Full Sized Pickup Truck Comparison - Video Story

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August 27, 2007; Full sized pickups go head to head in this video comparison.

In recent memory, Japanese automakers have begun to make advances in the building of full size pick-up trucks. Where the United States once dominated the marketplace, there is a new competitor ready to pounce.

Rather than turning a blind eye to this competition, GM has decided to face them head on.

Inviting automotive critics from throughout the United States to the General Motors 4,000-acre Michigan Proving Grounds, GM was prepared with a new “U.S. vs. Them” mentality. With trucks from both GM and other international automakers prepared to the same specs, the critics were able to test traction, ride, handling and of course towing and trailering features.

To see the results of this head-to-head competition you can check out the video here:

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