sure, there were V-6s, but only the fleet buyers or shoppers concerned with...

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Filed under: Editorials, Edward A. Sanchez  | 

Reader's Letters: 2014 Ford F-150 Changes?
Reader's Letters: 2014 Ford F-150 Changes? Posted June 5 2013 07:55 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend,Do you have any intel on what changes are coming for the 2014 F-150? I know there is so much media play on what the 2015 F-150 may look like, but I'd like to know if the 2014 F-150 will have enough changes...

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Truck Trend Legends: Ford Transit
Truck Trend Legends: Ford Transit Posted May 31 2013 07:10 AM by Truck Trend

At the 2013 Detroit auto show, one famous name was consigned to history: the Ford E-Series, aka the Econoline. Its replacement is another famous name: the Transit. Yes, the Transit is well known and well loved -- although...

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Filed under: Editorials, Ford  | 

Reader's Letters: Brockway Rocks
Reader's Letters: Brockway Rocks Posted May 24 2013 08:55 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend,A sentence in G.R. Whale's "Whale Watching" column in the March/April 2013 issue prompts this reply. That sentence is, "Big-truck names like Brockway, sold as far away as Australia...ceased production in...

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Editor's Desk: Diesel, Interrupted
Editor's Desk: Diesel, Interrupted Posted May 20 2013 11:41 AM by Truck Trend

It wasn't so long ago on paper -- a mere five years -- that we were salivating at the potential diesels that were coming to market in North America. Yet in car (or truck) years, five years is like a lifetime. Five years is...

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Filed under: Editorials, Allyson Harwood  | 

Sway Control: Why Full-Size Pickups Are the Hardest Vehicles To Engineer
Sway Control: Why Full-Size Pickups Are the Hardest Vehicles To Engineer Posted May 3 2013 07:12 AM by Truck Trend

In a meeting with Doug Scott, Truck Group Marketing manager for Ford Motor Company, Truck Trend editor Allyson Harwood succinctly summed up the demands of truck buyers, particularly full-size buyers. She said, "All we want...

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Filed under: Editorials, Edward A. Sanchez  | 

Reader's Letters: GMC Turns 100, Why Does the GMC Brand Still Exist?
Reader's Letters: GMC Turns 100, Why Does the GMC Brand Still Exist? Posted April 29 2013 07:30 AM by Truck Trend

Dear Truck Trend, Thanks for the "GMC's Centennial" articles in your January/February and May/June 2013 issues. After 2009, why does the GMC brand still exist? Other than for badge engineering marketing considerations,...

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