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2019 GMC Sierra CarbonPro Pricing Announced and it Doesn’t Come Cheap

May 17, 2019

2020 GMC Sierra Denali CarbonPro Edition

GMC has finally released pricing for the new Sierra CarbonPro edition, which is packed with features and a new carbon composite bed.

The package will be available only on the Sierra AT4 and Denali. On the off-road AT4 truck, it will bring the price tag up to $66,635 USD to start, while the top trim Denali CarbonPro will sell for $70,020 USD.

The package consists of a number of upgrades, the crown jewel of which is the new bed made from a blend of carbon fiber and plastic, said to be more durable and scratch resistant than a steel bed. A full 62 pounds was saved over a steel bed as well, and the material is much easier to recycle than steel, creating manufacturing efficiencies not possible with metal.

CarbonPro features pockets molded in the front for safer motorcycle transportation along with tie downs up front make sure you can secure them. Besides that, the bed features a gritty surface to ensure your cargo won’t slide around, and GMC says that a bedliner is not necessary here. Just like the standard 2019 Sierra’s bed, CarbonPro packs three tie downs in each corner as well.

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This Mysterious Big-Rig Pickup Is Made of Jeep and Mitsubishi Parts and It's Downright Scary

Here at Jalopnik, we regularly see lots of wacky vehicles, but none of them prepared my soul for this. This image contains what appears to be a big rig frame with a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited cab and a Mitsubishi Mighty Max box. It’s truly bizarre, and I don’t think I understand what’s going on.

I’ll admit that I’m not 100 percent sure there’s an over-the-road truck under all of that strange sheetmetal, but looking at the axles, the (Peterbilt?) grille up front, the steering pitman arm setup just behind the grille on the driver’s side, and the angle of the tail end of the frame, I think there’s a good chance that the frame comes from a chopped long-hauler.

I reached out to a diesel technician and truck driver Keanu Black, and told me he thinks it could be a small Peterbilt 335 under there.

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10 Most Stolen Used Cars In America

10 Most Stolen Used Cars In America

Mar 17, 2019 by Ian Wright Car Culture

Car thieves are scum, and this is what they steal...

As technology improves, fewer cars are getting stolen. Unfortunately, unless you’re buying a new car then the anti-theft technology is going to be dated and the older the car, the easier it is to steal. That’s pretty obvious, but there are ways to improve the chances of an older car not being stolen.

The bottom line with car theft is that if car thieves really want your car, they’re going to take it. Thieves are constantly figuring out how to defeat the security technology automakers come up with. The latest technique is to stand in a driveway and use a signal booster to grab the signal from a keyless remote in the house and use it open up and start the car. Most car theft is a little more opportunistic though, and building simple habits like parking in well-lit areas, where there are a lot of windows overlooking the spot, or in well-trafficked areas, and not leaving valuables in plain sight help. For those older cars, its all about making it longer to steal as well. The longer it takes to steal a car, the more likely a thief will move on to something easier.

So, the question is, what cars shouldn't you buy if you're not parking in a garage or driveway overnight or do have to park in a high-crime area? The answer is definitely not one of these...

1. 1998 Honda Civic

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Nissan Builds Ultimate Parks Titan For National Park Foundation

Nissan Builds Ultimate Parks Titan For National Park Foundation

Third Charity Build Follows Ultimate Service Titan and Ultimate Work Titan

Brett T. Evans –
May 17, 2019
Following its budget-oriented Destination Frontier build, Nissan will debut the Ultimate Parks Titan this weekend at Overland Expo West. As the third vehicle built for the company's charity partners, the Nissan Ultimate Parks Titan is custom-built for the National Park Foundation—following the Ultimate Service Titan for the American Red Cross and the Ultimate Work Titan for Habitat for Humanity.
2019 Nissan Titan Xd Ultimate Parks Titan Front Quarter 02
The Ultimate Parks Titan is ultimately headed for Grand Canyon National Park, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. After it is shown at Overland Expo West and other events this year, Nissan will donate the truck to the Grand Canyon Conservancy's Canyon Field School, which is a partnership between that organization and the National Park Service.

Equipped for a Tough Environment

2019 Nissan Titan Xd Ultimate Parks Titan Rear Quarter 01

In preparation for its new life, Nissan took the 2019 Titan XD Pro-4X powered by a 5.6L gasoline V-8 and extended the fully boxed frame to make room for a CM Truck Beds service body, a 55-gallon fuel tank, and a RotopaX fuel cell, as well as a CargoGlide sliding bed tray and an array of locking compartments and tie-downs. Up above the service body, there's a Leitner Designs bed rack, a Rhino Rack Pioneer cargo tray, CVT hard-shelled tent, and a Rhino Rack Batwing awning. The truck also tows a Black Series Camper off-road trailer for even more storage and rest space.

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Jeep Has Taken Ultra-Cheap Gladiator Leases Off Its Website

Jeep Has Taken Ultra-Cheap Gladiator Leases Off Its Website

By Alex Bernstein
Senior Pricing Analyst - May 16, 2019

As we reported in April, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is shaping up to be a spectacular truck to lease due to abnormally high residual values. However, the brand has quietly taken its cheapest leases offline. We suspect the brand figured out shoppers were learning they could take one home for less than the price of a Wrangler.

