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Next Generation Ram Heavy Duty Will Be 2019, Not 2020 – Deliveries Begin in March 2019

October 22, 2018

New Ram Power Wagon

The all-new Ram Heavy Duty truck is coming next year, and the latest information reaffirms that it will be a 2019 model, not a 2020 truck as we initially thought a few months ago.

New 2019 Ram Heavy Duty

This timeline reveals several important milestones. It says that production of the current 2018 Ram HD truck ends at the end of December 2018.

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2019 Ram 1500 Chosen as Truck of Texas

After two days of rain-soaked test drives of 57 qualifying pickup trucks, SUVs and crossovers, the Texas Auto Writers Association selected the new 2019 Ram 1500 as the Truck of Texas.

The overall prize is typically the most coveted of several awards presented by the professional organization, which this year included 69 journalists choosing 24 category winners. In addition to the Truck of Texas overall award, the 2019 Ram 1500's Limited trim scored a win in the Full-Size Pickup Truck category, the Laramie Longhorn variant won for Luxury Pickup Truck, and the Rebel won for Off-Road Pickup Truck.

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The New 2019 Ford Ranger Is Reborn: We Get a First Hands-On Opportunity at the Michigan Assembly Plant

October 22, 2018

2019 Ford Ranger – first hands on

New 2019 Ford Ranger production starts at the storied Ford Michigan Assembly Plant (MAP) in Wayne, Michigan. Ford recently invested $850 million into retooling the plant to produce the Ranger and the upcoming Ford Bronco. Yep, approximately half of the production facility will be dedicated to the Bronco that starts production in 2020.

Another interesting note about the Michigan Assembly Plant is that it opened in 1957 to build Ford station wagons, but it also produced the original Ford Bronco starting in 1966. Bronco production ended in 1996, but the plant also produced the Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator until 2008.

We know a lot about the upcoming 2019 Ranger already, with two significant exceptions. We know the power specifications, payload, and towing. We know the pricing structure, and the trim levels.

The engine is a 270 hp and 310 lb-ft 2.3L EcoBoost I4 that is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Ford rates the maximum towing capacity for the Ranger at 7,500 lbs.

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2019 Ford Ranger Raptor: Here It Is Hanging Out in Michigan

Oct 22, 2018

Now, let me clarify: I don’t mean a future Ranger Raptor. I just mean a 2019 Ranger Raptor. The one that other markets have but we don’t. Keep that in mind before you fire off an email to us with a photo of one attached and some line about but Jalopnik saaaaaid...

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Nissan Titan XD Gets Some Upgrades, Price Increases for 2019

For model-year 2019, the Nissan Titan XD will get a few minor tweaks along with price increases that range from around $1,700 to a bit more than $2,000. The class-splitting XD pickup truck will offer a new grille design for the SV trim as well as a larger diesel exhaust fluid tank for Cummins-equipped models. Buyers also get two new color choices: Midnight Pine Metallic and Moab Sunset.

It will cost approximately $3,000 to move from a Titan XD 4x2 to a 4x4, and the turbo-diesel Cummins engine and stronger six-speed transmission will cost roughly $5,000 to $6,000 more than the gas version depending on trim. Maximum payload capacity for the XD (when properly equipped) is 2,990 pounds, while max fifth-wheel towing is 12,710 pounds (also, when properly equipped).

Here's how pricing shakes out by cab and trim level for the 2019 Nissan Titan XD (all prices include the $1,395 destination fee):

Single-Cab 5.6-Liter V-8 Gas/5.0-Liter V-8 Diesel

  • S 4x2: $34,065/$39,665
  • S 4x4: $37,195/$42,795
  • SV 4x2: $38,135/$44,245
  • SV 4x4: $41,265/$47,375
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King off the road: Ford, Chevy and Ram pickups battle for supremacy

Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press Published 7:00 a.m. ET Oct. 20, 2018 | Updated 10:18 p.m. ET Oct. 22, 2018

All-new 2019 Chevy Silverado pickup has advanced new features, more room, payload and towing capacity. Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press Auto Critic

Like tailfins in the ‘50s and muscle cars in the ‘60s, off-road pickups have become image makers for entire automotive brands, attracting passionate owners, raking in profits and earning a reputation for ruggedness and capability that rubs off on other vehicles.

