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Car and Driver Tests New 2017 F-250 Super Duty

Are you looking for a powerful new work truck to round out your fleet? Or maybe you're deciding whether the F-150 or Super Duty is right for your work-and-family pickup? Check out what Car and Driver has to say about the F-250 Super Duty, one of our most capable trucks.

What you'll love about it:

  • Incredibly powerful engine options, including 925-pound-feet-torque Turbo Diesel
  • Even the less-impressive gasoline...
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2018 Ford F-150: Improved Engines Bring Better MPGs

A lot of truck fans are excited about the 2018 Ford F-150, and it's not hard to see why. The new truck will add a ton of improvements, building on the already winning package of the 2017 F-150. One of its biggest improvements will be to its engine selection. While many of its improved engines will focus on delivering peak power, several will also offer better gas mileage.

The new 3.3-liter V6 (the replacement for the 2017's 3.5-liter engine) has been rated for 19/22/25 MPG. The F-150 will also have an option for a…

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Don’t Be Left High and Dry

When dealing with an emergency, many times you are unprepared when it comes to items that you need. Think about when you’re driving on the interstate or around the city and you see someone on the side of the road waiting for help because they don’t have the necessary equipment to handle their situation. If you plan ahead and prepare your roadside emergency kit you won’t be like the people that you see on the side of the road waiting hours for help. You’ll be able to take care of business and be on your way…
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Keep Your Gas Waste to a Minimum

You can stretch your gas dollar in many ways. You can get better fuel economy by keeping up on your vehicle maintenance. Make sure that you get your oil changed and keep your tires properly inflated. Also be sure to avoid letting your vehicle idle for long periods of time--by idling for just one hour, you vehicle can burn through up to half a gallon of gas. You want to always use your cruise control on the highway, as long as the road conditions are safe. Don't ever speed either--not just because it is against the law, but because…
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Ford Bronco Set to Return to Dealerships in 2020

When you hear the name Ford Bronco, it’s hard not to think of the 1995 O.J. Simpson trial.

Now the car is getting a second lease on life, returning to dealerships in 2020, and its determined to make a name for itself.

The Bronco first drove onto the blacktop in 1966, and stopped being produced three decades after a white version of the SUV was...

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The Ford Ranger is Returning in Full Capacity

The rumors have been circulating for years, but now it’s official.

Ford announced recently that it’s bringing back the Ranger midsize pickup truck in 2019.

“We’ve heard our customers loud and clear. They want a new generation of vehicles that are incredibly capable yet fun to drive,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s president of The Americas. “The Ranger is for truck buyers who want...
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Categories: , Reviews 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty Truck

Ford's F-250 Super Duty truck is all-new for 2017, and delivers immense capability, along with a lot of new technology that makes owning and driving these big rigs easier than ever, according to a new review from This is a big truck that can handle big jobs. At the same time, it has a well-designed cabin that makes working hard as comfortable as possible.

As points out, heavy duty pickups succeed for two reasons: the power of their engine and drivetrain and the strength of their build. The F-250 Super Duty has power and then…

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Gear Patrol on the New 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: Eat Your Dessert First

The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is to the regular Ford F-150 as dessert is to the main course, and like any kid would, you should eat your dessert first. You won't want the rest of your dinner. At least that's the weird analogy Gear Patrol uses in its review of the new Raptor. In any case, once you take the Raptor out for a wild ride through the desert or up a mountainside, there's no going back to a traditional truck.

The new Raptor is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that cranks out 450 horsepower…

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