Here is countdown of the Top 5 new trucks and SUVs from the 2017 Chicago Auto Show. This list is all about pickup trucks and body-on-frame SUVs.
5. 2017 Chevy Silverado and Colorado Redline Edition
Chevrolet showed the Redline edition concept vehicles at the 2015 SEMA aftermarket accessories show. They received such a positive response, that they are now rolling the Redline Edition packages for the Silverado and Colorado trucks from the factory. There are unique color combinations, blacked out wheels, unique grille, and red accents throughout.
4. 2018 Toyota Sequoia
Those of hoping for an all-new Sequoia did not get our wish answered. The Sequoia gets mild cosmetic changes and a TRD Sport model. The big news is that the big SUV receives Toyota’s latest safety and driver aide technologies (TSS+P). Nearly all of the wiring had to be upgraded to accommodate the collision alert, adaptive cruise control system, and more.
3. 2017 Nissan Titan / Titan XD King Cab
Nissan rolled out the King Cab version of the Titan and Titan XD pickup trucks at the Chicago Show. This is basically what Nissan calls their extended cab trucks. These join the Nissan single/regular cab and crew cab configurations. There were no news on the new V6 engine for the Titan, but the all Titan cab configurations are available with either the 5.0L V8 Cummins V8 or the 5.6L V8 gas engines.
2. 2018 Toyota Tundra
The changes to the 2018 Tundra mimic those on the Sequoia. There are an updated grille and headlights, a TRD Sport model, and Toyota’s latest TSS+P safety and aide system.
1. 2018 Ford Expedition
The the 2018 Expedition is all-new. It is based on the F-150 frame but continues to use an independent rear suspension. The all-aluminum body structure makes for a slightly larger vehicles and also drops about 300 lbs from the overall curb weight. It features a 2nd-gen 3.5L EcoBoost V6 and a 10-speed automatic transmission.