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The NV200 comes in two models, S and SV. MSRP for the S is $19,990 and $20,980 for the SV. These prices exclude the $845 destination and handling charge.

Nissan's 2013 NV200 Cargo Van

Nissan showed its redesigned 2013-MY NV200 Compact Cargo Van at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show and revealed more details about the vehicle, which the company originally announced at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. Photos courtesy of Nissan.

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The Limited grade has an “active premium” image with leather seating surfaces matching soft-touch stitched door and console surfaces, and wood-style interior trims.

2014 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., unveiled the redesigned 2014 Tundra full-size pickup truck at a press conference at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show. 
 

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Ford's new Atlas Concept features a next-generation EcoBoost engine that uses direct injection and turbocharging.

Ford Atlas Concept Pickup Truck

Ford unveiled a new pickup truck concept vehicle at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit called the Atlas Concept. According to Ford, the truck shows a wide range of technologies that improve fuel efficiency and pickup truck functionality in work environments. The following gallery shows the Atlas Concept's specific features.

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The all-new Transit Connect Van offers two engine choices, a 1.6L EcoBoost engine and the standard 2.5L engine.

Ford's 2014 Transit Connect Cargo Van

Ford released new images of its redesigned 2014-MY Transit Connect Van, the cargo version of its Transit Connect. The images here show long wheelbase versions of the vehicle in different colors and from different angles. The Transit Connect is now in its second generation, which began with the 2013-MY. Photos courtesy of Ford.

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The long wheelbase, high-roof version of the Transit.

2015 Ford Transit Full-Size Van

Ford released information about body styles, roof heights, and other details for its 2015-MY Transit full-size van, which will replace its E-Series van. The following photo gallery shows the different body styles and roof heights, plus some interior photos, of Ford's all-new Transit van. Photos courtesy of Ford.

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Chrysler had a display for its new Ram Commercial Truck division. The company had this Ram 5500 on display.

2012 L.A. Auto Show: Trucks, Vans and SUVs

At the 2012 L.A. Auto Show, nearly 50 vehicles debuted, including several crossover models. The following slideshow highlights vehicles in the truck, van and crossover/SUV segments that appeared at the show, including debut vehicles and other new models. Photos by Greg Basich, Lauren Fletcher and Joanne Tucker.

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Isuzu 'Reaches' for Angels Radio

There’s a new fan favorite at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., and it’s not a sports team. Needing an efficient way to get around and transport promotional materials, broadcasting equipment, and more, the team over at Angels Radio was loaned a Reach Van from Isuzu Commercial Truck of America (ICTA) at the start during the 2012 season.

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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 'Chic Cargo' Event

Mercedes-Benz invited several of its conversion company partners to showcase upfitted versions of the Sprinter at a Sept. 13, 2012 media event in Chicago.

Photos by Grace Suizo

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A pre-production model of the EVAOS Ford F-150.

EVAOS Debuts Hybrid-Electric F-150

The folks at EVAOS (Electric Vehicle Add-On Systems) are launching a hybrid-electric version of the Ford F-150. Work Truck magazine staff went to test it out. 

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In the background, the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge is the nation's first segmentally constructed concrete arch bridge. Spanning 1,648 feet, the double arch structure offers motorists a view from 155 feet above the valley floor. Source: Lauren Fletcher

2013 Ram 1500 Launch

Ram Trucks has revealed the redesigned MY-2013 Ram 1500. Check out the photo gallery for photos from the launch in Nashville, Tenn., plus images from the automaker. Photos by Lauren Fletcher and courtesy of Ram Trucks.

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