Favorite Trucks Quiz
by Staff
They're built to haul, tow, plow and inspire huge loyalty in the people who love them. Here's our best trivia about the world's best trucks.

When the Humvee was in development, it was known by an acronym, HMMWV. What does that stand for?

  • High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle
  • Hard Military Moving War Van
  • Heavy Metal Merging With Visibility

Which company developed the first Humvee for the United States military?

  • Jeep
  • AM General
  • Chevrolet

The Ford Model A pickup truck was designed to replace which vehicle?

  • Ford Model T
  • Ford Model AA
  • Ford T-Bird

How much horsepower did the Ford Model A feature?

  • 28
  • 40
  • 75

What year was the first civilian version of the Hummer released?

  • 1979
  • 1992
  • 1999

What is the name of the transmission that appeared in 1950s Ford pickup trucks?

  • F-mission
  • Fordomatic
  • Fordshift

The 1991 GMC Syclone was a "hot-rod pickup" based on which GMC model?

  • Sonoma
  • Caballero
  • Sierra

The GMC Syclone, based on the GMC Sonoma, then became the basis for another GMC model. What was it?

  • the Jimmy SUV
  • the Typhoon SUV
  • the Caballero pickup

Which of these engine types appeared in the 1955 Ford F-100?

  • a six-cylinder and a V-8
  • a V-4 and a V-8
  • a naturally-aspirated six-cylinder and a turbocharged six-cylinder

What was one of the main selling points of the Ford F-100?

  • comfort
  • a cheap price
  • all-season tires

Who introduced the new Jeep Liberty at the 2001 North American International Auto Show in Detroit?

  • hippie author Ken Kesey
  • talk show host Jay Leno
  • rally racer Carey Hart

When did the 60th Anniversary Edition of the Jeep Wrangler go on sale?

  • February of 2001
  • February of 2000
  • June of 2002

What automotive company manufactures the Unimog?

  • Jeep
  • Fiat
  • Mercedes-Benz

What is the most popular production vehicle to be turned into an armored car?

  • the Chevrolet Suburban
  • the Ford Explorer
  • the Mercedes-Benz G-Class

What was Jeep's full name in the mid-1960s?

  • Kaiser-Jeep Corporation
  • Willys Jeep Chrysler
  • International Harvester

Armored trucks that are built for money transit are designed specifically to protect against a certain type of threat. What is it?

  • bombs
  • handguns
  • the Mini Coopers from "The Italian Job"

What does Unimog mean?

  • Unwieldy Important Ogre
  • United Motorage
  • Universal-Motor-Geraet

When was the International Scout introduced?

  • the early 1950s
  • the early 1960s
  • the early 1970s

What company manufactured the Reo Speedwagon?

  • Reo
  • Styx
  • Ford

When did Jeep release the Wagoneer?

  • 1955
  • 1961
  • 1962

What company produced the Jeep Wagoneer?

  • Willys
  • Jeep
  • Wagoneer

The Jeep Wagoneer was the first four-wheel drive vehicle to offer what feature?

  • rubber floor mats
  • an automatic transmission
  • a radio

What was the 1990 Chevrolet 454 SS' sole available color?

  • Onyx Black
  • Coal Black
  • Bowtie Red

What lurked under the hood of the Chevy 454 SS?

  • a 6.0-liter V-8
  • a 7.4-liter V-8
  • a turbocharged V-6

What did Ford's SVT acronym designate?

  • Special Vehicle Team
  • Special Version Truck
  • Super Vicious Truck

When did Ford release the SVT F-150 Lightning pickup?

  • the 1993 model year
  • the 1990 model year
  • the 1995 model year

When did Studebaker first outfit its trucks with a V-8 engine?

  • 1950
  • 1951
  • 1954

Studebaker trucks stood out from the competition thanks to what?

  • the styling
  • the power
  • the safety features

Which of the following trucks have been adapted into official Popemobiles?

  • a Studebaker and a Ford SVT F-150 Lightning
  • a Jeep Wrangler and a GMC Syclone
  • an FCS Star and a Ford Transit

Popes really love trucks! Which of the following have been Popemobiles?

  • a GMC Sierra and a Mercedes-Benz G500
  • a Nissan Titan and a Chevrolet El Camino
  • a Holden Colorado and a Volkswagen Caddy