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By G.R. Whale We know a new 2017 Ford Super Duty is on the way, and our spy photographers just got a glimpse of the regular-cab dualie version.
GM has announced that it intends to invest $1.2 billion in its Fort Wayne, Ind., truck assembly plant.
The Overland Expo, in one form or another, has been around for almost two decades, highlighting self-contained backcountry exploration and adventure.
The Ford F-150 was the No. 1 one selling vehicle in 2014 across all branches of the military — Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard — according to the most recent survey of United Services Automobile Association members.
Our friends at Popular Mechanics have taken a deep-dive behind-the-curtain look into the risk and reward of Ford's major overhaul of its two biggest production plants: the Dearborn Truck Plant in Michigan and the Kansas City Assembly Plant in Missouri where F-150s are born.
By G.R. Whale I'm a pessimist and a contrarian — I've been that way for years and I don't see imminent change on the horizon.
By G.R. Whale The recent 2015 Carroll Shelby Tribute brought nearly 200 Ford-powered cars and the original Mustang Shelby GT350 build team members to Shelby's Los Angeles office.
If you want to keep your passengers and cargo safe, make sure you purchase the biggest, heaviest and most expensive vehicle you can afford.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is requesting airbag manufacturer Takata Corp. recall nearly 34 million front airbag inflators that possibly have degraded over time since installation.
Towing is an integral part of pickup truck ownership for some people. The ability to hitch up a trailer and haul whatever you like, anywhere you like is a measure of freedom that Americans are fortunate to enjoy.
Ever wonder what new pickup truck gets sold the fastest after just one year of ownership? According to a new survey by iSeeCars.com, an average of 2.7 percent of model-year 2014 new cars were sold after just one year of ownership, but there were seven vehicles with much higher percentages and one of those was a pickup truck.
We had the chance to spend a good amount of time with the new 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel in the volcanic parts of northwestern Arizona.
Ram's pickup truck formula seems to be working pretty well. With so many standard and optional parts and pieces on the 10 different Ram 1500 trim packages, it is able to add a few more with some clever mixing and matching.
By Peter A. Hubbard The nearly 300 attendees at this year's 10th Annual Lone Star Toyota Jamboree held at the Barnwell Mountain Recreation Area in Gilmer, Texas (120 miles east of Dallas), came expecting to spend four days doing off-road trail rides and sampling the wares of the roughly 35 sponsoring Toyota-loving vendors.
By Peter Hubbard If you plan on using your income tax refund to buy a new full-size pickup truck, you'll probably discover what many buyers already have — there isn't that much variety.
We're headed to the 2016 Overland Expo in Flagstaff, Ariz., to examine and drive the 2015 Ram Rebel half-ton, and we can't wait.
What a surprise. It seems executives at BMW, the company that prides itself on making "the ultimate driving machines," is clearly saying the company will not get sucked into the pickup truck segment — global or U.S.
We saw plenty of excitement in Detroit at the 2015 North American International Auto Show for the world debut of the 2016 Nissan Titan XD, complete with its all-new 5.0-liter V-8 Cummins turbo-diesel.
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 48,000 model-year 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickups The Problem: The seat frame attachments may not have been properly secured during body assembly, which could result in the front of the seat not being secure in the event of a crash.
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 8,900 model-year 2015 Ford F-150 pickup trucks built from March 19 to 21, 2015, at the Kansas City Assembly Plant in Missouri and from March 21 to 30, 2015, at the Dearborn Truck Plant in Michigan The Problem: The upper I-shaft of the steering column may have been riveted and attached improperly, potentially causing it to separate.