“Off-road vehicles are performance vehicles,” said Mark Dickens, Chevrolet executive director of performance vehicles and accessories.

“They’re halo vehicles. The Camaro raised perception of Chevrolet’s whole line of cars. Off-road does the same for trucks.”

The Ford F-150 Raptor’s Baja-racing inspired 450-horsepower engine, Ram 2500 Power Wagon’s 12,000-pound winch and Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison’s snorkel exhaust have replaced hood scoops and Hurst shifters as bragging points for passionate car fans.

“Special-edition off-road trucks are like high-horsepower, limited editions of sports cars. They inject enthusiasm into the lineup, building on the fundamental capabilities trucks need to do their more mundane jobs,” IHS Markit senior analyst Stephanie Brinley said.

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GM Boosts 2019 Chevy Silverado Power and Efficiency with 2.7-L Turbo

GM Boosts 2019 Chevy Silverado Power and Efficiency with 2.7-L Turbo

Purpose-built four-cylinder truck engine pumps out more torque and horsepower and gets better city mpg than previously standard 4.3-liter V-6

General Motors Company   October 19, 2018

The  2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with GM's new 2.7-L Turbo offers full-size truck customers a capable and efficient choice with an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 20 mpg city/23 mpg highway in rear-wheel-drive models.

To achieve both better performance and overall efficiency, engineers made choices with engine technologies, advanced manufacturing and the use of mixed materials. The base curb weight of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado with the 2.7L Turbo is 380 lbs. less than the current Silverado with the 4.3L V-6, despite having more interior room and cargo space.

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It Looks Like the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD Will Have Flow-Through Lettering on the Grille

It Looks Like the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD Will Have Flow-Through Lettering on the Grille

The big, blocky "Chevrolet" nameplate won't just be for show.

The next-generation Chevrolet Silverado HD trucks due out for the 2020 model year will have a grille that’s both functional and a little different-looking. In lieu of a bowtie emblem, the word “Chevrolet” will be stamped across the front of the grille—and according to the snoops at GM Authority, the lettering will be cut out to increase airflow, just like the hollow "Flow-tie" that that first appeared on the fifth-gen Z/28 Camaro. As far as we know, there isn’t a clever name for the flow-through letters, but it’s the same idea.

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All the reasons why the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado could be right for you

By Daniel Gardner, 19 Oct 2018 Car Reviews

Can a 3.6-tonne, 6.1-metre long dual-cab ute ever make sense on Australian roads?

It’s hard to not notice the popularity of dual-cab utes, with increasing numbers of drivers choosing the high-riding trucks as the favoured family vehicle over more conventional large sedans and wagons.

But, for some drivers, big isn’t big enough and you may have also noticed a growing number of extra-large super-sized US-style trucks rolling out on our roads.

One such wheeled behemoth is the Chevrolet Silverado which is now being converted to right-hand drive by HSV, with the equally imposing Ram 1500 also rolling out of the same factory, albeit under sister-company ASV’s supervision.

When you see one of these goliaths bearing down on other diminutive road users, you have to ask yourself, why?

We spent a little time with a freshly converted Silverado to try and understand why HSV says it can shift about 750 of the goliaths in just six months.

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When Is an Original Jeep Worth $130,000?

October 19, 2018 Cars By Bryan Campbell Photo by Silverstone Auctions

Mention the name ‘Steve McQueen’ and images of a green Mustang doing smokey burnouts, a Triumph jumping a barbed wire fence and Porche 917 screaming down the Mulsanne straight flood the brain. The late actor’s persona is universal; he is considered American royalty and judging by how highly the rest of the world regards him, he’s damn near a international treasure. Case in point: an original Willys Jeep formerly owned by McQueen is expected to fetch close to $130,000 at auction — they usually go for $30,000.

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