The 2017 Ford F150 Raptor is marketed as the ultimate off-road production truck and with Ken Block arguably being the ultimate off-road driver, it only makes sense that the Motor Company would tap their famed rally racer to make a video showing off the capabilities of the new Raptor – and the first video of that action is here.
Ford Motor Company has issued a recall for roughly 8,000 examples of the new 2017 F250 and F350 Super Duty pickups over a concern that a problem with the gas tank straps could allow the tank to fall and contact the ground – increasing the likelihood of a fire, although there have been no reports incidents by private owners.
The NHTSA has opened a new investigation to see if the rotary shift mechanisms in the newer Ram 1500 and Dodge Durango are faulty – or if the people having issues with those vehicles just aren’t bright enough to understand how their vehicle functions.
In a post called "Tis the season," the owner of a 2014 GMC Sierra warns others about recent thefts happening in Houston. It is also a real eye-opener for everyone about how much these wheel thefts cost!
A report by Reuters confirmed that 2017 Ford F150 pickups are piling up at storage facilities between production and dealerships as the automaker works to complete testing of the new 10-speed automatic transmission – and today we look at why this testing process is preventing the company from shipping these new trucks.
A new 2017 Ford F150 Raptor that is mechanically identical to the trucks reaching dealerships around the country recently participated in the grueling Baja 1000 off-road race, finishing 3rd in the Stock Full class and then driving the team home – in a race where 128 vehicles didn’t make it to the finish line.
In its first year of production, the reinvented 2017 Honda Ridgeline Pickup earns Consumer Guide’s "Automotive Best Buy Award" in the compact pickup truck segment. Heck, I thought Ridgeline was midsize!
A new reported states that the future Ford Bronco will be engineered in Australia even though it will be built in Detroit – all but ensuring that the new Bronco will be a smaller, body-on-frame vehicle and not a larger, F150-based machine.
According to a new report focusing on a labor deal between Ford Motor Company and the Canadian Auto Workers Union, the Ford F150 is slated to receive a new 4.8L V8 which will be built in Canada starting sometime around 2020 or 2021.
Almost a month ago, Mercedes-Benz revealed the X-Class concepts. These would be a preview for a new pickup that would be launching next year in certain markets. However, the U.S. will not be one of them.
The big news from Chevrolet at the ongoing LA Auto Show is the debut of the new Colorado ZR2 – a midsized pickup designed to conquer the nastiest off-road situations featuring the first application of a high performance suspension setup previously reserved for supercars and race cars.
When Toyota broke ground on their truck plant outside of San Antonio Texas, critics insisted that it would be impossible for the company to make this location work – but Toyota has proven those folks wrong in a big way, building almost every truck sold in America in the Texas plant.