Manufacturers show electric, liquid propone and hybrid vehicles at 2017 Work Truck Show but many fleet operators are reluctant to make big investments in alternative fuel technology.
The Environmental Protection Agency will re-open the comment period for its new vehicle emissions standards, which will allow the Trump administration to roll back lofty fuel economy guidelines set by the Obama administration.
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America said it will start production of an all-new Class 6 medium-duty F-Series truck with a segment-first four-cylinder diesel engine that is designed to navigate dense, urban environments.
Ford said at the 2018 Work Truck Show that it will work with XL Hybrids, Motiv Power Systems and Lightning Hybrids to expand its range of electrified and alternative powertrain truck offerings.
Orders for trucks in the heaviest Class 8 weight segment posted a big gain in February over the same period a year ago and point to a rebound for the trucking industry.
Looking to tap a growing global market for pickup trucks, Mercedes-Benz plans to introduce the X-Class pickup truck at the Geneva Motor Show on March 9.
Daimler AG named Martin Daum, the chief executive of its North American division to head its global truck and bus business.
Group of Canadian auto dealers takes advantage of lower used truck values north of the border and currency exchange rates to sell thousands of pickups for large profit via Manheim’s Detroit auto auction.
After a dismal 2016, orders for new heavy-duty trucks turned up in January, surpassing trucking industry expectations.
The North American heavy-duty truck market improved in December, but 2016 still saw sales and production plunge, according to ACT Research.
The 2017 Buick Envision is one of just two vehicles sold in the U.S. that are built in China. It’s comfortable for passengers, but not much fun to drive.