If you found Ford’s previous F-650 and F-750 useful, comfortable and easy to drive, you’ll feel the same way about the new generation.
This ‘Baby 8’ Kenworth T370 has serious carrying capacity, with a midrange-size
powertrain that performs well but saves money and weight.
‘We’re selling everything we can build,’ manufacturers say as they boost production, and they see no letup.
Ford’s big V-10 is strong and fairly quiet as it revs to make horses that feed on natural gas.
Senior Editor Tom Berg explains how he and the other judges picked Kenworth's T880 vocational truck as the ATD's 2015 Commercial Truck of the Year.
Most customers won't need a full-size van with this kind of off road capability, but for those who do, the Sprinter proves it can handle rough terrain.
Many product choices means there’s a roomy truck for every hauling and delivery need.
Precise concrete placement is a traditional feature for this front-discharge mixer, but relatively new is natural gas power.
Although work trucks are typically smaller and lighter than Class 8 freight haulers, often they are more complex and take more work to design and assemble. Work trucks are built to carry tools, parts, expendable supplies and other equipment that its driver or crew needs to accomplish a job.
Does a bigger cab merit a larger model number for a truck? It does with Peterbilt’s 567, the builder’s latest vocational truck, which will eventually replace the current 367.