PickupTruck.Com coverage from the 2003 NAIAS January 5-7, 2003 in Detroit.

Miscellaneous News
 

Miscellaneous NAIAS News
New trucks weren't the only news. Here's a few more updates about stuff they didn't talk about at press conferences.
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2005 King Ranch F-150
 

2005 King Ranch Edition Ford F-150
King Ranch luxury trickes down from the Super Duty to the all new Ford F-150. Is this the ultimate Texas truck?
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Mitsubishi Sport Concept
 

Something's Coming
Mitsubishi’s Sport Truck Concept is showing the design way for a company looking for new direction.
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2005 Nissan Frontier
 

Nissan's Powerful New 2005 Frontier
Nissan shows it's done its homework again with the debut of the all new mid sized 2005 Frontier. It features more power, more room, and more competition for the competition.
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Lincoln MK LT Concept
 

Lincoln's MK LT Rewrites Pickup Luxury
The Mark LT is a key part of Lincoln's plan to broaden the showroom and build momentum and profitable growth for Ford's luxury brand.
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Toyota FTX Concept
 

FTX Concept Debut: Toyota Gets It
Don't call this a 7/8th scale pickup. The FTX is a 9/8th scale reaction by Toyota to increased market pressure and its need to offer a true full size pickup for domestic buyers.
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Honda SUT Concept
 

Honda Debuts SUT Concept
Honda's first foray into pickups shows much hope, many innovations and lessons still to be learned..
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Honda SUT Concept
 

NAIAS Preview: Honda SUT Concept
Honda's SUT concept vehicle is scheduled to make its worldwide debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on January 4, 2004.
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Mitsubishi Sport Concept
 

NAIAS Preview: Mitsubishi Sport Concept
To promote its upcoming mid-size pickup, Mitsubishi will debut its concept sport truck at the 2004 North American International Auto Show.
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Past PUTC NAIAS Coverage

This is PUTC's 6th year reporting from Detroit. Here are links to our past North American International Auto Show coverage.

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