Pickup and 4×4 News
A new D-Max is imminent but, should you pine still for the old model, China’s Qingling Motors can provide just the thing with its Taga Daka H pickup truck.
Competition in the pickup sector is fierce, with manufacturers vying to be the best selling tuck in the UK, but who made it out on top?
The Ford Ranger now has a motorsport-inspired version developed in partnership with vehicle design specialists MS-RT.
Arctic Trucks has toughened the Toyota Hilux with the ATU pack, upgrading the pickup to meet mobility demands from commercial and lifestyle users.
Isuzu dealers will receive their new D-Max pickups in March, providing buyers with their first opportunity to experience the new truck.
The forthcoming Ford Focus-based pickup is going to be more truck-like than we expected, and will wear the Maverick name.
Henrik Fisker has a habit of revealing products in unusual ways, and this time chose LinkedIn to show off detailed renders of its electric pickup truck.
The next big thing is clearly an electric van, and Maxus swelled the ranks of EV models with the eDeliver 9 – its second all-electric vehicle of the year.
We’re preparing the Professional Pickup & 4×4 awards but this year we want you involved…
Pickup and 4×4 Reviews
After getting on for ten years on sale, the current Ford Ranger is close to retirement, but you’d never know by looking at it, especially with the new Thunder model.
The Toyota Hilux is something of an anomaly in the UK, accounting for just one in eight pickup sales, but this new model hopes to right that wrong…
Sometimes a pickup truck just isn’t enough, even after adding a hard top canopy, which is where the Ford Transit Custom Trail comes in.
A clear windscreen is one of the basics of safe motoring. This Chipex Aquaphobic screen wash additive adds rain repellent for clear glass in all conditions.
We’re some time from the Land Rover Defender Hard Top arriving, but we took an early drive of the new 4×4 in passenger car form to see what we can expect.
When Volkswagen turned up to the pickup party with its Amarok V6, it was clear that some serious effort had gone into making sure it ticked boxes for both professional and lifestyle users.
Is a more utilitarian truck a better choice than a double cab pickup? We take a look at the Toyota Hilux extra cab to see if less is more.
The Mercedes badge and V6 power weren’t enough to save the X-Class from the axe; we review it one last time to see if it’s worth a second look.
Pickup trucks dominate the market but, sometimes, what you need is a van that can go anywhere which is where Toyota’s Land Cruiser Commercial comes in.