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Orlando Sentinel's view

May 9, 1991

There are some things you can always count on from Chevrolet: the Corvette, Camaro and Caprice and a fleet of tough, rugged, dependable trucks. This week’s test vehicle – the S-10 ̵... Read More's view

February 10, 1991

Zero to 60 miles per hour in 4.9 seconds in a truck? Yes, there really is a truck for performance buffs. And it dwells in General Motors Corp.’s GMC Truck Division. GMC Truck, long the backbo... Read More's view

By Jim Mateja on December 9, 1990

As we pulled into the driveway, No. 1 daughter exited the warm confinesof home to conduct a brief inspection of the shiny red pickup truck that hadjust arrived. “What you got now?“ ... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

April 19, 1990

With the battle for truck customers being nothing short of red hot these days, you can bet any offerings from the Big Three or the imports will be nothing short of excellent. They have to be. Anyt... Read More's view

November 19, 1989

Ford doesn`t have a lock on better ideas. Chrysler came up with one of its own-transforming the Dodge Dakota pickup truck into a convertible. Weird? To be sure. Fun? No doubt about it. We... Read More's view

July 3, 1989

With the optional 4.3-liter, 160-h.p. V-6 under the hood, Chevy`s Baja S- 10 pickup truck packs a punch. With standard antilock brakes on the rear wheels, it also has the ability to bring all t... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

February 4, 1989

Light trucks are popular and one of the most popular of all is the Ford Ranger, first introduced in the fall of 1982 as a 1983 model and just mellowing with age. Trucks, either full-size or com... Read More
The Morning Call and's view

November 12, 1988

Small pickup trucks are a big force in the total automotive scene. Not onlyhave they cut into sales of standard pickups, they also created their own typeof market as a personal – not work ... Read More's view

July 4, 1988

The Dodge Dakota is a midsize compromise. It`s bigger than a compact but smaller than a full-size pickup truck. Dakota is offered in two versions, one with 112-inch wheelbase and 6.5-foot c... Read More's view

September 5, 1986

SCORE another one for those people at Chrysler Corp. They’ve come out with a mid-size pickup truck in an overcrowded truck market, and the darn thing, the 1987 Dodge Dakota SE, is likely to s... Read More