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NHTSA Investigates Ford F-150 Brake Problem
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NHTSA Investigates Ford F-150 Brake Problem

250,000 pickups with EcoBoost engines may be affected. More

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Reader Comments: March 1-12 2015

Here’s what you had to say about aluminum trucks, pencils, and the right way to coil electrical cords. More

Will Repairing the Aluminum Body of the New F-150 Break the Bank?
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Will Repairing the Aluminum Body of the New F-150 Break the Bank?

Edmunds hammers home the cost of repairs by taking an 8-pound sledge to a 2015... More

The New F-150 Is Now In Production
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The New F-150 Is Now In Production

This redesigned aluminum body Ford pickup should be showing up at dealerships next... More

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Ford Has Built 33M F-Series Pickups Since 1948

Wanna see the very first model? You know you do. More

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Ford Has Built 33M F-Series Pickups Since 1948 - do not use

Wanna’ see the very first model? You know you do. More

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Truckin' Around: GM Rolls Out New Heavy-Duty Silverado and Sierra Pickups

Turnabout is fair play in the automotive business, so after Ford and then Dodge gave their heavy-duty pickup lines a top-to-tailgate remodel, truck buyers could guess that it wouldn't be long before General Motors' fleet of HD work vehicles would get an overhaul as well. More

Truckin' Around: Three Pickups Make Top 2009 Sales List
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Truckin' Around: Three Pickups Make Top 2009 Sales List

Last year might have been one of the worst in automotive history, but that didn't... More

2010 Editor's Choice Awards
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2010 Editor's Choice Awards

This year's search for outstanding new tools, equipment, and innovative features... More

Truckin' Around
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Truckin' Around

New Heavy-Duty Dodge Rams / What's That Beater Worth? More

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