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A pickup truck or pickup is a
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that has an enclosed cabin and an open
cargo In economics, the word cargo refers in particular to goods or produce being conveyed—generally for Commerce, commercial gain—by water, air or land. "Freight" is the money paid to carry cargo. ''Cargo'' was originally a shipload. Cargo ...

cargo
area with low sides and tailgate. In
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Australia
and
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New Zealand
, both pickups and coupé utilities are called utes, short for
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. In
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South Africa
, people of all language groups use the term ''bakkie'', a diminutive of ''bak'',
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for "bowl" or "container". Once a work or farming tool with few creature comforts, in the 1950s U.S. consumers began purchasing pickups for lifestyle reasons, and by the 1990s, less than 15% of owners reported use in work as the pickup truck's primary purpose. In North America, the pickup is mostly used as a
passenger car Passenger car may refer to: * A car (automobile) as opposed to a truck * Passenger car (Ferris wheel), a compartment for carrying passengers * Passenger car (rail), railway rolling stock for carrying passengers See also

* Car (disambiguation) ...

passenger car
and accounts for about 18% of total vehicles sold in the United States. Full-sized pickups and
SUV A sport utility vehicle or SUV is a car classification Governments and private organizations have developed car classification schemes that are used for various purposes including regulation, description, and categorization of car A c ...

SUV
s are an important source of revenue for major car manufacturers such as GM,
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, and
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Stellantis
, accounting for more than two-thirds of their global pretax earnings, though they make up just 16% of North American vehicle production. These vehicles have a high
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and a high price tag; in 2018, Kelley Blue Book cited an average cost (including optional features) of US$47,174 for a new Ford F-150. The term pickup is of unknown origin. It was used by
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in 1913 and by the 1930s, "pick-up" (hyphenated) had become the standard term.


History

In the early days of automobile manufacturing, vehicles were sold as a
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chassis
only, and third parties added bodies on top. In 1902, the
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was founded by Max Grabowsky and Morris Grabowsky who built one-ton carrying capacity trucks in Pontiac, Michigan. In 1913, the Galion Allsteel Body Company, an early developer of the pickup and
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dump truck
, built and installed hauling boxes on slightly modified
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Ford Model T
chassis, and from 1917 on the Model TT. Seeking part of this market share,
Dodge Dodge is an American brand A brand is a name, term, design, symbol or any other feature that identifies one seller's good or service as distinct from those of other sellers. Brands are used in business, marketing, and advertising for recog ...

Dodge
introduced a 3/4-ton pickup with cab and body constructed entirely of wood in 1924. In 1925, Ford followed up with a Model T-based, steel-bodied, half-ton with an adjustable
tailgate
tailgate
and heavy-duty rear springs. Billed as the "Ford Model T Runabout with Pickup Body", it sold for ; 34,000 were built. In 1928, it was replaced by the Model A, which had a closed-cab, safety-glass windshield, roll-up side windows, and three-speed transmission. In 1931, GM introduced light-duty pickups for both
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and
Chevrolet Chevrolet ( ), colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an American automobile division of the American manufacturer General Motors General Motors Company (GM) is an American Mul ...

Chevrolet
targeted at private ownership. These pickup trucks were based on the
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. In 1940, GM introduced the dedicated light-truck platform, separate from passenger cars, which GM named the AK series. Ford North America continued to offer a pickup body style on the Ford Model 51, and the Ford Australian division produced the first Australian "ute" in 1932. In 1940, Ford offered a dedicated light-duty truck platform called the
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Ford F100
, then upgraded the platform after World War II to the
Ford F-Series The Ford F-Series is a series of trucks marketed and manufactured by Ford Ford commonly refers to: * Ford Motor Company The Ford Motor Company, commonly known as Ford, is an American multinational automaker that has its main headquar ...
in 1948. Dodge assumed truck production from
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, although the company did produce their own truck during World War II called the
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.
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offered the International K and KB series, which were marketed towards construction and farming and did not have a strong retail consumer presence, and
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Studebaker
also manufactured the M-series truck. At the beginning of World War II, the United States government halted the production of privately-owned pickup trucks, and all American manufacturers built
heavy duty trucks
heavy duty trucks
for the war effort. In the 1950s, consumers began purchasing pickups for lifestyle rather than utilitarian reasons. Car-like, smooth-sided, fenderless trucks were introduced, such as the Chevrolet Fleetside, the
Chevrolet El Camino The Chevrolet El Camino is a pickup / coupé utility vehicle that was produced by Chevrolet between 1959–60 and 1964–1987. Unlike a standard pickup truck, the El Camino was adapted from the standard two-door Chevrolet station wagon platform a ...

