The Ford F-150 is updated for 2018 with a long list of new features. This includes new engines, new drive modes, and even a new exterior. There’s a lot that’s new and improved, but what hasn’t changed is this truck’s ability to be all things to all people.
We get it. A plow truck is expensive, a snowblower takes up a lot of space. Why not use what you’ve got laying around the house and rig your own snow plow to clear the white mess in your driveway. (Just kidding. DO NOT DO THESE THINGS. Or, if you do, forget you saw them […]
There are a lot of times when you should just leave well enough alone. This sounds like one of them to AAA Car Doctor John Paul:
GM grabs a technology found on supercars and high-end EVs and drops it into America’s most popular vehicle type.
We’ve got data on every car, truck, and SUV available in 2018 with a manual transmission, including the cost or fuel mileage penalty or reward for choosing it, and trim levels that allow a manual transmission.
The Ram 1500 is all-new for 2019, so where does this leave the 2018? It’s in a very good place, thank you very much, with plenty of features, capability, and style. Yes, trucks have style, which is why they’re offered with all sorts of special editions like the Ram 1500 Limited Tungsten Edition.
All three of America’s top pickup truck manufacturers launched a new truck at the Detroit Auto show this month. Some clear trends have emerged.
The all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado made its debut at the Detroit Auto Show to celebrate 100 years of Chevy trucks. It has new powertrains, improved capability, and eight different models designed to suit every truck buyer.
Ford made a huge blunder discontinuing the Ranger in 2011, but the new model may prove worth the wait.