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Ford has called in the FBI to help investigate possible espionage after a longtime engineer was recently fired.
Sources tell us, Ford is planning on opening its order banks on the new 2015 F-150 in the coming weeks.
The people over at Devolro have a new Tundra toy they have named the Diablo. We can certainly see why it was given that name.
Written by: Aaron Turpen A complaint in a Tundra forum plus a quick look at a few other Tundra owner’s groups around the Web shows that strut failure is sometimes a problem.
A top Toyota executive has reconfirmed their plan to overhaul their engine lineup with new turbocharged and fuel saving options.
North Texas Toyota dealers have an interesting take on the corporate companies relocation to that area.
Recently at a Ford media event, I was able to talk with a representative who drove the new F-150 with the 2.7L EcoBoost.
The sales growth of Ram Trucks is a good/bad news scenario for Chrysler. Why? The convoluted system of EPA credits, CAFE fuel economy targets and Chrysler’s failure to sell small, fuel-efficient cars.
The numbers are out for truck sales in June, 2014. Leading the segment are Ram and the Nissan Frontier.
Last week, Ford and Chrysler invited Tim Esterdahl to check out their new products. During this time, he got the chance to talk and drive several of their latest truck offerings.
You might have been asleep last night when Toyota announced their new fuel cell powered vehicle (FCV) in Japan (I know I should have been).
Prior to the first aluminum F-150 hitting the dealer lots, Ford is planning on using the new metal alloy in the rest of the their truck lineup.
Ram’s solid sales growth seems to come at the price of quality, as we’re once again hearing about a major build issue with one of Ram’s products.
GM has unveiled a photos and specs on their new 2500 “all terrain” pickup. Don’t be confused though, this isn’t an off-road pickup. When GM says “all terrain,” they mean pedestrian cruising on the highways with occasional trips to the hardware store.
Toyota is expanding their recall of faulty airbag sensors to include 2003-04 trucks as well. This recall also states they will replace them instead of conducting an inspection on a case by case instance as they other recall dictated.
If you have been following the GM recall fiasco news, you know the Valukas report basically places the blame on one engineer.
A new split, swinging tailgate design could be coming from Ram in the next few years. This design is pretty radical.
The rising interest in diesel-fueled pickups is great for auto sales, yet what happens when more demand occurs?
A fun thing for some truck owners is to turn their pickup bed into a swimming pool. This is a bad idea, really bad unless you own a heavy duty truck.
“What if gas prices have peaked?” It’s a question I asked myself a few weeks ago, and it’s become a bit of an obsession for me since then.