Chevrolet El Camino
, the Dodge Sweptline, and in 1957, Ford's purpose-built Styleside. Pickups began to feature comfort items such as power options and air conditioning. During this time, pickups with four doors, known as a crew cab, started to become popular. These pickup trucks were released in 1954 in Japan with the
Toyota Stout The Toyota Stout was a light truck produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota is a Japanese multinational Multinational may refer to: * Multinational corporation, a corporate organization operating in multiple countries * Multinational force, a ...

Toyota Stout
,"Toyota Vehicle Identification Manual", Toyota Motor Corporation, Overseas Parts Department, Catalog No.97913-84, 1984, Japan in 1957 in Japan with the
Datsun 220 The Datsun Truck is a compact pickup truck made by Nissan in Japan from 1955 through 1997. It was originally sold under the Datsun brand, but this was switched to Nissan in 1983. It was replaced in 1997 by the Nissan Navara, Frontier and Navara. ...
, and in 1957 in America with the International Travelette. Other manufactures soon followed, including the
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in 1962, Dodge in 1963,
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in 1965, and
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General Motors
in 1973. In 1963, the U.S.
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directly curtailed the import of the
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, distorting the market in favor of U.S. manufacturers. The tariff directly affected any country seeking to bring light trucks into the United States and effectively "squeezed smaller Asian truck companies out of the American pickup market." Over the intervening years, Detroit lobbied to protect the light-truck tariff, thereby reducing pressure on Detroit to introduce vehicles that polluted less and that offered increased fuel economy. The U.S. government's 1973
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(CAFE) policy set higher fuel-economy requirements for cars than pickups. CAFE led to the replacement of the
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by the
minivan Minivan (sometimes called simply as van) is a North American car classification for vehicles designed to transport passengers in the rear seating row(s), with reconfigurable seats in two or three rows. The equivalent classification in Europe is t ...

minivan
, the latter of which belonged in the truck category, which allowed it compliance with less strict emissions standards. Eventually, CAFE led to the promotion of
sport utility vehicle A sport utility vehicle or SUV is a car classification that combines elements of road-going passenger cars with features from off-road vehicles, such as raised ground clearance and four-wheel drive Four-wheel drive, also called 4x4 ("f ...
s (SUVs). Pickups, unhindered by the emissions controls regulations on cars, began to replace
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s as the performance vehicle of choice. The
Dodge Warlock The D/W series is a line of pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck Light truck or light-duty truck is a US classification for truck mining truck A truck or lorry is a motor vehicle designed to transport cargo. ...
appeared in Dodge's "adult toys" line, along with the Macho Power Wagon and Street Van. The 1978
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, which taxed fuel-inefficient cars while exempting pickup trucks, further distorted the market in favor of pickups. Furthermore, until 1999, light trucks were not required to meet the same safety standards as cars and 20 years later most still lagged behind cars in the adoption of safety features. In the 1980s, the compact
Mazda B-series The Mazda B series is a series of pickup trucks that was manufactured by Mazda. Produced across five generations from 1961 to 2006, the model line began life primarily as a commercial vehicle, slotted above a kei truck in size. Through its prod ...

Mazda B-series
,
Isuzu Faster The Isuzu Faster is a pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck that has an enclosed cabin and an open cargo In economics, the word cargo refers in particular to goods or produce being conveyed—generally for Commer ...
, and Mitsubishi Forte appeared. Subsequently, U.S. manufacturers built their own compact pickups for the domestic market, including the
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, and the
Chevrolet S-10 The Chevrolet S-10 is a compact pickup truck that was produced by Chevrolet Chevrolet ( ), colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an Automotive industry in the United States, Ame ...
.
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Minivans
make inroads into the pickups' market share. In the 1990s, pickups' market share was further eroded by the popularity of SUVs.


International markets

While the
Ford F-150 The Ford F-Series is a series of trucks marketed and manufactured by Ford Motor Company, Ford since the 1948 model year. Slotted above the Ford Ranger (Americas), Ford Ranger in the Ford truck model range, the F-Series is marketed as a range ...

Ford F-150
has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States since 1982, the Ford F-150, or indeed any full-sized pickup truck, is a rare sight in Europe, where high fuel prices and narrow city roads make it difficult to use daily. In the United States, pickups are favored by a cultural attachment to the style, low fuel prices, and taxes and regulations that distort the market in favor of domestically built trucks. As of 2016, the
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IRS
offers
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s for business use of "any vehicle equipped with a cargo area ... of at least six feet in interior length that is not readily accessible from the passenger compartment". In Europe, pickups represent less than 1% of light vehicles sold, the most popular being the
Ford Ranger Ford Ranger is a nameplate on a bridge in Kraków Kraków (, also , , ), written in English as Krakow and traditionally known as Cracow, is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland Poland ( pl, Polska ), offici ...
with 27,300 units sold in 2015. Other models include the Renault Alaskan (a rebadged
Nissan Navara The Nissan Navara is the name for the D21, D22, D40 and D23 generations of Nissan ( Nissan Motor Corporation and often shortened to Nissan) is a Japanese headquartered in , Japan. The company sells its vehicles under the Nissan, , and ...

