Pickup Trucks

GMC Canyon Denali


The 2023 GMC Canyon Denali continues the tradition of the luxury pickup truck, just in a smaller, mid-sized package. And the cost for this prestigious four-wheel drive? A base price of $52,495, which may sound expensive, puts it on par with other top-trim versions of its competitors.
2024 GMC Sierra 2500 HD

2024 GMC Sierra 2500 HD

The 2024 GMC Sierra 2500 HD is still built to work, and as such, can hold its own against any competitor out there. We expect a base price of around $90,000, which keeps it on par with all the competition.

The 2023 Jeep Gladiator

The 2023 Jeep Gladiator is a perfect option for hardcore off-roading, but as a family car, it demands some clear compromises
Tacoma of Frontier

Tacoma or Frontier? Which Pickup Truck is Right for You?

Tacoma and Frontier are excellent pickup trucks that offer a range of capabilities and features but one stands out
2023 F-150 Raptor R

2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R Goes Beast Mode with a 700-HP...

The Raptor R was out to take back its off-roading crown, and took a page from the TRX handbook with biggest engine & Baja-ready chassis

2023 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ZR2

When you first see the ZR2 nameplate attached to the Silverado 1500, it is impossible not to immediately think of the top-of-the-line Corvette ZR1....
2nd Generation Ford SVT Lightning

A Look Back At The 2nd Generation F-150 Lightning

The SVT Lightning was an excellent performance value with a base price right around $32,000. It was far ahead of its time, and paved the way for all of the hot rod trucks we have today.

Ford F-150 Rattler—Entry-Level Off-Road Vehicle

With the Ford F-150 Rattler you get a fully capable off-road truck without all the bells and whistles, but still get a competent truck that is comfortable enough to live with day to day.
The Dodge Dakota R/T

Cheap Thrills: The Dodge Dakota R/T

Dodge Dakota R/T was designed to burn rubber and raise hell with a torque-happy 5.9L V8 and it does that brilliantly.
2022 Ram Built To Serve Edition


In the first phase of their Built To Serve rollout, Ram honored the Marines, Air Force, Army and Navy. Now, beginning phase two Ram has elected to start with Firefighters