The Escalade is a large sport utility vehicle (or SUV) sold by the General Motors luxury brand, Cadillac. It was the division's first major entry into the popular SUV market. The Escalade was introduced for the 1999 model year in response to German and Japanese competitors and to Ford's 1998 release of the Lincoln Navigator. The Escalade project went into production only 10 months after it was approved. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadillac Escalade"
The Chevrolet Avalanche is a four-door, five or six-seat pickup truck with a somewhat SUV-like flavor, known as a " sport utility truck". The Avalanche is based on the full-size long-wheelbase General Motors SUVs (such as the Chevrolet Suburban), and itself forms the basis of the upscale Cadillac Escalade EXT. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chevrolet Avalanche"
The Chevrolet Colorado (and similar GMC Canyon) is a compact pickup truck from General Motors. It replaced the Chevrolet S10 and GMC Sonoma in 2004. Isuzu, who helped design the truck, will begin selling a version of the truck in late 2005. The Colorado was jointly designed by GM's North American operations, GM do Brasil, and Isuzu. It was later introduced in production in Thailand. It offers manual and automatic transmissions, two and four wheel drive, and standard, extended, and four door crew cab bodystyles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chevrolet Colorado"
The Chevrolet El Camino, a car-based small pickup truck built by Chevrolet in the United States, was produced in response to the success of the rival Ford Ranchero. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chevrolet El Camino"
The Chevrolet LUV (LUV stands for Light Utility Vehicle) was a rebadged Isuzu truck. Sales began in the USA in March of 1972 as a response to the Toyota Hi-Lux and the Datsun pickup, as well as Ford's Mazda-built Courier. The LUV was replaced in the United States by the US-built Chevrolet S-10 after 1982. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chevrolet LUV"
Chrysler's Dodge division has used the B Series name on two different vehicles, a pickup truck and a van. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge B Series"
The C Series was a line of pickup trucks sold by Chrysler's Dodge division from the early 1950s through 1975. It replaced the Dodge B Series of trucks and was eventually supplanted by the Dodge D Series, introduced in 1961. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge C Series"
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The D Series was a line of pickup trucks sold by the Chrysler Corporation's Dodge division from 1961 to 1980. After 1980, the trucks were renamed as the Dodge Ram and the same basic design was retained until the 1994 introduction of a completely redesigned Ram. The D Series shared its AD platform with the Dodge Ramcharger and the Plymouth Trailduster. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge D Series"
The Dakota is a midsize pickup truck from DaimlerChrysler's Dodge brand. It was introduced in 1987 alongside the redesigned Dodge Ram 50. The Dakota was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award for 2000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge Dakota"
The Ram is a full-size pickup truck from DaimlerChrysler's Dodge brand. The name was first used in 1981 on the redesigned D Series, though it came from the hood ornament used in the 1930s and 1940s trucks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge Ram"
The Dodge Ram 50 (called the D50 for 1979 and 1980) was a compact pickup truck produced by Mitsubishi Motors and sold by the Chrysler Corporation from 1979 to 1993. Plymouth also recieved a version of the truck known as the Arrow Truck, sold from 1979 to 1982. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge Ram 50"
The Dodge Rampage was a compact pickup truck based on Chrysler's L platform. First released as a 1982 model, it was later joined by the similar Plymouth Scamp. It was only produced from 1982 to 1984. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge Rampage"
The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a midsize sport utility vehicle with a pickup truck bed sold mostly in North America. The Sport Trac is based on the Ford Explorer SUV and has been built by the Ford Motor Company since 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ford Explorer Sport Trac"
The F-Series is a series of full-size pickup trucks from Ford Motor Company sold for over 5 decades. The most popular variant of the F-Series is the F-150. It has been the best-selling vehicle in the world for 23 years and the best-selling truck in the United States (and possibly the world) for 28 years. Analysts estimate that the F-Series alone makes up half of the Ford Motor Company's profits in recent years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ford F-Series" Please tell your friends about shortopedia Pickup_trucks
