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Volkswagen Considering Atlas-Based Pickup

Volkswagen may offer a mid-size pickup to U.S. buyers and is expected to show a concept version of it at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday, sources told Automotive News.

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HLDI Reveals Vehicles With Lowest Collision Losses

The top 10 list, released by the Highway Loss Data Institute, includes large pickups from Ford and Ram.

Switchback Headache Rack

The Switchback headache rack is currently available for the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, and Toyota Tacoma, with more applications coming soon.

GMC's 2015 Canyon Pickup

The 2015 GMC Canyon, the sister model to the Chevrolet Colorado, represents General Motors' return to the mid-size pickup segment. The truck offers a similar package to the Colorado, but adds a more GMC-identified grille and cast aluminum wheels. Read more about the GMC Canyon here.

Colorado/Canyon Tonneau Covers, Caps

A.R.E.'s commercial duty tonneau covers and truck caps are now designed for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and 2015 GMC Canyon pickup trucks.

Colorado/Canyon RideControl Air Spring Kit

The adjustable air springs work with the existing leaf spring suspension to provide up to 2,000 pounds of load-leveling capacity.

GM Seeks to Revitalize Mid-Size Pickup Market

After largely disappearing for several years, GM hopes to connect fleets with its mid-size truck offerings. The Colorado Work Truck trim is specifically designed with fleets in mind.

GM's Three-Truck Strategy

Both Chevrolet and GMC have introduced three all-new pickups to offer fleets a variety of options for their variety of needs.

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.