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2019 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel Takes a Mysterious Fuel Economy Hit

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Until an automaker comes along with something better, your cheapest bet for highway fuel economy in a pickup is the Duramax diesel-powered Chevrolet Colorado and its GMC Canyon twin. The full-size Ford F-150 with 3.

Ford Considering Focus-Based Small Pickup Truck for the U.S.

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - After years of neglect, the midsize pickup truck segment is finally taking off again. GM reintroduced the Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon for 2015, Toyota finally redesigned the Tacoma, and later this year, Ford will bring back the Ranger.

2018 GMC Canyon Diesel 2018 : Life-size, not mid-size

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Our test of the 2018 GMC Canyon Diesel made us realize that buyers who opt for this type of product, as expensive as a full-size pickup truck, did not do it so much to get the most of what a pickup truck can to extract what is essential to them.

2018 Toyota Tacoma vs. 2018 Chevrolet Colorado Comparison

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Midsize pickups seemed to be a moribund segment until the all-new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon reinvigorated the category. Buyers have a real choice here -- you can go with the tried-and-true Tacoma, which is rugged, dependable and has great resale value. While the Colorado has yet to prove itself as rugged as the Tacoma, in addition to being slightly larger and more comfortable, this Chevy offers a diesel option.

Ram Gets Creative to Counteract Sales Slump

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you saw our April sales report this week, you probably took note of two issues. First: GM pickup trucks –the Chevrolet Silverado and Colorado as well as the GMC Sierra and Canyon –were not on our list because GM decided to release sales information quarterly rather than monthly.

5 Reasons the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Is Late to the Medium-Duty Party

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Anytime a manufacturer returns to a vehicle class it left, the assumption is that something changed. Example: The mid-size 2019 Ford Ranger that's due to go on sale at the end of this year resulted from dealers pushing to get a US version of the popular global Ranger following the successful (and risky) introduction of the mid-size GM twins, the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.