March 25, 2012
When I first saw the T680 on the show floor at the Mid-America Trucking Show, I thought, that's the same as the T700. That truck is only two years old, and I was wondering why the truck maker was introducing its replacement after such a short lifespan
March 20, 2012
Baby 8 trucks (Class 8 chassis with midrange engines) have long been useful conveyances of moderate load
February 13, 2012
Unique to North America, this all-wheel-drive cabover is strong, maneuverable and fun to drive.
Driving this Canter FG was like seeing an old friend who's aged gracefully
January 17, 2012
I recently sold my '87 Dodge W150 pickup, and I don't miss it at all.
Oh, I liked it when I bought it a year earlier, because it was a funky Power Ram 4x4, built just a few years afte
December 28, 2011
After several years of absence, Isuzu's gasoline-powered, medium-duty trucks are back for the 2012 model year. I had a chance to test drive the new 2012 NPR Gas truck, as well as the comparable NPR Eco-Max diesel
December 19, 2011
The "viper yellow" paint on this Kenworth T800 grabs your attention, but there was much more to this dump truck I drove last summer
November 4, 2011
We came, we saw, we drove -- but not far. Caterpillar people are very proud of their CT660 vocational truck.
They introduced it earlier this yea
What a difference a little extra torque makes.
I recently had the privilege of being one of the first drivers outside of test fleets to put a new fuel economy and performance concept from Volvo through its paces
October 11, 2011
One way to cut weight and cost from a new truck is to choose a relatively small engine.
This is the essence of the Mack Granite MHD, announced early this year and recently put into production
The dynamics of the U.S. transportation market are changing, opening the door to smaller, more efficient trucks
The emergence of the regional transportation market is causing many fleets to rethink their equipment demands
September 6, 2011
As light-duty commercial trucks go, cargo vans are a hot seller because they're so useful. In a good year, about a quarter million are built and snatched up by tradesmen, building contractors, rental fleets and many other types of users
August 15, 2011
When Navistar execs turned the key on one of the first MaxxForce 15 engines at the 2009 Mid-America Trucking Show, there were more than a few doubting Thomases in the audience
July 10, 2011
Proof of performance is on the road. So Las Vegas Peterbilt set up a demonstration rig promoting Paccar's 12.9-liter MX
Freightliner has long been a sales leader in on-highway tractors, and now it wants to dominate the vocational truck business. Its recently designed Severe Duty products are meant to do that, and a big marketing campaign will support them. Will they be up to the task
July 6, 2011
Steep hills can be tough on trucks, even if their manual transmissions have sufficiently low gearing and drivers are adept with the clutch
May 2, 2011
Does the world need another Class 4 and 5 vehicle in a market already crawling with trucks
December 29, 2010
What's this foreign truck doing in the hands of an agency of one of these United States? Helping West Virginia's Department of Highways maintain roads and bridges, and plowing snow and spreading salt in the winter.
December 13, 2010
In line with an emerging trend to migrate air suspensions up to the front of the truck, Kenworth has introduced the AG130 for T660, T800 and T2000
November 30, 2010
You can't argue with the design, engineering, and manufacturing synergies of improving on an existing product
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