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The 2015 Chevrolet City Express compact van offers two side sliding doors.

2015 Chevrolet City Express

General Motors introduced its 2015 Chevrolet City Express compact van publicly at the Chicago Auto Show, after showing it at several fleet events. The vargo van is based on the Nissan NV200. Read the full story here. Photo courtesy of GM.

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The 2015 GMC Canyon mid-size pickup is a cousin of the Chevrolet Colorado.

2014 Detroit Auto Show

The 2014 North American International Auto Show showcased several 2015 model-year vehicles including Ford's aluminum F-150, the mid-size GMC Canyon pickup, and the Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan. View photos from the show, which was attended by Automotive Fleet. Photos by Sherb Brown.

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2014 Sprinter

All-New 2014-2015 Vans & Trucks

A number of all-new van and truck models will be entering the market in 2014 and 2015, competing for the attention -- and budgets -- of fleet managers.

Check out the images of the all-new trucks and vans coming out soon. What do you think of the offerings? 

Then, read more about these new vehicles in a feature article here. Stay tuned as we keep adding additional photos of new trucks and vans coming out in 2014.

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GM's 2015 GMC Canyon mid-size pickup, a cousin of the Chevrolet Colorado, arrived in Detroit.

2015 GMC Canyon Mid-Size Pickup

General Motors introduced its 2015 GMC Canyon at the Detroit auto show. The Canyon is a cousin to the Chevrolet Colorado introduced at the Los Angeles Auto Show in the fall. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of GM.

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Ford's redesigned 2015 F-150 arrives with an all-aluminum body.

Ford's 2015 F-150 Pickup

Ford revealed full details about its redesigned 2015 F-150 pickup truck at the Detroit auto show. The cutting-edge truck will become the first mass-produced all-aluminum vehicle in the U.S. when it goes into production this year. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Ford.

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Michael Ahart, VP of transportation for Dean Foods, has been with the company since 2000. He is responsible for ensuring the company has a safe and reliable fleet of vehicles for use in the day-to-day delivery of its products.

Dean Foods Battles Transportation Inefficiencies

Dallas-based Dean Foods, a fresh dairy delivery company, has worked to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for its transportation and distribution fleet, focused on preventive maintenance (PM) compliance, and increased its focus on driver safety and productivity.

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2015 Ford Transit, High Roof

New Cargo Vans

A number of all-new van models will be entering the commercial fleet market over the next several years. Read more about these new vans in a feature article here. Stay tuned as we keep adding additional photos of new vans coming out in 2014.

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BMW's X4 concept crossover is based on the X3.

L.A. Auto Show 2013: SUVs

Sporty compact SUVs are arguably the automotive industry's hottest segment, and they were well represented at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. Photos by Stephane Babcock, Paul Clinton, Joanne Tucker, Amy Winter, and Chris Wolski.

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A Nissan Cargo Van is put to use as a food truck.

L.A. Auto Show 2013: Vans

The L.A. Auto Show highlighted a cross section of the various vans available to fleets and consumers. Photos by Stephane Babcock, Paul Clinton, Joanne Tucker, Amy Winter, and Chris Wolski.

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Ram demonstrated the load capacity of one of its Heavy-Duty Trucks.

L.A. Auto Show 2013: Pickup Trucks

During the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, trucks and SUVs were well represented, showing consumers and fleet managers alike that these are among the most versatile vehicles on the market today. Photos by Stephane Babcock, Paul Clinton, Joanne Tucker, Amy Winter, and Chris Wolski.

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By Paul Clinton
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Nobody Asked Me, But...

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Are You a Fleet Manager or Are You Just Managing a Fleet

By Sherb Brown
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Five Unpredictions for 2017

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