Nissan Navara
), and the
Toyota Hilux The Toyota Hilux ( ja, トヨタ・ハイラックス, Toyota Hairakkusu; stylized as HiLux and historically as Hi-Lux) is a series of pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck Light truck or light-duty truck is a US class ...

Toyota Hilux
. The NOx law and other differing regulations prevent pickups from being imported to Japan, but the
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Mitsubishi Triton The Mitsubishi Triton is a compact pickup truck produced by Mitsubishi Motors. In Japan it was originally known as the Mitsubishi Forte and from 1991 as the Strada. In the United States Chrysler Corporation sold captive imports as the Dodge Ram ...
was available for a limited time. The most recent pickup truck on sale in Japan is the
Toyota Hilux The Toyota Hilux ( ja, トヨタ・ハイラックス, Toyota Hairakkusu; stylized as HiLux and historically as Hi-Lux) is a series of pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck Light truck or light-duty truck is a US class ...

Toyota Hilux
. In China (where it is known by the English
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as 皮卡车 pí kǎ chē), the
Great Wall Wingle The Great Wall Wingle is a series of pick-up truck that has been manufactured by the Chinese company Great Wall Motors since 2006. The original Wingle was renamed Wingle 3 with the introduction of the newer model Wingle 5 in 2010 and Wingle 6 in 2 ...
is manufactured domestically and exported to Australia. In Thailand, pickups manufactured for local sale and export include the
Isuzu D-Max The Isuzu D-Max is a pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck that has an enclosed cabin and an open cargo In economics, the word cargo refers in particular to goods or produce being conveyed—generally for Comm ...

Isuzu D-Max
and the Mitsubishi Triton. In Latin and South America, the
Toyota Hilux The Toyota Hilux ( ja, トヨタ・ハイラックス, Toyota Hairakkusu; stylized as HiLux and historically as Hi-Lux) is a series of pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck Light truck or light-duty truck is a US class ...

Toyota Hilux
, Ford Ranger, VW Amarok,
Dodge Ram The Ram pickup (marketed as the Dodge Ram until 2010) is a full-size pickup truck A pickup truck or pickup is a light-duty truck that has an enclosed cabin and an open cargo In economics, the word cargo refers in particular to goods ...

Dodge Ram
,
Chevrolet S-10 The Chevrolet S-10 is a compact pickup truck that was produced by Chevrolet Chevrolet ( ), colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an Automotive industry in the United States, Ame ...
, Chevrolet D-20, and
Chevrolet Montana The Chevrolet Montana is a front wheel drive coupé utility sold by Chevrolet Chevrolet ( ), colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an Automotive industry in the United States, Am ...
are sold. In
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South Africa
, pickups account for about 17% of the passenger and light commercial vehicle sales, mostly the Toyota Hilux,
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, and Isuzu KB (
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Isuzu D-Max
). The
Volkswagen Amarok The Volkswagen Amarok is a pickup truck produced by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles since 2010. It is a traditional body-on-frame truck with double-wishbone suspension at the front and leaf springs at the rear. The Amarok range consists of single ...
and
Nissan Navara The Nissan Navara is the name for the D21, D22, D40 and D23 generations of Nissan ( Nissan Motor Corporation and often shortened to Nissan) is a Japanese headquartered in , Japan. The company sells its vehicles under the Nissan, , and ...

Nissan Navara
are also sold.


Design and features

In the United States and Canada, nearly all new pickups are sold with
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s. Only the
Jeep GladiatorThe Jeep Gladiator may refer to: * Jeep Gladiator (SJ), a pickup truck made by Jeep from 1962-1988, known as the Jeep J-Series after 1971 * Jeep Gladiator (JT), a pickup truck made by Jeep from 2019 onwards {{Short pages monitor File:Datsun220truck.jpg, Early compact
Datsun Truck The Datsun Truck is a compact pickup truck made by Nissan in Japan from 1955 through 1997. It was originally sold under the Datsun brand, but this was switched to Nissan in 1983. It was replaced in 1997 by the Nissan Navara, Frontier and Navara. ...

Datsun Truck
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with single
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and a dropside bed. File:Suzuki_Carry_1989.jpg, 1990
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Suzuki Carry
, a
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Songthaew
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2006
Holden Ute The Holden Ute is a coupe utility A coupe or coupé is a passenger car with a sloping or truncated rear roofline and two doors. The term ''coupé'' was first applied to horse-drawn carriages for two passengers without rear-facing seats. It ...

Holden Ute
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Ford Ranger
in French
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References

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