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In the past few weeks, two different news stories are shining a light on all the infotainment, navigation and Bluetooth technology features found in new trucks.
Developed in conjunction with Subaru, the Scion FR-S has done wonders in reinvigorating the brand. It is arguably the most attractive offering Toyota’s spin off company has in its lineup and people are buying them in droves.
One of the fun about this job is gaining experience. For example, when I drove the 2014 Lexus IS 350 F-Sport, I had a terrible time with the seats causing pain and didn’t really get to enjoy the car.
Looking for quick modifications idea for your Toyota Tundra. How about swapping in the really cool looking TRD PRO Grille?
Not sure how much interest there is on this site to learn more about the 2015 Chevy Colorado Trail Boss.
Throughout every automakers lineup there are the Halo cars and then there are the run-of-the-mill, high-volume sellers.
A 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel pulled into my driveway a few hours ago. It is a short loan, just 2 days, so send in your questions now and I’ll do my best to get to them.
Just a quick note, our 2016 Toyota Tacoma first drive is live over at Tacomahq.com. Check it out! Newsflash: the 2016 Toyota Tacoma is bad ass.
Yesterday, Lexus unveiled a refreshed 2016 Lexus LX 570. While it “sweeping” new design, 20-inch wheels and an available heads-up display, other items really stood out to us.
Last month, I was in Michigan and Ohio for a week visiting family and various aftermarket suppliers. During this time, I was fortunate to receive a 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid to check out and put hundreds of miles on driving all over both states.
In the wildness of this month with a truck showdown, visiting Seattle for the Tacoma reveal, Ford IIHS and Ram buyback stories, I forgot to publish the sales results from July, 2015.
An amazing luck of the draw happened a few weeks ago where I got the opportunity to drive a 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch, a 2015 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel Laramie Longhorn and my 2013 Toyota Tundra SR5.
In response to the slew of questions I received about the 2015 Ford F-150, I put together this video to try to address many of them.
After receiving a lengthy list of questions from our readers … well Randy … I decided it would be best to respond to all of them via a video.
With GM’s new Colorado and Canyon exceeding expectations, a new Tacoma right around the corner, and rumors of a new Frontier debuting in the next few months, it seems as if compact trucks are really surging in popularity.
We are off to the National Press event for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma. Got questions for Tim? Post them below!
While the news cycle is still working through the IIHS and 2015 Ford F-150 crash test story, we came up with 5 key questions.
The hubbub over an aluminum truck has exploded again and this time the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is drawing attention for highlighting key safety equipment differences between Ford truck cab configurations and repair costs.
Spray-in versus drop-in bedliners is an argument that has passionate supporters on either side. What almost every truck owner can agree on, however, is that over time any type of bedliner can start to look ragged and used-up – especially in hotter climates where it is exposed to constant UV light, or when a truck is used for heavy-duty hauling.
Last year when I got my hands on my first Toyota Highlander, I didn’t really know what to expect. I had seen it at various auto show events, but never taken the time to really check it out.