What is the difference between a truck and a pickup?

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  • Febby Ferdiansyah
    Trucks, in its most general form, are large vehicles used to haul or tow, while pickups are utilitarian trucks that come with a bed. A pickup is simply a truck with a separate frame/cab and an open box. According to Car Throttle, pickups are based on trucks, made of two pieces, and generally have more interior space.22 Oct 2019
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    Part of a video titled What is KDSS, how do I know if I have KDSS, and where are ... - YouTube
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    3.0L EcoDiesel V6

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