Which trucks will be in the new fleet pickup trucks?

The new fleet pickups for the 2017 model year will be powered by a 3.0L V6, but there are two options available to customers: a 5.0-liter V6 diesel and a 3-liter six-cylinder diesel.

The V6 will be the largest engine in the truck lineup, while the 6-cylinders will be available in all three variants of the truck.

The 3- and 5-liter engines will also be available for the new truck lineup.

The trucks will have a 5-gallon fuel tank, and they will be equipped with a four-wheel-drive system, which allows for more than 50 miles per gallon.

The 4.5-liter diesel will also have an option.

The new fleet truck lineup will come in two sizes: the 5.7-liter and the 5-inch.

The 5.6-liter truck will be offered in both 4×4 and 2×2 configurations, with a maximum weight capacity of 3,300 pounds.

The truck will have four doors, and it will be fully self-driving.

The two-door 4×2 pickup will have two doors.

The pickup trucks will come with an 11-speed automatic transmission, as well as a 12-volt outlet for the electric motor.

The new truck will come equipped with advanced safety technology such as lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, and lane departure prevention.

The pickup trucks for the 2018 model year, as part of the $25,000 price drop for the fleet pickup, will be called “the all-new 2017-2018 pickup.”

The name change will be effective from August 1.

The 2018 fleet pickup will come out with a 3,500-pound gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), and the 2019 pickup will be out with an additional 3,800-pound rating.