The Ford Ranchero was a car/ pickup truck combination vehicle produced between 1957 and 1979 by the Ford Motor Company for the North American market. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ford Ranchero"
The Ford Ranger name is used on two distinct and unrelated pickup truck lines by the Ford Motor Company: ...more on Wikipedia about "Ford Ranger"
A GAZelle ( ) is a series of mid-sized trucks, vans and buses made by Russian car manufacturer GAZ. GAZelles are similar to the later launched GAZ Sobol and GAZ Valdai line of vans and light trucks. GAZelle, Sobol, and Valdai account for the majority of the Russian van and light truck market, and rank as GAZ's most popular and successful products. ...more on Wikipedia about "GAZelle"
The GMC Sonoma was a compact pickup truck from the GMC marquee of General Motors. When first introduced in 1982, it was known as the S-15 – a sister model to the Chevrolet S-10 pickup. A high-performance version was the GMC Syclone. The Sonoma was also sold by Isuzu as the Hombre from 1996 through 2000. There was also an SUV version, the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer/GMC S-15 Jimmy. Together, these trucks are often referred to as the S-series. ...more on Wikipedia about "GMC Sonoma"
The Syclone was a high-performance version of the GMC Sonoma pickup truck. Produced in 1991, the Syclone spawned the similarly powered 1992- 1993 GMC Typhoon SUV. Another vehicle, the GMC Sonoma GT, offered less performance but was seen as a companion model. ...more on Wikipedia about "GMC Syclone"
The GMC Topkick Pickup is the Ultimate Class IV crewcab pickup truck with an 8' steel dually pickup box and tailgate with custom composite side panels and protective Rhino interior lining. Developed by MTE and General Motors, this special version of the Topkick C4500/C5500 is best in its class. The design appeals to recreational users who tow 5th wheel and gooseneck RV's, horse trailers, race-car haulers and boats, along with vocational users such as construction crews, farmers and ranchers. ...more on Wikipedia about "GMC Topkick Pickup"
The H2 is the second vehicle sold under the Hummer marque of General Motors. It is a large SUV (though smaller than the Hummer H1) with room for five passengers and substantial off-road ability. The rearmost part of the H2 SUV was modified to a pickup truck bed for the 2004 H2 SUT ("Sport Utility Truck"). ...more on Wikipedia about "Hummer H2"
The Isuzu i-Series pickup truck line was launched at the 2005 New York International Auto Show. The i-Series replaces the Isuzu Hombre, which has been out of production since 2000. Like the Hombre, the i-Series shares its platform with the General Motors midsize pickups. It is built at the same plant in Shreveport, Louisiana which produces the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, which were in turn developed off the chassis of the Thai-built Isuzu D-Max . The I series trucks are NOT GM trucks, they are real Isuzu's; built and designed by Isuzu for GM. GM first had to sell the Isuzu as a GMC/Chevy in order to make the Isuzu model legal for sale in the USA. ...more on Wikipedia about "Isuzu i-Series"
The Jeep CJ (or Civilian Jeep) was a commercial version of the famous Military Jeep from World War II. The first CJ (the CJ-2) was introduced in 1944 by Willys, and the same basic vehicle stayed in production through 7 variants and 3 corporate parents until 1986. In fact, a variant of the CJ is still in production today under license. The last CJs, the CJ-7 and CJ-8, were replaced in 1987 by the reworked Jeep Wrangler. The CJ-7 is very popular in the sport of mud racing, both with the stock body or a fiberglass replica. The CJ-7 could have anything from the stock motor in it all the way up to a 454 cubic inch big block chevy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeep CJ"
The Blackwood was a luxury pickup truck from Lincoln. It was only sold for one year, 2002, and is considered one of the most spectacular failures in automobile history, along the lines of the Edsel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lincoln Blackwood"
The Mark LT is a luxury pickup truck from Lincoln. It first went on sale in January 2005 for the 2006 model year. The Mark LT replaced the failed 2002-only Lincoln Blackwood, Lincoln's only other pickup truck. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lincoln Mark LT"
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