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Wanted to update everyone that we are currently editing a video and writing a review on the 2015 Ram EcoDiesel we just had.
The Ram EcoDiesel just got dropped off and I took some quick photos with my phone. It is an Outdoorsman trim level and with a crew cab.
Toyota has announced it will expand its TRD brand to the Camry and possibly other models. This expansion is incredibly smart and gives Toyota a competitive marketing advantage.
Tomorrow, Tim will take delivery of a Ram EcoDiesel for a few days of testing. He is evaluating it for his other outlets, background automotive knowledge and he is a juror and voting member for the Rocky Mountain Truck of the Year.
In the next day or so, the first sales results of 2015 are due. While, we don’t expect many surprises, we do wonder how the year will play out.
Editor’s note: This post was inspired by a reader email that echoes a commonly held – yet completely uninformed – point of view.
One of the biggest questions surrounding the new 2015 F-150 is on repairability. Will the new F-150 cost a substantial amount more money to repair than steel?
The future of Toyota trucks in North America is at a pretty interesting crossroads right now and breaking ground at a new Texas headquarters with a TRD PRO shines a bit spotlight on it.
A note from the Editor: with the new Tacoma coming to market with an Atkinson cycle engine, we thought it made sense to republish this older post that explains how it works.
FYI – we published our recap of the new 2016 Toyota Tacoma over at Tacomahq.com. Check out why the new Tacoma will be offered in a new 6-speed manual and why it has keyless ignition.
During a few freezing (I mean FREEZING) days in Detroit at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, we listened, looked and asked questions.
For all of our readers and fans interested to see what the new little brother of the Tundra will look like come on over to Tacomahq.com.
The first full year of the 2014 Toyota Tundra redesign sales are in the books and they are mixed. While Toyota nearly hit their sales target, this target was really conservative to begin with.
Another Pickuptrucks.com half-ton challenge is in the books and, almost predictably, the Toyota Tundra finished dead last.
In a few weeks, the Detroit auto show kicks off a hectic spring with a new Nissan Titan, new Toyota Tacoma and possibly a new Ford Raptor being unveiled.
A recent report in AutoNews.com says Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles is looking to add turbocharging and direct injection to its Pentastar V6 engine.
Performing your own Tundra oil change can save you money. Here’s how you go about it. Before You Start Always consult your owner’s manual prior to any maintenance.
Hydrogen injection kits that claim to be able to improve your pickup’s fuel mileage just won’t seem to go away. Regardless of how implausible the advertisements for these products might be – after all, if it were really possible to boost fuel economy by 20 percent, wouldn’t hydrogen kits be standard equipment on all new cars?
The big hubbub on the 2015 Ford F-150 is the lighter weight driving fuel savings. To Ford’s credit, the new truck does indeed get better fuel economy than the older one, but how does this fuel economy compare to the 2015 Toyota Tundra over the course of a year?
It can be quite annoying when your horn stops working. Fortunately, it can be a simple fix. We’re going to run through the most common areas where it could have failed to give you the best chance to get it working again.