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Mazda Debuts All-New MX-30 EV

Mazda Debuts All-New MX-30 EV

The all-new electrified MX-30 represents Mazda’s first EV addition to its vehicle portfolio. It debuts in California in fall 2021. Its 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged to 80% in about 36 minutes using DC fast charging.

April 14, 2021

Outsourcing: An Untapped Government Fleet Strategy

Outsourcing: An Untapped Government Fleet Strategy

With mounting pressures to deliver quality service, government organizations may experience hurdles when it comes to managing its vehicles effectively. Outsourcing the management of the fleet of vehicles can provide several benefits to the organization.

April 14, 2021

Kentucky City Fire Department Purchases 5 New Pieces of Equipment
Peterbilt Unveils New Medium Duty Models

Peterbilt Unveils New Medium Duty Models

Peterbilt unveiled its new Model 537 and Model 548 trucks, designed for the Class 7 and 8 segment, and Model 535 and Model 536 trucks, designed for the Class 5/6 non-CDL lease and rental markets.

April 7, 2021

GM Confirms Electric Chevrolet Silverado

GM Confirms Electric Chevrolet Silverado

The first-ever electric Silverado full-size truck will have a GM-estimated range of more than 400 miles and will be built at Factory ZERO, the renamed Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center.

April 6, 2021

Toyota, Chevrolet Top 2021 Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America Awards
Kenworth Unveils All-New Medium Duty Line

Kenworth Unveils All-New Medium Duty Line

Kenworth’s new lineup is the OEM’s first update of its medium-duty offerings since 2007, and the introduction of the first all-new models in almost 30 years. The MD trucks feature the North American debut of the Paccar TX-8 automatic transmission.

April 5, 2021

Lordstown Unveils Two Beta Versions of Endurance Pickup
Heavy Payloads and Commercial EV Range — a Real-World Test
Texas City Launches On-Demand Self-Driving Shuttle Service
Isuzu Adds Advanced Safety Tech to 2022i N-Series Models

Isuzu Adds Advanced Safety Tech to 2022i N-Series Models

An all-new advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) will be optional on all 2022i N-Series models. Other enhancements include new standard and optional fuel tanks, standard four-wheel disc brakes, and a refreshed design.

March 10, 2021

Ford Debuts SYNC 4 Tech on the 2022 Super Duty
Questions to Ask When Spec’ing and Designing a Trailer
U.S. Army Orders Heavy Dump Trucks from Mack Defense
Peterbilt Launches Updated Vocational Models 567, 520