Previously, Jeep's website showed an estimated lease payment of just $143/month. The scenario was based on a 24-month, 10,000 mile-per-year lease for the Sport trim with 10% down and a residual value of 89%. Now, the brand's payment calculator requires a 36-month minimum term and payment of $196/month.

That's a difference of $53/month, no small chunk of change when comparing payments. However, it does serve to bring the new pickup closer in price to the Wrangler Unlimited. With the same inputs, the 2019 Unlimited Sport is listed at $264/month. But there's something worth knowing about.

As it turns out, Jeep hasn't canceled 24-month Gladiator leases— it's just not advertising them. According to current residual guides from Chrysler Capital, Gladiators still have 24-month options available to consumers. You'll just have to talk to your local dealer for an estimate.

With the Gladiator, Jeep has managed to offer a pickup unlike any other. However, the brand appears to be hoping that consumers don't forget about the Wrangler.

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This Nissan Frontier Destination Is a Built Overland Rig For Under $40,000 (Overland Debut)

May 16, 2019

Nissan Frontier – Destination project

This week Nissan debuts a Destination Frontier 4×4 project truck at the Overland Expo West. We know that the Nissan Frontier is currently the most affordable new pickup truck on the market in the United States. Now, Nissan wants to show that you can build an off-road and overland worthy midsize truck for just under $40,000. 

Nissan Frontier Destination

The project started as a crew cab SV 4×4 Midnight Edition, which has a retail price of around $33,000.  Next, Nissan teamed up with Nisstec for 3-inch suspension lift. Underneath are additional skid plates, as well the rock sliders to protect the sides. Up front is a Hefty Fabworks front bumper with a WARN ZEON 10-S winch. 

The truck rides on Nitto Trail Grappler off-road tires that are mounted on American Racing AX201 wheels.

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Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison Tray Bed by AEV Adds Serious Versatility

May 16, 2019

American Expedition Vehicles helped to build the Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison in partnership with the bowtie brand, and now the aftermarket builder is testing out another swath of parts for the midsize off-roader.

The new Colorado ZR2 Bison Tray Bed tells you exactly what to expect; the standard pickup box has been replaced with a large flat deck tray, allowing for easier access to your gear and for a rear winch to be fitted to a custom bumper. The aluminum tray bed also takes weight off the rear end of the truck, helping it carry more weight.

The Colorado ZR2 Bison Tray Bed is currently just a prototype, though AEV already offers a tray bed option for the Ram 1500, so it’s not a big stretch to think that the company would offer one for the Colorado.

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SPIED: 2021 Ford Bronco and 2022 Ranger Raptor Mule

SPIED: 2021 Ford Bronco and 2022 Ranger Raptor Mule

Brett T. Evans –
Apr 16, 2019
We’re getting closer and closer to the reveal of the 2021 Ford Bronco, as evidenced by the funky short-wheelbase Ranger mules spotted scooting around the company’s Michigan headquarters. But we’ve also been seeing reports of a new Ranger Raptor mule with unique suspension, wheels and tires, and bodywork, lending new credibility to the rumor an off-road–centric package will be offered on Ford’s midsize pickup.
2021 Ford Bronco Mule Rear Quarter 01
First, the Bronco, now expected for the 2021 model year. We’ve seen these mules (or similar ones) before, featuring the front bodywork and cabin of a 2019 Ranger SuperCab, mated to a chopped-off rear bed and ultra-short wheelbase. In fact, the Bronco mule’s wheelbase looks even shorter than the 2011 Ranger’s regular cab, short-bed body style. That promises good things for off-road capability and maneuverability. For a better idea of the 2021 Bronco’s proportions, sans the mule’s funky bodywork, we masked off the vehicle and used a Microsoft Paint–grade marker to show the short-wheelbase Bronco’s possible shape. We like the overall stance and think it would be a great foil to the Jeep Wrangler.
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2019 Ford Ranger: Recall Alert

By Patrick Masterson

Vehicles Affected: Approximately 2,500 model-year 2019 Ford Ranger pickup trucks

The Problem: The two fasteners that secure the transmission shift cable bracket to the transmission housing may not have been torqued to specification, which could allow the bracket to become loose and the transmission to be in a gear state different from the shift position selected by the driver. It also could allow the driver to remove the ignition key (if equipped) with no instrument panel warning message or chime indicating that the transmission is not in Park. Either could allow unintended vehicle movement or a rollaway if the parking brake is not applied, increasing the risk of a crash or injury.

Ford said it is not aware of any related accidents or injuries.

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AskTFL: A Jeep Wrangler or a Half-Ton Pickup? Help This Guy Decide

May 15, 2019

For the first time ever, Nissan is offering a factory-authorized suspension lift kit for select models of the TITAN and TITAN XD full-size pickups.

Another day, another truck buying dilemma, and this one is all about ride height. 

Thanks to TFLTruck reader Jose for sending in the question, which is a pretty simple one this week: Should I get myself a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon or a full-sized pickup truck?

It’s an odd question, but there are some stipulations though. First, Jose says that the truck or Jeep will spend most of its time on the pavement, and a little time off-road.

The biggest reason Jose is considering a truck or a Jeep is the size. “They are big (interior and exterior), comfortable with tons of room and my main reason is that a driver sits pretty darn high. Actually the last one is pretty much why I like them better than regular SUVs or crossovers. I am not too fussed about fuel economy. I will tow maybe once or twice in a year (so the bed or towing package is not a deal clincher),” he wrote.

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