Throw away everything, because Mercedes-Benz is building this. For real. Yes. Seriously. We didn’t spike our coffee this morning. Are you ready for this?
Badges are the weirdest things ever, you can go full old-GM with them and don't distinguish them at all apart from changing badges or you can do what VW does and make a single platform that can be changed enough to compete in many segments and price brackets. A third option, taken by these two is just not making any…
When Toyota introduced the Corona Mark II to the world, we stupidly assumed there were only three versions: the coupe, the sedan, and the station wagon. We were wrong. And now we have a new unicorn.
A Jaguar XJ with the cargo capacity of a pickup truck just might make a complete trip. You know, because you can carry all the spare parts you'll need? Zing. Regardless of reliability, this luxury sedan-turned-truck is actually pretty fetching.
General Motors' new full size pickup trucks have arrived. Unlike pickups of the past, these are high tech machines using efficient engines with cylinder-deactivation to make sure those mpg figures stay as high as possible, even if they do have the aerodynamic profile of a brick on wheels.
This past week, Hyundai brought me and a bunch of other auto journalists to a fancy, wood-slathered resort in San Diego to show off some of the new cars they've been building like the Veloster Turbo. As you'd expect, they did lots of feeding of us hungry, hungry writers. I took advantage of the opportunity with the…
"Datsun is going to pick you up". Thanks to the upbeat singers it sounded like a good thing, but no one in this commercial seems too pleased about being "picked up" against their will. Thanks to the magic of advertising that all changed once they were placed in the bed of one Datsun's compact pickup trucks.
Jeep ditched the Gladiator name for their full-sized pickup trucks the year today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe J2000 was built, but that doesn't mean you can't be Roman round in it. That is of course, if it doesn't cost an empire.
Indiana State Police have reached out to Jalopnik readers to help find the 1987-96 Ford pickup shown in an image captured from a homeowner's surveillance camera on Monday morning. Its driver had entered a Lynnville, Ind. home on Monday, taking a gas can and an undisclosed sum of cash.
Ever stumbled across a "pickup truck rally" on your way through the woods to go hunting? We haven't either, but behind the wheel of a 1978 Jeep Pickup truck you would be ready if you did.
Ford's F-series Pickup has been the best selling vehicle in America for more than two decades. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe F-100 Super Cab is evidence to that longevity, but could its price be described as the best?
You have surely heard someone say they don't build ‘em like they used to? Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jeep Pickup is a perfect example of how they used to build ‘em, but will its modern-day price give you the willies?
The General Motors composite-body minivans of the early 1990s earned their "dustbuster" nicknames for the resemblance to other home appliances that suck. One example was transformed into a six-wheel pickup that's apparently for sale. Silhouette-amino? Words, unlike plastic, fail.
It is not, apparently, illegal to drive while naked in Nebraska as long as "no one is alarmed." Sadly, 32-year-old Nickolus Borgman figured out a way to alarm many, many people in the Lincoln area with his nude-driving antics.
Welcome to Down On The Mile High Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the City That Rust Sorta Ignored: Denver, Colorado. Here's another old Colorado survivor.
Welcome to Down On The Mile High Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Sorta Ignored: Denver, Colorado. Here's a working truck downtown in the big city.
Earlier this year, we saw this '79 Datsun King Cab pickup in a Northern California self-service wrecking yard. Here's another one, in a different yard but with the same sad story: truly small pickups are just too small.