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Any time the No. 1-selling pickup truck makes a change it's news, even a mid-model refresh. Yes, it was bigger news when the 2015 Ford F-150 moved from steel to aluminum body panels, then got packed with a mountain of safety and performance technology, but there's still a significant amount of news in the 2018 model that's worthy of attention. No doubt some wanted more change and it is a little disappointing we won't be seeing the baby Power Stroke for another year and a half, but overall we think that giving buyers more options to customize the look of their truck with a mix-and-match approach to grille designs is a pretty good idea.
Ram has added a new special edition to its Ram 1500 Rebel lineup. Called the Ram Rebel Black, we were able to get a closer look at it during the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
To spice up the coming 2018 F-150, Ford has created a completely new set of grilles that should provide for more than 20 different looks.
The EPA has issued a "notice of violation" against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, alleging that its turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 EcoDiesel engine used in 2014-16 Ram 1500 pickup trucks and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs may have auxiliary software that can alter the emissions in a way not fully disclosed by the automaker.
The all-new Raptor is Ford's top-tier desert-running off-roader and in many ways is the best combination of engineering and features in a pickup truck that we've ever seen.
By Fred Meier Ford made it official today that it will revive a U.S. version of the Ranger mid-size pickup truck and that the Bronco SUV will return as a global product.
By Aaron Bragman Ford always has had a tricky task when updating the F-150. It's the most popular vehicle in the country by sales, selling hundreds of thousands of units a year — approximately 550,000 in 2016 alone — and retaining its title as the best-selling pickup for 40 straight years.
By Aaron Bragman Competes with: Chevrolet Silverado, Ram 1500, GMC Sierra, Nissan Titan and Toyota Tundra Looks like: Super Duty light Powertrains: Standard all-new 3.3-liter V-6 with a six-speed automatic transmission; optional 2.7-liter V-6 EcoBoost, 3.5-liter V-6 EcoBoost, 5.0-liter V-8 or turbo-diesel 3.0-liter V-6, all with a10-speed automatic; rear-wheel or four-wheel drive Hits dealers: Fall 2017 The 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit seems to be the place to see the latest updated versions of the country's best-selling vehicles this year, as Ford is taking the wraps off of its refreshed full-size half-ton pickup.
No matter what the sales climate, it's not easy keeping products at the top of their game year after year, let alone decade after decade, but that's exactly what two major players are celebrating this year.
With trends for 2017 sales predicted to be sluggish when compared to the 2016 sales record, we've noticed that the normally enthusiastic auto industry rumor mill is dragging as well.
In a recent announcement that included information about several upcoming autonomous, plug-in and hybrid vehicles coming to market, Ford once again announced that it will offer a hybrid half-ton pickup truck before the end of the decade.
While we've never been very good at predicting the future, we do know what we'd like to see happen in the pickup truck arena.
With a full redesign pushed back at least two model years for its half-ton pickup, Ram continues to search for new ways to capitalize on the popularity of the Ram 1500 Rebel's more aggressive look and attitude.
This could be a hint of what we might see at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, which runs Jan.
The roller-coaster ride that was 2016 is now history and we're likely to have one of the biggest-selling years on record, just nipping ahead of the previous record of 17.5 million total vehicles sold in 2015.
By Patrick Masterson Vehicles Affected: Approximately 9,200 model-year 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup trucks manufactured between April 1 and Aug.
By G.R. Whale The past year brought us some cool new pickup trucks and automotive technology. We saw Nissan and Cummins collaborate, Ford's F-150 Raptor, a production-ready variable-compression gasoline engine, fuel-cell family vehicles and truck sales that started the year strong and held on thanks to low fuel prices.
Each year, we collect the names of all-new or significantly revised pickup trucks and attempt to consider which of them have reset the bar in three distinct categories: power, capability and value.
May you have a safe and sane New Year's Eve, and a relaxing and rewarding New Year's Day. Here's to the New Year.
Vehicles Affected: Approximately 25 model-year 2017 Ram ProMaster City vans manufactured between Oct.