Truck Reviews and News
Samsung Trials New ‘See-Through’ Truck For Safer Overtaking: VideoWED, 24 JUN, 2015
Popular technology giant Samsung is currently trialling a new camera-based safety system designed to make the act of overtaking trucks safer.
Recalls: Mazda Adds 80,000 Cars To Takata Airbag List, Nissan Adds 115,000WED, 10 JUN, 2015
Mazda is the latest Japanese carmaker to issue a mass recall on models fitted with Takata airbags as the saga continues to unfold.
Toyota Australia Rules Out TundraFRI, 22 MAY, 2015
Toyota Australia has definitively ruled out the current-generation Tundra for local sale, with the unavailability of a diesel powertrain and slim c...
Freightliner's Self-Driving Trucks Approved For Public Road TestingTHU, 7 MAY, 2015
With all the predictions surrounding the day when the world might see the first fully self-driven car in showrooms, it’s easy to forget that ...
Ram Trucks: 2015 Australian Launch Confirmed For SeptemberFRI, 10 APR, 2015
Ram trucks, the behemoth pickups of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), are on their way to Australia - and New Zealand - courtesy of a new import and...
Daimler SuperTruck Beats Efficiency Target By 115 percent, Looks AwesomeMON, 30 MAR, 2015
Daimler and its Freightliner truck division have smashed through efficiency targets set by the US Department of Energy with its SuperTruck technolo...
The Week That Was: Ford Ranger, Lexus RC 350, BMW 2 SeriesSUN, 30 NOV, 2014
Ford gave us an early preview of its 2015 Ranger pickup this week, following the world debut of its Everest SUV earlier this month.
Trucks Should Be Banned From Right Hand Lanes: RACVSAT, 29 NOV, 2014
Victoria’s RACV has used this weekend’s state election to call for a ban on trucks using the right hand lane on major freeways.
Koenigsegg One:1 Vs Volvo FH Truck In An Unlikely Showdown: VideoWED, 12 NOV, 2014
Volvo, it seems, is quite pleased with its new ‘I-Shift’ truck transmission so the Swedish car- and truck-maker was looking for a ...
Daihatsu, Subaru And Toyota Unveil All-New Kei TruckSUN, 7 SEP, 2014
An all-new ‘kei’ mini truck was unveiled in Japan this week, destined to be sold under the banners of three Japanese carmakers.