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2019 Chevrolet Silverado New Generation Changes

Chevy might be one of the leaders in many segments, but hardly any vehicle can achieve the success of Silverado truck. Next season we will see the new generation of a half-ton

2018 Ford F-750

Ford is making some changes in their heavy-duty segment. That means big trucks are getting a new look and possibly powertrains. This is especially important for 2018 Ford F-750 and F-650. It

2019 GMC Sierra 1500

Spy photographers spotted something that could be 2019 GMC Sierra 1500. According to these images, there are some changes coming for the new edition. We believe the company is testing it on

2019 Toyota Tacoma

The most recent Tacoma generation dates back in 2015. It is hard to believe that Japanese manufacturer is preparing the new one. However, a number of changes on each model say it

2018 Fiat Fullback

The new 2018 Fiat Fullback is arriving as brand new model from Italian carmaker. This is a very strong opponent to other competitors. Model is an outstanding concept combining classic and redesign.

2018 Fiat Toro

New 2018 Fiat Toro is one of the latest versions from Italian carmaker and it contains more performing options than before. Italian creators are staying positive on own predictions and ensure that

2018 Ram Dakota

Dakota is one of the oldest trucks in US market. This classic and legendary pickup has its wide base of fans. All of them were happy to hear that they can expect

2019 Fiat Strada

We are still looking for information about Strada truck for next year, and boo, what we hear – company is preparing 2019 season model. We don’t know if it is possible delay

2019 Nissan Frontier

Over ten years are behind us since Nissan did something special on its Frontier truck. It seems like it is right time for changes. Complete redesign will show us 2019 Nissan Frontier.

2019 Ram 2500

The 2019 Ram 2500 should come significantly different compared to current model. Although we don’t have official confirmation, it is pretty much for sure that company works on next generation of these