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Truck Trend

July/August 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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TEN: The Enthusiast Network
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truck trend

TRUCKTREND.COMEDITORIALSean P. HolmanNETWORK CONTENT DIRECTORJason GondermanEDITORPhil McRaeMANAGING EDITORBrett T. EvansSTAFF EDITORBrandon ScarpelliDIRECTOR, SOCIAL MEDIAART DIRECTION & DESIGNGreg P. SmithART DIRECTORAlan MuirCREATIVE DIRECTORTRUCK TREND NETWORK BRANDSDiesel PowerTruckinCONTRIBUTORSAlex Steele • Colin Ryan • Elana Scherr Gary Witzenburg • G.R. Whale • Larry Printz Lazelle Jones • Nick Kurczewski • Sue MeadFOLLOW US!@trucktrend@TruckTrendcomfacebook.com/TruckTrendADVERTISINGJerome DziechiaszGENERAL MANAGERMaher BoulosNETWORK ADVERTISING DIRECTORMichael EssexEASTERN SALES DIRECTOR, 863-860-6023Scott TimberlakeWESTERN SALES DIRECTOR, 310-531-5969Monica HernandezADVERTISING OPERATIONS MANAGERLorraine McCrawADVERTISING COORDINATORTEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLCCHAIRMAN Greg MaysPRESIDENT Kevin MullanSVP, EDITORIAL & ADVERTISING OPERATIONS Amy DiamondGENERAL MANAGER, AFTERMARKET AUTOMOTIVE NETWORK Tim FossGENERAL MANAGER, IN-MARKET AUTOMOTIVE NETWORK Maria JamisonSENIOR DIRECTOR, FINANCE Catherine TemkinCONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC.SVP, CIRCULATION Tom SlaterVP, RETENTION & OPERATIONS FULFILLMENT Donald T. Robinson IIIVP, ACQUISITION & DATABASE MARKETING Victoria LinehanVP, NEWSSTAND RETAIL SALES William CarterMOTORTREND GROUPPRESIDENT/GENERAL MANAGER Alex WellenGROUP SVP,…

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off to the races!

JGonderman@trucktrend.com@Mr_JGoneI love racing. All kinds of racing, really (except bicycle racing—that I can do without). In fact, one of my favorite annual racing events is the Wiener Nationals, which is a charity event put on by the hot-dog chain Wienerschnitzel, where they race dachshunds at the Los Alamitos Race Course in Cypress, California, in between horse races. We’re actually not here to talk about wiener-dog racing, although if you find yourself in Southern California in July, it’s worth checking out. Instead, I want to talk auto racing, specifically NASCAR and the Daytona 500.Thanks to our wonderful friends at Chevrolet, Truck Trend, along with a half dozen other outlets, recently had the opportunity to attend the legendary race to take part in a historic event. You see, the 61st running of…

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trending now

Ram Heavy Duty Gets Chassis Cab VariantsBASED ON the recently revealed 2019 Ram Heavy Duty (see page 26), the Ram Chassis Cab will be available in 3500, 4500, and 5500 grades, as well as a lighter-duty Class 2 with a GVWR of 10,000 pounds. Powertrains will include a 6.4L Hemi V-8 and eight-speed automatic gearbox for the Class 2 and the 3500 (like the Heavy Duty pickup), as well as a 6.4L Hemi/Aisin six-speed or a 6.7L Cummins/Aisin six-speed combination. Those Aisin gearboxes come with a power take-off option.And for the first time ever, the Chassis Cab will also be available with the luxurious Limited trim level. That means fine leather, genuine wood trim, a 12-inch infotainment display, and more, perfect for the foreman or hard-core overlander who wants the…

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calling all titans and paying it forward

@brett_t_evansYou may have noticed that Nissan is on a bit of a humanitarian kick lately, building specially customized Titans for the American Red Cross and Habitat For Humanity as part of its “Calling All Titans” marketing campaign. The nexus between these special projects and “Calling All Titans” is that Nissan wants to empower owners of the fullsize truck to give back to their communities in meaningful ways.One such owner is Mylo Fowler, a landscape photographer based in the Salt Lake City area who owns a 2012 Nissan Titan Pro-4X and a 2006 Nissan Armada. He’s had the Armada for several years, racking up 220,000 miles as his family’s bug-out rig, thanks to a 6-inch suspension lift and a long list of camping and cargo accessories. The Titan, however, is gradually…

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the most capable silverado hd—ever

GMC’s introduction of the company’s all-new Sierra HD was nothing short of impressive. We learned a lot about the new suite of advanced trailering technology that will be found in GM’s new line of 2020 model year HD pickups and even watched as a Sierra 3500HD pulled a staggering 225,000-pound yacht-and-hoist combo across the stage, besting Toyota’s Space Shuttle stunt from a few years back. However, other than an overview of styling and tech, many of our deepest technical questions were left unanswered. Until now.Best in ClassUnless you’ve been in hiding or on a technology-free sabbatical to a South American jungle for the past decade, you should be well aware of the battle raging in the ¾- and 1-ton pickup realm. There is fighting on two fronts: engine power and…

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hard labor

Three model years in, Ford will revise its hard-working F-Series Super Duty for 2020, giving it an updated Power Stroke 6.7L turbodiesel V-8, an all-new 7.3L gasoline V-8, and a stout new 10-speed automatic gearbox available on all engines. These changes will give the 2020 Super Duty its highest-ever payload and conventional, gooseneck, and fifth-wheel towing ratings ever, according to Ford.Unfortunately, the company wouldn’t cop to official powertrain or capability numbers, but the outgoing Super Duty can haul up to 7,640 pounds of stuff in the bed, and it’s rated to bumper-pull a trailer weighing up to 21,000 pounds. A fifth-wheel hitch boosts that to 27,500 pounds, while a properly equipped 2019 F-450 Super Duty can haul up to 35,000 pounds. With Ford promising wholesale improvements across the board, don’t…

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