When it comes to saturating a product, it seems no one does it like Ford. With its two main earners being the F150 and Mustang line, it seems that there is just never an end to the new models within a product line. Of course, you may say that bout one other company here, but this company in particular wanted to wait to release its heavy-duty pickup. And for the rest it seems that now was just a better time than any other to release a new model. The only sad news about the truck market this year, was that with the death of Pontiac comes the death of one of our trucks. Of course, that didn’t keep us from doing an overview on it.
Well even with a death in the family it still seems that the truck world is still alive. But when you’re still using a platform from over thirty years ago it might be time to make a change for the better. Now it is time for the truck market to go through the wash and cleanse itself of any in pure models. Thus, making it a true segment, not just some rich persons people mover.
This year’s official winner was one that seemed to be on its way. That was until its untimely death late last fall. Yes, our official truck winner is the 2010 Pontiac G8 Sport truck. Even with its untimely death it seems that wasn’t enough to kill the spirit of those who truly loved it.
Now for the bottom of the barrel truck, one that is no stranger to this award considering it won the Rusty last year. Yes, if you were one of the lucky few who got to read last years article then you will know that the 2010 Ford F150 Harley Davidson is the Rusty truck of the year. For not keeping to the image of both companies we had to name this wannabe the winner of the Rusty.