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Okay, motorheads. Here's a story for you. The all new Corvette ZR1, introduced in Detroit at the North American Auto Show, is a work of art. But you probably already knew that
Super Bowl ads are the reason a lot of folks watch the Super Bowl. Of course, we usually pay most attention to car and truck ads, but these ads by Bridgestone and Budweiser rise above the rest.
GMC explores a new kind of pickup truck with the Denali XT, leveraging GM's Australian Holden division.

Much has been made of the recent onslaught of really great cars and trucks from General Motors. It’s particularly amazing for me, an automotive analyst in his thirties, to witness. You see, until very recently, GM – for my whole life – has always been the perpetual underachieving giant; in many ways a symbol of everything wrong with Detroit. I grew up in the 1970s and 1980s – a time when more and more of my generation’s Baby Boomer parents were abandoning GM clunkers in favor of far higher quality imports. Even throughout my adult years, GM hardly represented the “Mark of Excellence” its corporate slogan claimed. As long as I could remember, GM products (large trucks excepted) were rarely world class; in my mind, price and patriotism were the only real reasons to buy them.
For the last year and a half, however, I’ve been forced to rethink this notion that had been [...]

Wrapping up truck week, VehicleVoice's truck expert, Jim Hossack, takes a look at the new Ford F150.
Wrapping up truck week, VehicleVoice's truck expert, Jim Hossack, takes a look at the new Ford F150.
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