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Truck Trend

November/December 2019

Each issue of Truck Trend is full of the latest news on everything from bare-bones pick-ups to luxury sport utility vehicles. Truck Trend is also packed with road tests, performance style upgrades, and the expert information our readers have come to expect.

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truck trend

EDITORIAL Sean P. Holman NETWORK CONTENT DIRECTOR Jason Gonderman EDITOR Courtney McKinnon MANAGING EDITOR Brett T. Evans STAFF EDITOR Brandon Scarpelli DIRECTOR, SOCIAL MEDIA ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Greg P. Smith ART DIRECTOR Alan Muir CREATIVE DIRECTOR TRUCK TREND NETWORK BRANDS Diesel Power Truckin CONTRIBUTORS Alex Steele • Colin Ryan • Chad Kirchner Elana Scherr • Gary Witzenburg G.R. Whale • Nick Kurczewski ADVERTISING Jerome Dziechiasz GENERAL MANAGER Maher Boulos NETWORK ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Michael Essex EASTERN SALES DIRECTOR, 863-860-6023 Scott Timberlake WESTERN SALES DIRECTOR, 310-531-5969 Monica Hernandez ADVERTISING OPERATIONS MANAGER ADVERTISING SALES DETROIT Joe Didato • Matt Smith 4327 Delemere CourtRoyal Oak, MI 48073 248-594-5999 LOS ANGELES Mark Dewey • Chuck Miller 831 S. Douglas St. El Segundo, CA 90245 310-531-9900 NEW YORK Janet Catallo • Jeff Chau • Jim Keplesky 850 Third Avenue, 6th Floor New York, NY 10022 212-548-5555 TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC CHAIRMAN Greg Mays PRESIDENT Kevin Mullan SVP, EDITORIAL & ADVERTISING OPERATIONS Amy Diamond GENERAL MANAGER, AUTOMOTIVE NETWORK Tim Foss SENIOR DIRECTOR, FINANCE Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, CIRCULATION Tom Slater VP, RETENTION & OPERATIONS FULFILLMENT Donald T.…

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i won a truck!

JGonderman@trucktrend.com @Mr_JGone If there’s a pulse in your veins, you’ve undoubtedly found yourself deeply lost in a daydream involving winning a car. It might happen on a game show, in a casino, or through a sweepstakes. So, naturally, you can share in my excitement when, on a recent press event, I was presented with a sparkling new 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Centennial Edition. Let me explain… Manufacturers sometimes combine drive programs. It saves them money and saves us travel time (while a win-win on paper, it also divides attention), and the 2020 Silverado HD program was no exception. Paired with the new HD lineup was the 2020 Silverado 1500 equipped with the company’s new 3.0L I-6 Duramax diesel engine. To say we’ve been looking forward to driving both of these vehicles would be…

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trending now

Chevrolet Announces Resurrected Trailblazer Small SUV CHEVROLET WILL bring the Trailblazer name back for a 2021 compact crossover. The 2021 Trailblazer will reportedly slot between the subcompact Trax and the larger compact Equinox when it arrives sometime next year. The 2021 Trailblazer features similar styling to the attractive Blazer midsize SUV. A large grille, slim and aggressive daytime running lamps, a contrast roof, sculpted bodysides, and sporty wheels all make an appearance on the Trailblazer, giving it a purposeful stance and a distinctive appearance. Given its styling, we presume the 2021 Trailblazer will be positioned as a more exciting alternative to Chevy’s current small SUVs. As such, don’t be surprised to see a 2.0L turbocharged I-4 show up on the options list, perhaps boasting more than the 252 hp that comes on board…

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riding a motorcycle will make you a better driver

@brett_t_evans I ’ve ridden motorcycles in the past, but it’s been several years, so I thought a refresher was in order before I got my ’77 Kawasaki project back on the road. So I headed out to Honda Powersports’ Colton Rider Education Center to take its Motorcyclist Training Course. Ten other prospective riders and I began by learning the basics and physics of motorcycling. After a few hours of classroom instruction, we hit the bikes for an afternoon of practical skills. On Day Two, we got more technical in the classroom and more nuanced on the riding course. Practicing motorcycling skills has made me a better driver when piloting something with four wheels. While riding a motorcycle might seem a bit more complicated than driving an auto, in reality both require far more…

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the all-new silverado hd

If you’ve been paying any attention to the automotive news cycle lately, there shouldn’t be a shred of doubt that pickups are hot. And from the look of things, 2019 is geared up to be the warmest on record for the heaviest hitters in the lineup. Ram struck first, introducing the company’s all-new 2019 2500 and 3500 models in early January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Ram wowed the crowd by showing off an available high-output Cummins diesel engine, which now churns out 1,000 lb-ft of torque, while upping its maximum tow rating to 35,100 pounds. A week later, in San Diego, California, GMC pulled back the sheets on its new Sierra 2500HD and 3500HD pickups. Details were slim, as Chevy had yet to tip its hand,…

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3.0l duramax

General Motors will soon begin to market a 3.0L Duramax I-6 turbodiesel in its light-duty pickup offerings, the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and the GMC Sierra 1500. And although we were a bit disappointed to learn the engine would be delayed until the 2020 model year, for fans of oil-burning powertrains, it might be worth the wait. Helping ease the sting of the delay is the relative low cost of the Duramax I-6. In the 2020 Silverado 1500, the diesel will demand the same premium as the 6.2L V-8, $2,495 more than the 5.3L V-8, and $3,890 more than the 2.7L turbocharged I-4. For 2020, the Duramax will be offered in LT, RST, LTZ, and High Country trims. The Silverado 1500 Duramax should slot in around $45,000 or so at the low…