10 tips for improving your pickup truck’s fuel economy

|  December 01, 2013 |

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Thanks to high prices at the pump, better gas mileage has become a top priority for all pickup truck owners. That can be seen in the excitement around Ram’s upcoming 1500 EcoDiesel, Nissan’s decision to offer a Cummins V-8 in the next-gen Titan and Chevrolet’s recent announcement that the 2016 Colorado will have a diesel option.

Maximizing pickup fuel economy weighs even heavier on the minds of fleet owners who want to reduce annual operating costs and improve profit, whether small business or large.

So, if maximizing mpg is your primary goal, we’ve put together 10 tips that guarantee pickup fuel economy will be maintained or improved. Click below to get started.


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