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Those that do the toughest of jobs do get their just recognition. Pickups, those can-do vehicles for all seasons and reasons, have been the apple of the eye of both government and the used-car market.
As far as exterior styling is concerned, the Dark Label boasts a fetching set of 18-inch Rawson alloy wheels, matte black mirror housings, black door handles and a black rear bumper.
Ram is bidding farewell to 2017 with a final very special edition of its most popular pickup, the Ram 1500 Hydro Blue.
A decade or two ago, pickup trucks were viewed as utilitarian, agricultural or commercial vehicles, tracing their roots to military vehicles from wars past.
Remember when these light trucks used to be just that: tough, powerful metal beasts that push, pull, wade and load big cargos?
Just what is it about us Filipinos and our predilection for pickups? If you’d try to figure it out with the most logical reasons, there’d be of course the fact that we’re hit by about 10 typhoons every year, with the accompanying floods that make having a vehicle with a higher ride clearance a necessity.
Aside from the iconic DeLorean sports car, the other famous vehicle from Back to the Future is Marty’s Toyota pickup truck. The Toyota figured prominently in a key scene in the film. Toyota is celebrating October 21, 2015 – the futuristic date first introduced in Back to the Future Part II – with a re-creation […]
At the start of 2015, Nissan unveiled its all-new NP300 Navara, and Nissan Pilipinas Inc. big boss Toti Zara was famously quoted as saying, “Let the pickup wars begin!” Indeed, with 2015 heating up to be a banner year for the automotive market (industry estimates peg total sales to hit anywhere between 310,000 and 320,000), […]
MANILA, Philippines–The all-new Nissan Navara pickup made a dramatic entrance during its launch on Monday night. With Nissan president Antonio Zara behind the wheel, the Savanna orange pickup demonstrated its towing capacity by hauling out the main stage, on which Wolfgang was rocking out. The entrance is appropriate for a truck that is certainly not […]
When Isuzu Philippines Corp. (IPC) started manufacturing vehicles in August 1995, the first product it rolled off the assembly line was a pickup truck, the TF 190. It was succeeded by the Fuego two years later. By the time the D-Max was introduced in 2003, Isuzu was already an established brand known for its toughness, reliability and excellent resale value.