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Is the New Ford F-150 King Ranch V8 Still The Most Western Themed Truck? (Review)

December 7, 2018


The Ford F-150 truck lineup is available with a wide variety of choices. There are seven unique levels of trim or models: the base XL; an XLT trim; the Lariat; the King Ranch version; a Platinum trim; and the off-road king, the Raptor. Three cab configurations are available: a Regular Cab; a SuperCab; and the SuperCrew. There are five engines from which to choose: a 3.3-liter Ti-VCT 290 horsepower V6 FFV; a 2.7-liter 325 horse EcoBoost; a 3.5-liter 375 horsepower gas V6; a 3.5-liter EcoBoost high output 450 horsepower V6; and a 5.0-liter TiVCT V8 FFV that makes 395 horsepower at 5,750 rpm and 400 pound feet of torque at 4,500 rpm.


Need more choices? There’s a six-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission with selectable drive modes (normal, tow/haul and sport (3.3-liter engine only) and a ten-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission with selectable drive modes (normal, tow/haul, snow/wet, eco-select and sport) and progressive range select (not available with the 3.3-liter V6). Three bed choices exist – a standard box – (5.5 ft.); a longbox-(6.5 ft.) and an 8.0 foot box. Would you like a Rear-Wheel Drive hauler or a 4×4 configuration? Standard fuel tank capacity is 26.0 gallons, with an optionally available 36.0 gallon tank.

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2018 Best Half-Ton Truck Challenge: How the Judges Scored

It's a long-held belief here at PickupTrucks.com that to find out which pickup truck is the best in a given class, you must combine empirical tests and expert judges' opinions.

For our recent 2018 Best Half-Ton Truck Challenge, we spent a week testing five competitors: the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 2018 Ford F-150, 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, 2019 Nissan Titan and 2019 Ram 1500 (Toyota declined our request to send a Tundra). We scored the trucks in 16 empirical tests and 10 subjective categories. Each competitor could earn a maximum 2,200 points, 1,600 of which came from objective tests such as acceleration, braking, dynameter and capacities. The remaining 600 points were awarded in the 10 subjective categories that targeted the trucks' comfort levels, handling, utility, visibility and value. Judges could award up to 10 points per category; their totals for each truck were multiplied by two. We double the judges' scores so that they account for 22 to 27 percent of total scoring.

Some readers let us know they'd like to see a deeper dive into how the judges scored, so that's what we're doing here. Our expert judges for this Challenge were PickupTrucks.com Editor Mark Williams, Cars.com Detroit Bureau Chief Aaron Bragman and automotive freelancer journalist/longtime pickup owner Andy Mikonis. You'll notice in the charts below that there was a good amount of disagreement among our judges, as well as agreement. While we're testing, we share our thoughts with one another but, like most pickup buyers, everyone has their own priorities and preferences.

Here's how the judges' scoring broke down by category, followed by the grand totals.

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Ford F-150 Limited Now Second-Fastest Truck Of All Time

Ford F-150 Limited Now Second-Fastest Truck Of All Time

At least, according to Car & Driver.

When you think of fast Ford F-150s, the Raptor (or the dearly departed Lightning, RIP) is probably the first truck that comes to mind. But in terms of outright speed, not even the Raptor – at least, not officially – is as quick off the line as the F-150 pictured here.

In a recent Car and Driver test, the 2019 F-150 Limited proved that it’s pretty much the fastest truck money can buy right now by setting a blistering 0-60 mile-per-hour (96 kilometer-per-hour) time. Just like the new Raptor, the Limited model gets the same twin-turbocharged V6 engine, producing 450 horsepower (335 kilowatts) and 510 pound-feet (691 Newton-meters) of torque, assuming you opt for the $3,425 all-wheel drive option.

At 5.1 seconds to 60 mph, the F-150 Limited is just the second quickest truck the publication has ever tested. Only the 500-hp (372-kW) Dodge Ram SRT-10 from 2004 is better. The full test reveals that the truck conquers the quarter mile in 13.7 seconds at 102 mph (164 kmh), and though its top speed is electronically limited – nowhere near the 153 mph (246 kmh) observed in the Ram – it takes just 10 seconds to reach it from 80 mph.

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Rivian's Third Vehicle Will Be An Electric Rally Car

Rivian’s next car will be an electric rally car, according to the company’s founder.

Last week, Rivian finally unveiled both their electric pickup and SUV. Powered by 4 electric motors with a combined 750 horsepower, both vehicles were also reported to have incredible off-road performance despite the size and weight of an electric powertrain.

