LIGHT-DUTY TRUCK SPECS FOR 2001

Dec. 1, 2000
FLEET OWNER's coverage of light-truck specifications for the 2001 Model Year includes information for every Class 1 and 2 commercial truck or chassis available in the U.S. This comprehensive report was put together with the help of IntelliChoice, the country's largest publisher of comparative automobile reports. IntelliChoice not only maintains an extensive database of vehicle specifications, but

FLEET OWNER's coverage of light-truck specifications for the 2001 Model Year includes information for every Class 1 and 2 commercial truck or chassis available in the U.S. This comprehensive report was put together with the help of IntelliChoice, the country's largest publisher of comparative automobile reports. IntelliChoice not only maintains an extensive database of vehicle specifications, but also compiles purchase and ownership cost reports on all cars and light trucks sold in the U.S. If you would like more details on any of the trucks listed in the following pages, including available options and analysis of ownership costs, visit their web site (www.intellichoice.com). As a special service to our readers, IntelliChoice is offering free access to its complete vehicle reports for a limited time. Just follow the report ordering instructions and enter the password TFLEET when asked for a credit card number.

About the Author

Jim Mele

Nationally recognized journalist, author and editor, Jim Mele joined Fleet Owner in 1986 with over a dozen years’ experience covering transportation as a newspaper reporter and magazine staff writer. Fleet Owner Magazine has won over 45 national editorial awards since his appointment as editor-in-chief in 1999.

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