Trucks include pickups, sport utility vehicles
, vans, and minivans. They generally have the same features as civilian cars
Like cars, trucks generally provide three-quarters cover
to their occupants. The rear bed of a pickup truck, however, provides only one-half cover
The four-door Hummer is a civilian version of the military's all-terrain "humvee" utility vehicle
. It comes equipped with a powerful 6.5-liter, 195-horsepower V8 turbo diesel engine. The hummer is decked out like a luxury vehicle
inside, but this vehicle
is every bit as rugged as the military version.
The military version can be configured in a variety of ways, including a two-door pickup, a four-door pickup with a short bed, and a completely enclosed, SUVlike body with a hatchback and four doors. It lacks the luxury accessories of the civilian version, but it is equipped with puncture-resistant tires.
A Hummer is two squares wide and four squares long.
One of the largest sport utility vans on the market, the Suburban is a four-door truck equipped with a standard 6.0-liter, 320-horsepower V8 engine. It is two squares wide and four squares long.
The Caravan is a minivan with two conventional doors up front, sliding doors on the side, and a rear hatch-style door. It is two squares wide and four squares long.
The Escape is a four-door SUV with a 3.0-liter, 201-horsepower V6 engine. It is two squares wide and three squares long.
This two-door pickup truck has a 4.2-liter, 202-horsepower V6 engine. The F-150 is two squares wide and four squares long.
The Tacoma is a two-door pickup with a back seat in its extended cab. It is two squares wide and four squares long.
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