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First Impressions: Peterbilt’s New Medium-Duty Trucks
Test Drive: Kenworth’s Medium-Duty Line
Test Drive: Kenworth’s Next-Generation T680
Test Drive: Peterbilt’s New Model 579 UltraLoft

Test Drive: Peterbilt’s New Model 579 UltraLoft

Peterbilt’s latest iteration of its Model 579 highway tractor isn’t just an upgrade. It may be one of the most important trucks Peterbilt has ever built. Jack Roberts got to drive one before it was officially unveiled.

February 3, 2021

Test Drive: Western Star’s Head-Turning Workhorse Hits the Highway
Test Drive: Mack’s New Medium-Duty Truck

Test Drive: Mack’s New Medium-Duty Truck

The introduction of the MD series trucks returns Mack Trucks to the medium-duty market after a 17-year hiatus. It was worth the wait. HDT's Jim Park has an industry-first test drive of the new truck.

July 27, 2020

Test Drive: 2020 Ford F-450 Super Duty
HDT's 2019 Test Drives in Review

HDT's 2019 Test Drives in Review

Our editors get to climb behind the wheel of some truly fascinating pieces of equipment. Here's a look back at 2019's test drives.

December 26, 2019

Test Drive: Driving the FTR, Isuzu's Biggest Truck

Test Drive: Driving the FTR, Isuzu's Biggest Truck

It's Isuzu's biggest truck in North America. But does that mean it's a departure from the OEM's tried-and-true design philosophy? HDT's Senior Editor, Jack Roberts, climbed behind the wheel to find out.

November 27, 2019

Test Drive: Trading Mirrors for Video Monitors
Test Drive: Hino's XL 8 Class 8 Straight Truck

Test Drive: Hino's XL 8 Class 8 Straight Truck

Hino's new forray into the Class 8 truck market is the XL 8 straight truck. Equipment Editor Jim Park was able to take it for a spin recently and found that this "Baby 8" will go head to head with any competitor and come out ahead in several ways.

September 5, 2019

Test Drive: Peterbilt’s Fuel-Saving Model 579
Test Drive: With Early Autonomous Tech, Drivers Are Still Required

Test Drive: With Early Autonomous Tech, Drivers Are Still Required

Daimler’s optional Level 2 technologies, Lane Keep Assist and ACC to Zero, will make drivers’ jobs easier and likely a little safer — if they don’t abuse them. Jim Park reports on his experience with the latest Detroit technology on a Freightliner Cascadia.

June 12, 2019

Quick Spin: Dana’s Electrified Truck Powertrain
Test Drive: One of a Kind Kenworth T880S
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