Are Aluminum Vehicles Really More Expensive to Repair?

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Are Aluminum Vehicles Really More Expensive to Repair?
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The word on the street is that aluminum is difficult to work with, but you can’t believe every rumor you hear. Continue Reading...

‘Top Gear’ Hennessey VelociRaptor F-150 up For Sale

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‘Top Gear’ Hennessey VelociRaptor F-150 up For Sale
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Top Gear is a cultural phenomenon as much as it is a television show. Accordingly, vehicles and other props associated with this hugely popular program can command BIG bucks, like the Ford Raptor Jeremy Clarkson drove in season 22. Continue Reading...

2015 Ford F-150 Earns ‘Truck of Texas’ Award

2015 Ford F-150 Earns ‘Truck of Texas’ Award
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The 2015 Ford F-150 is a big deal. This totally redesigned truck sports a lineup of powerful yet efficient engines, class-leading technologies and an aluminum body that cuts a massive amount of weight. Underscoring its importance this pickup was just named the “Truck of Texas.” Continue Reading...

2016 Nissan Titan to Bow in Detroit Next Year

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2016 Nissan Titan to Bow in Detroit Next Year
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The full-size pickup segment has never been so competitive. A brand-new Chevy Silverado, a heavily revised Ram and a refreshed Toyota Tundra are tantalizing options, and then there’s an aluminum-body F-150 waiting in the wings. But fixin’ for a fight, Nissan is throwing its 10-gallon hat into the rodeo ring with a brand-new Titan. Continue Reading...

Honda Ridgeline Will Remain In Production

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Honda Ridgeline Will Remain In Production
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The Ridgeline is a slow seller, but Honda isn’t ready to give up their only truck bed-bearing model just yet. The 2012 model will be getting a slight facelift along with a lower-cost sport (pictured above) model. The four-door pickup hasn’t managed to take hold since 2006 when it was first released. Those slow sales… Continue Reading...

Ford F-150 V6 To Sell 100,000 Units In 2011

Ford F-150 V6 To Sell 100,000 Units In 2011
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Ford is revising their forecast for F-150 Ecoboost sales, estimating that the turbocharged 6-cylinder pickup will comprise 45 percent of F-150 sales, versus original estimates of 40 percent. Ford now estimates that the Ecoboost will sell 100,000 units this year. The F-150 remains the best selling vehicle in the United States, and Ford was caught… Continue Reading...

General Motors Scaling Back Full-Size Truck Production

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General Motors Scaling Back Full-Size Truck Production
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General Motors will idle its Fort Wayne, Indiana plant for one week in November to help bring pickup truck production in line with slowing demand. The plant will be idled for the week of November 7th, and no Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra pickups will be produced at that time. GM has reported a 108… Continue Reading...

BMW 3 Series Pickup Truck is Both Retro and Terrible, Priced to Sell at $1,900

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BMW 3 Series Pickup Truck is Both Retro and Terrible, Priced to Sell at $1,900
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We all had a good laugh at BMW‘s M3 Pickup Truck but it looks like someone out there actually thought it was a good idea. Found on Craigslist this custom BMW E30 that has received quite the makeover, transforming the classic BMW to a functional pickup and painted in a gaudy yellow with an equally… Continue Reading...

Babysitter Caught Driving With Infant In Truck Bed [Video]

Babysitter Caught Driving With Infant In Truck Bed [Video]
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For parents, babysitter nightmares don’t come any worse than this: a 23-year old woman was arrested after leaving an 8-month old baby in the back of a Dodge Ram and driving around in the back. Keyona Davis, from—where else?—Florida, was stopped by police after witnesses spotted her sitting in the back of the truck, with… Continue Reading...

Ford F-Series, Toyota Camry Lead In Vehicle Sales In First Half Of 2011

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Ford F-Series, Toyota Camry Lead In Vehicle Sales In First Half Of 2011
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  The first half of 2011 is officially over, and the Ford F-Series and Toyota Camry are still the top selling truck and car in America. While the F-Series has traditionally been the best selling vehicle in America since time immemorial, the Camry has often traded places with the Ford Taurus and Honda Accord, and… Continue Reading...

Ford F-150 V6 Outsells V8 For The First Time, Vacation At Plant Cut To Boost Production

Ford F-150 V6 Outsells V8 For The First Time, Vacation At Plant Cut To Boost Production
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The V6 powered version of the Ford F-150 outsold the V8 variant for the first time in the vehicle’s history, signalling a dramatic shift in consumer tastes that has left Ford rushing to meet demand for the new V6 engines. Ford’s gamble with offering two V6s – a 3.7L version, and a 3.5L Ecoboost positioned… Continue Reading...

Mazda’s BT-50 Freestyle Revealed, Still No Confirmation for America

Mazda’s BT-50 Freestyle Revealed, Still No Confirmation for America
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Mazda is very excited to show off its Freestyle Cab version of its BT-50 pickup at the upcoming Australian International Motor Show that will be held in Melbourne on July 1st-10th. The BT-50 receives Mazda’s now infamous Freestyle door configuration that was first revealed on the RX-8. By utilizing the unique door configuration, the BT-50… Continue Reading...

Holden Commodore Ute May Come To America Due To Changing Tastes

Holden Commodore Ute May Come To America Due To Changing Tastes
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The Holden Commodore Ute has had more false starts in the United States than Elizabeth Taylor has had marriages, but rising gas prices might give General Motors an impetus to import the Ute as a pickup alternative at a time when high gas prices are making large trucks economically unfeasible. Mark Reuss, GM’s head of… Continue Reading...

Ford F-150 V6 Now Makes Up 35% Of Sales

Ford F-150 V6 Now Makes Up 35% Of Sales
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The last V6-powered Ford F-150 was sold to the public in 2008, and only 11% of sales were made up of the smaller-engined trucks. Three years later, and Ford’s gamble to offer not one but two V6s in America’s best-selling vehicle seems to be paying dividends, with 35% of F-150’s sold coming with either the… Continue Reading...
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