Will New Fuel Economy Regulations Kill the Regular Cab?

New fuel economy regulations set for 2017 are based on a vehicle’s footprint, calculated as the square footage between the four wheels. Thus, according to Pickuptrucks.com, “a Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab with a footprint of 46.4 square feet must achieve 32.8 mpg in 2017, and 45.4 mpg by 2025. A Tacoma Double Cab with a […] More »

  Comments | By - May 7, 2013

The Genesis of the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

Autoweek met with Ford global performance vehicle chief engineer Jamal Hameedi and senior exterior designer Bruce Williams to talk about the genesis of the F-150 Raptor. The whole project seemed somewhat crazy in 2008!

  Comments | By - May 6, 2013

Factory Clean F-150 iPad Install

How is this for slick? Almost looks OEM. The question is: would you prefer this over Ford Sync? The software that Ford has been pushing out across their new trucks and cars has received mixed reviews. Mostly people find it confusing and difficult to use. Generally speaking, people tend to find the iPad as neither one of […] More »

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Ford Adding More Than 2,000 Jobs at Kansas City Plant to Support F-150 Demand

The Ford F-Series is selling like hot cakes! Sales were up 24 percent in April and 19 percent year to date. And so Ford needs to up production. “The housing market is strengthening, we are seeing growth in the U.S. economy, and the truck segment is growing three times faster than the overall industry,” said […] More »

  Comments | By - May 3, 2013

Hold My Beer Fridays: Just Crashing the Camper, Hun

It’s certainly true that the definition of entertainment varies from one person to the next, we have to admit that this week’s video reminds that to some, taking a Ford F-150, towing a camper, and crashing through two vertically standing Oldsmobiles is business as usual for some individuals. We dig the well timed explosion for dramatic effect […] More »

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