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2009 Truck & Van Preview
While there are some new and improved truck models making their debut in 2009, it will be a quiet year as medium- and heavy-duty truck makers prepare for the last round of changes to diesel exhaust emission standards to go into effect in 2010.
2008 Truck & Van Preview
Despite the big falloff in new truck sales this year due to the mandated introduction of EPA 2007-compliant diesel engines into 2008 model year trucks
2007 Truck & Van Preview
Fleet owners, especially those of medium- and heavy-duty power units, may not be in the best of buying moods next year, given their concerns about how
2005 MODELS IN REVIEW
LIGHT TRUCKS DaimlerChrysler DaimlerChrysler's Sprinter continues to be badged either a Dodge or a Freightliner. Commercial versions of the Class 2 van
Economic Slowdown Can't Stop Truck Production
The economy is down, gas prices continue to rise, and the 0% financing deals that helped to buoy the automotive industry and boost the public's buying potential are no more, making the rest of 2003 and the first half of 2004 seem like a bad time to invest in a new truck. The fact that electrical contractors are taking a considerable hit during the construction slowdown isn't helping matters either. But as it turns out, truck manufacturers are still making improvements to their models, hoping to
2004 Truck & Van Preview
Economic Slowdown Can't Stop Truck Production

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