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Nissan redesigned the Pathfinder so it's more aerodynamic.

2013 Nissan Pathfinder SUV

Nissan introduced its all-new 2013-MY Pathfinder SUV, which features a complete redesign, from the exterior to the powertrain. A new engine, transmission, aerodynamic styling, and unibody frame construction allows the SUV to get 20 city, 26 highway, 22 combined mpg for the FWD model. Read more about the 2013 Pathfinder here.

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Autogas fleets currently save around $1.25 per gallon compared to gasoline, and many report reduced maintenance needs and increased engine life.

Propane in the Park

Propane industry experts came together for Wisconsin Clean Cities’ “Propane in the Park” event to educate Milwaukee-area fleets about clean propane autogas technology. Charter Fuels showcased autogas-powered vehicles and discussed affordable vehicle conversions and fueling options for fleets through the Alliance AutoGas complete program.

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The new F-150 offers four engine choices for the 2013 model year.

Ford's 2013 F-150 Truck

Ford revealed details about the 2013-MY F-150 pickup truck, which will feature a new front-end style, a new Limited model, MyFord Touch technology, available HID headlamps, and four engine choices. The full-size truck is now in its twelfth generation, which debuted in the 2009-MY. Photos courtesy of Ford.

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among the highlights of newly redesigned MY-2013 Ram 1500. The new vehicle was unveiled at this week’s New York International Auto Show.

MY-2013 Ram 1500

Ram introduced its MY-2013 Ram 1500 at the New York International Auto Show.

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GM's new Chevrolet Traverse features a new exterior design, new interior upgrades, and improved handling characteristics.

GM's Chevrolet Traverse SUV

General Motors' 2013-MY Chevrolet Traverse features a redesigned exterior, improved handling features, new safety technology (including GM's new front-center airbag), and interior upgrades. The Traverse has been offered since the 2009 model year. Photos courtesy of GM.

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Schwan's Food Service truck by Isuzu Commercial Truck of America.

2012 NTEA The Work Truck Show

The Work Truck Show 2012 by NTEA was held March 6-8 in Indianapolis. Hundreds of exhibitors launched new products, shared details on current product lines, and participated in educational sessions. Here are a few highlights from the show.

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E-Z Pack CNG-Powered Front Loader

E-Z Pack Manufacturing, a refuse truck body manufcaturer, announced that Waste Pro USA’s first-ever compressed natural gas (CNG) solid waste collection truck has rolled off E-Z Pack’s assembly line and into the Atlanta market.

The vehicle, an E-Z Pack Hercules Front Loader body built on a 2012 Mack chassis, arrived in the Atlanta area on Feb. 3rd and is anticipated to be in operation later this month. CNG tanks are uniquely integrated in the upper rear of the vehicle body for optimized vehicle weight distribution and lower overall height. The body features greater ground clearance and, at 75 diesel gallon equivalents (DGEs), more fuel capacity than other CNG waste truck body options in the industry.

 

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GMC U.S. Marketing Vice President Tony DiSalle unveils the 2013 GMC Acadia at the Chicago Auto Show Wednesday, February 8, 2012 in Chicago, Ill. (Photo by Tyler Mallory for GMC)

GM's 2013 GMC Acadia

General Motors unveiled its refreshed 2013-MY GMC Acadia and Acadia Denali at the Chicago Auto Show. The Acadia features a redesigned exterior, GM's first front-center airbag, and a number of infotainment features. The Acadia was introduced for the 2009 model year. Photos courtesy of GM.

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Nissan said it modified the U.S. version of the vehicle to make it somewhat larger, increasing its length by 7.9 inches over the NV200 models offered globally.

Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van

At the 2012 Chicago Auto Show, Nissan unveiled its new NV200 Compact Cargo Van, which the automaker said is designed for customers who want a smaller van for business use. The photos in this gallery show the van's exterior and interior, along with some of the features Nissan is offering for the two van models (S and SV).

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2012 Ram Cargo Van

Chrysler brought its 2012 Ram Cargo Van to one of its dealerships in Los Angeles to give media the chance to check out the new vehicle and drive it. Following are images of the new van. Photos by Greg Basich.

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Mike Antich
How to Control Rogue Spending in Fleet

By Mike Antich
Procurement studies reveal that 20% or more of total corporate spend is for purchases that could have been acquired at a lower cost.

Spec’ing Today’s Trucks to Meet Tomorrow’s Needs

By Mike Antich

Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
Impact of Healthy Drivers on Your Operation

By Lauren Fletcher
Health and productivity can go hand-in-hand. Think about it: the better you feel, the more you accomplish. We often talk about the health of our trucks, their lifecycle, maintenance needs, and costs. But, the health of the driver population is especially important.

When a Supplier Goes Under

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Driving Notes

Paul Clinton
2018 Chevrolet Traverse

By Paul Clinton
The 2018 Traverse enters a crowded and intensely competitive category that pits two-row and three-row offerings in pitched battle. The generational update comes nine years after Chevrolet introduced the Traverse, and following two mid-cycle updates in 2013 and 2015.

2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

By Stephane Babcock

Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Size Matters

By Sherb Brown
There is little doubt that the folks out there with 5,000-10,000 vehicles have a good handle on how much they should be paying; for everything from bucket trucks to sedan floor mats. But some of our recent survey data shows that vast hordes of the fleet market are paying close to retail rates for a lot of products and services.

Remembering the Coach

By Sherb Brown

Data Points

Dylan Brown
What Are the Most Valuable Services Offered by FMCs?

By Dylan Brown
What do fleet managers value in their relationships with fleet management companies? The answer may surprise you.

Demand More From Your Fuel Card Provider

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