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2019 Silverado to Offer Turbo Four-Cyl. Engine

Chevrolet's 2019 Silverado will offer a turbocharged 2.7L inline four-cylinder engine to help the truck achieve greater fuel economy, along with updated versions of its V-6 and V-8 engines, and a new 3.0L Duramax diesel.

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Chevrolet's 2019 Silverado Chassis Cab Trucks

Chevrolet is back in the mediuim-duty business, unveiling three 2019 Silverado chassis cab trucks aimed at commercial buyers at the 2018 Work Truck Show. Check out these photos, and read the full story. Photos by Kim Pham and General Motors.

All-New 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is Lighter, Offers Wider Bed

The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is 450 pounds lighter than the previous model-year, features a wider bed, and offers a wider range of trims and engine/transmissions combinations, including a new turbo-diesel engine.

Work Truck Capability Converges with Technology

Today's trucks feature almost as much capability in the cab as they do under the hood. Some OEMs are leveraging mobile technology to make fleets more efficient.

Cargo Vans: Prosperity as a Problem

‘We’re selling everything we can build,’ manufacturers say as they boost production, and they see no letup.

Telogis and GM Announce Partnership

WORK TRUCK SHOW -- Auto and commercial fleets using OnStar-equipped General Motors vehicles will be able to use Telogis’ location intelligence platform to collect data on vehicle and driver performance that can help reduce costs and improve safety, the companies announced March 5 at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

GM Hopes New Canyon/Colorado Revives Midsize Pickups

General Motors’ 2015-model Canyon and Colorado pickups buck a trend away from midsize and compact pickups in North America. Ford and Chrysler abandoned the midsize pickup segment, but GM believes there are still healthy sales to be gotten with modern products.

New Choices, New Excitement For Cargo Vans

‘May you live in interesting times” is usually taken as a wry Chinese curse. But for cargo vans and the people who run them, an interesting era is here and it should be a blessing. New European-based products are being sent to the marketplace, and they’ll offer new efficiencies and choices in a segment that has languished design-wise since the first of that breed.

Medium-Duty Update: Winners, Losers and Overall Steady Growth

Depending on who you are in the medium-duty truck business, things are going great, or well, or not so good but looking up. A few builders have picked up market share in Classes 3, 4 and 5 and in Class 6-7. Others have lost some or a lot, but sales continue to climb for most midrange truck makers.

GM Offers Standard Maintenance to Fleet Buyers

General Motors Fleet and Commercial Sales announced that the GM Business Choice program, designed specifically for business customers, now includes a two-year, 30,000-mile Business Maintenance Plan, in addition to a cash allowance for vehicle accessories or upfits