Pickup

2015 Ford F150

Ford F150 V6 Engines Continue to Dominate the Truck Market

Ford Motor Company issued a brief press release today pertaining to the base V6 and premium EcoBoost V6 from the Ford F150 – reminding us once again that the EcoBoost critics were very, very wrong as this diverse pair of V6 engines account for more than half of the new F150s sold through the first two months of 2014.
Oakley Ford Raptor Truck

Pro PGA Golfer Shows off His Oakley Sponsored Bulletproof Ford Raptor

Many people think golfers are a pompous bunch. These people likely imagine that golfers drive expensive luxury cars, as the game of golf is often associated with privilege and class. While this sort of assumption is almost always incorrect, a new generation of golfers is proving that golfers don't always arrive in a Rolls-Royce. A recent example? Pro golfer Bubba Watson’s customized Ford SVT Raptor complete with black digital camo print wrap and a bulletproof exterior.
2015 Ford F150 LED Headlights

2015 Ford F150 Will Introduce LED Headlights to the Half Ton Truck Segment

When the 2015 Ford F150 hits the street later this year, it will be the first half ton truck sold in America to feature high tech LED headlights – bringing a sharp look, better lighting while driving and better durability than the traditional filament-based headlight bulbs to the bestselling vehicle in America.
The 2015 Ford F150 in Silver

A Look at the Engine Lineup for the 2015 Ford F150 with Possible Power Numbers

Since the 2015 Ford F150 was introduced at the 2014 North American International Auto Show, Ford Motor Company has been a little tight lipped on the details of the engine lineup for the next generation of America’s bestselling vehicle so we thought that today would be a good day to put together what we know for sure to help clear up any current confusions.
Chevy Montana

Sources Say Chevy Will Bring Small Compact Pickup to the US - the LUV returns?

There has been talk for years about bringing back a "true" compact truck, ala the 1970s-80s size, back to the U.S. market. For many truck buyers, the new pickups have grown too large and too powerful for their needs. Many think a Chevy LUV type vehicle may do very well. Apparently, GM does too and may be seriously considering bringing one to the market.
2015 Ford Super Duty

The 2015 Ford F Series Super Duty Becomes the Most Powerful Truck in the Class

The latest shot heard round the auto industry came today as Ford Motor Company announced that the 2015 F Series Super Duty lineup will feature a revised 6.7L PowerStroke diesel that will have more horsepower, more torque and the highest towing capacity in the class – although there is a catch of sorts.

Cutting 700 Pounds from the 2015 Ford F150 Won't Reduce Capabilities

Since the 2015 Ford F150 was introduced at the 2014 North American Auto Show in Detroit, the news that the next generation half ton Ford pickup would weigh 700 pounds less has some F Series fans concerned that the upcoming trucks won’t be able to work as hard as the current models – but I am here to assure you that there will not be any reduction in capabilities due to weight reduction.
The 2015 Ford F150 in graphite

The 2015 Ford F150 Should Yield Ford's First Half Ton Diesel Pickup

Ford truck fans have long been hoping for a diesel powered version of the top selling F150 pickup and with the popularity of the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel and the plans by both Nissan and Toyota to introduce a diesel – the newest F150 could finally bring a small, powerful and efficient diesel engine to Ford’s half ton truck lineup.
2015 Ford F150

The 2015 Ford F150 Could Weigh Under 4,000lbs

Since Ford Motor Company introduced the redesigned 2015 Ford F150 at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show with a heavy dose of aluminum body panels, the automaker has been stating that the next generation half ton pickup will be around 700 pounds lighter and depending on which models are 700lbs lighter we could see a 2015 F150 that weighs under 4,000 pounds – which would be an incredible milestone for the full size truck segment.
The 2015 Ford F150 with a snow plow

2015 Ford F150 First Half Ton Lineup with Factory Snow Plow Prep

Ford Motor Company has announced that when the 2015 Ford F150 hits dealerships, buyers will be able to order a factory snow plow prep package in regular cab, SuperCab and SuperCrew configurations – making the next generation F150 the only half ton truck sold in America with a snow plow option across its entire lineup.
2014 Ford F Series Super Duty

Ford to Build 55,000 more F Series Super Duty Pickups in Kentucky Annually

The Ford F Series is Ford Motor Company’s bestselling vehicle while also being the bestselling vehicle in the US auto industry for more than thirty years running and FoMoCo expects that the F Series will continue to grow. Thus, the massive American automaker has announced plans to increase production capacities for the Super Duty pickups by 15% - meaning that the company can build up to 55,000 more pickups each year.
2015 Ford F150

Lightweight Body of 2015 Ford F150 Could Lead to Higher Costs

The recently introduced 2015 Ford F150 uses copious amounts of aluminum in the body panels to allow the next generation F150 to be a whopping 700 pounds lighter but the downside of this lightweight body is likely to be higher insurance costs stemming from higher repair costs when those aluminum panels are damaged.
2015 Ford F150 Pickup Truck

New 2.7L EcoBoost V6 Will Make 2015 Ford F150 the Most Efficient Truck in USA

While Ford Motor Company hasn’t divulged many details on the new 2.7L EcoBoost V6 that will power the 2015 Ford F150 but based on some of the minor details offered, we can make a few guesses as to what to expect – including the fact that the next generation F150 with the 2.7L EcoBoost will almost certainly be the most efficient half ton pickup sold in America.

The 2015 Ford F150 Debuts in Detroit as the Strongest and Most Durable Ever

There were a great many new product debuts that we expected to see at the 2014 North American International Auto Show but the 2015 Ford F150 was not one of them – with the new half ton truck being billed as “the strongest and most durable F150 ever” by the company while a bold new looks separates this new generation Ford truck from the previous years.

Pages