Sometimes you’ve got to go back to basics to find out what’s what. In the case of the pick-up truck, this rings true. Over the past few years, the explosion of ‘high-end’ trucks has been felt across the country, with pick-ups sporting huge alloy wheels and luxurious interiors appearing all over the place. Does it mean that we’re getting a touch disenfranchised from a pick-up is ‘meant’ to be?
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