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Elizabeth Swaney, the GMC Sierra Hybrid, and Dieselgate: Olympic Hijinks Bring the Car World to Mind

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http://www.thedrive.com - Like many Olympics enthusiasts, I’ve been transfixed the last few days by the story of Elizabeth Swaney, the completely average American skier who dove through loopholes in the Olympic qualifications systems to slide into a slot on Hungary’s national team. Her tepid, no-tricks half-pipe routine is one for the ages—in the worst way.

Is There an Affordable Pickup? Yes, the Nissan Frontier

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http://news.pickuptrucks.com - The burgeoning mid-size pickup truck class is getting ready to move into a new phase: Ford is bringing back the Ranger; Mercedes-Benz is contemplating jumping into the work-truck class; and Volkswagen is close to making the global Amarok a competitive US player. More recently, we've seen a new generation of the Honda Ridgeline and the smashing success of GM's big two-truck gamble in the form of the solid-selling Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.

The 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali Camping Truck Review: The Cure for the Common Campsite

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http://www.thedrive.com - There may be no recreational activity that divides people quite like camping. Tell most people that you’re headed into the wild next weekend and there’s a pretty good chance they’ll respond with either jealous awe or complete incomprehension, as if you’re the kid from, well, Into the Wild.

GM brings car-sharing service Maven to Toronto

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http://driving.ca - General Motors is bringing its Maven car-sharing service to Canada with a launch this month in Toronto, the automaker said mid-February. The Maven City service works via an app that lets users book round-trip short-term rentals of GM vehicles like Chevrolet’s Cruze, Malibu, Tahoe, Trax and Volt; GMC’s Acadia and Yukon; or Cadillac’s ATS and XT5.

Why the All-New 2019 Chevy Silverado Will Cost General Motors 60,000 Sales

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https://www.fool.com - Executives at General Motors are clearly excited about the potential for their all-new full-size pickups, the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. Both are set to go into production late this year, and GM expects both to bring home more profits per truck than the current Silverado and Sierra. But GM's chief financial officer, Chuck Stevens, recently made clear that the road from here to those fat profits would be a bumpy one, because putting these new pickups into production won't be simple.