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Ford added a 10-speed transmission to its F-150 for the 2017 model year.
We tested the F-150 XLT SuperCrew 4x4. This truck had the 145-inch wheelbase.
The smaller box measures 66 inches (5.5 feet). The 18-inch aluminum wheels are optional.

Ford's 2017 F-150 with 10-Speed

Ford has introduced one of the most advanced transmissions on the market with its 2017 F-150 pickup. The 10-speed automatic transmission improves fuel economy to 25 mpg on the highway for the rear-wheel pickup and 23 mpg highway for the 4x4 model. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Camry XSE V-6
C-HR XLE with Toyota's Bill Burris (in red Polo shirt)
Camry XSE V-6

Toyota's 2018-MY Business Meeting

Toyota hosted its 2018-MY business meeting for commercial customers on June 20 in Dana Point, Calif. Fleet professionals took an early peek at the redesigned Camry mid-size sedan. Photos courtesy of Toyota.

Ranger Design’s van shelving systems are lightweight, available in hundreds of configurations,...
Adrian Steel’s drop-down ladder racks allow a driver to easily and safely load and lower the...
The DECKED in-vehicle storage system is customizable and features two full bed-length drawers....

Work Van Upfit Ideas

Vans are an important tool for many fleet operations, from service to delivery to contractors and more. Due to the wide variety of vocations that utilize vans, upfitters have designed a number of options to help drivers do their jobs safely, quickly, and easily. Check out more information on each of the van upfit products here. 

Fleet managers drove Volkswagen's Atlas mid-size SUV (second from left).
Audi's Tony Trapalis and Chris Hoehner, VW's general manager, corporate sales.
LabCorp's Lynda Dinwiddie and Mike Sims of the LDS church

VW/Audi 2018-MY Fleet Preview

Volkswagen and Audi hosted their 2018-MY fleet preview in Salt Lake City from June 21 to 23. Fleet professionals listened to detailed product presentations and got behind the wheel of the new Atlas mid-size SUV and redesigned Audi Q5. Photos courtesy of VW.

The TEXA Truck Diagnostic Tool from Diesel Laptops offers dealer-level functionality on all...
SoundOff Signal's mpower Fascia line of vehicle lighting features ClearDuty technology,...
Magellan Return-To-Route is a multi-stop routing and navigation solution developed for municipal...

New Products at GFX 2017

Several exhibitors displayed new products at the 2017 Government Fleet Expo & Conference, which took place June 12-15 in San Antonio. Photos by Roselynne Reyes and courtesy of Agile Fleet, Magellan GPS, and Miller Electric Mfg. Co.

The 2017 Government Fleet Expo & Confernce expo hall had 120 exhibitors.
GM's vehicles on display included the Chevrolet Colorado and the Chevrolet Malibu.
Ford's vehicles included the new Police Responder Hybrid concept vehicle and the F-150.

GFX 2017 in Pictures

The Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX) took place from June 12-15. It included a packed show floor, a record number of attendees, and educational sessions on a range of topics specific to government fleet managers. Photos by Natalia King, Thi Dao, and Roselynne Reyes.

The American Eagle Heavy-Duty Aluminum Drawer Systems provide heavy-duty mobile storage, with...
The DCU Max by A.R.E. is an extension of A.R.E.’s popular DCU commercial aluminum work cap.
HD Series by A.R.E. takes the aesthetics of fiberglass and blends them with the functionality...

Medium-Duty Upfit Showcase

Take a look at an array of upfitted medium-duty vehicles set up for various jobs. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of manufacturers.

The pre-conference tour of the San Antonio, Texas, fleet facility drew 136 attendees, broken...
The police garage services more than 1,350 units, including more than 650 police pursuit vehicles.
Charles Peer, fleet maintenance supervisor, explains the state inspection process.

Facility Tour: City of San Antonio

The City of San Antonio, Texas, fleet services team manages 5,200 vehicles for the city. GFX attendees were taken on a tour of the City of San Antonio's fleet facility. Photos by Thi Dao and Roselynne Reyes.