Now we’re getting reports that the same technology that underpins Rivian’s R1S and R1T will be used to make a performance vehicle: a rally car.

“The third vehicle will have a smaller wheelbase [than the R1S SUV] and will be the Rivian interpretation of a rally car with a lot of ground clearance,” Rivian CEO and founder RJ Scaringe told Autocar at last week’s Los Angeles Auto Show.

That sounds like a pretty tempting choice. Every other electric carmaker has focused solely on on-road performance, and while we’ve got some pretty impressive electric supercars (Rimac’s C_Two comes to mind), no carmaker has dared take their big and heavy batteries off road.

With Rivian’s experience in making off-road vehicles, an off-road rally car makes a lot of sense.

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2019 North American Truck of the Year Nominees Announced

Finalists for the 2019 North American Truck of the Year award were announced at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, and they are as follows: the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (all-new frames, trim packages, interior and exterior design, powertrain lineup, and bed, safety and towing tech), 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 (all-new frames, cabins, interior and exterior design, powertrain lineup, and bed, safety and towing tech) and 2019 Ram 1500 (all-new frames, cabins, interior and exterior design, mild hybrid, and safety and towing tech).

Voters of the award consist of 54 U.S. and Canadian automotive writers who consider each all-new or significantly revised vehicles for the model year.

"Full-size trucks are the financial engines that power the auto industry, and this year, we're fortunate to have three great new ones to consider," said NACTOY Vice President Chris Paukert. "From the new mild-hybrid system [of the Ram 1500] to a carbon-fiber bed and a Swiss army knife-like tailgate [of the GMC Sierra 1500], this year's truck crop is packed with customer-friendly innovations."

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Why the Rebelle Rally is the Ultimate Off-Roading Challenge

Why the Rebelle Rally is the Ultimate Off-Roading Challenge

December 07, 2018 by Jaclyn Trop, @jaclyntrop

The afternoon begins as it always does: with us lost in the desert searching for a flag.

I’m in a candy-red 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon riding shotgun alongside Olympic skier Wendy Fisher. With a topographical map on my lap and my face squeezed between the earflaps of a helmet, I need to find checkpoint No. 5 somewhere between a canyon and a valley.

Even for former Olympians, this is a tough competition. And even though I drive cars for a living, I’m not much help. The Rebelle Rally is the first women’s off-road navigation rally raid in the U.S., a punishing course for four-wheelers through the wilds of Nevada and California.

This year, for the rally’s third iteration, 84 women surrender their cellphones in exchange for a set of maps and depart from Lake Tahoe for the 10-day, 1,600-mile course. Instead of GPS, we have compasses, plotters and lists of geographic coordinates that correspond to locations in the wilderness. Green and blue flags mark beginner and intermediate checkpoints. Black checkpoints don’t even have flags.

Put away your cellphones. For this adventure, the tools of choice are compasses, calculators and topographical maps.

Got nerves of steel?

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November Car Sales Were Surprisingly Good

The U.S. auto industry has been pretty gloomy lately, but November turned out to be quite the nice surprise. While car sales last month certainly weren’t strong, they were better than analysts had predicted.

As automakers and dealerships provided year-end sales incentives, people scooped up trucks and compact crossovers for good deals. Price discounts and other savings on new vehicles could lead to a fairly good December and overall a stronger 2018.

The biggest winner of the month out of major automakers was Fiat Chrysler, which posted a 17 percent increase. The American-Italian automaker made a bet on trucks and SUVs, which is now paying off in a big way.

GM posted a 1 percent increase in sales, according to a report, instead of a negative 2 percent that was anticipated. Ford saw a 7 percent fall, but it projects a sales excess of about $300,000 by year-end than originally predicted. Those two companies have been under fire lately, so this kind of news is a real shot in the arm.

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Ranking The 10 Best Pickup Trucks Of 2018 (And The 10 Worst)

Automotive trends may come and go, but pickup trucks will always be there no matter what. If you are a true car enthusiast, you know that trucks stand out from the rest for very good reasons.

For starters, a truck almost always has good off-road capability. That means it can readily rough it as much as it can cruise around the city. At the same time, pickup trucks are always designed with a hefty engine, something that is capable of churning out pretty impressive horsepower and torque. Because of this, you can certainly expect a truck to be capable of towing a lot. In fact, in some cases, it can effortlessly pull a boat or an entire trailer. Meanwhile, all that space in the cargo bed means you can fit just about anything. And if you want, you can even throw your own tailgate party in the back.

Aside from these, trucks also carry a certain appeal. It doesn’t matter how old you are or what your profession is. Having a truck tells the world that you mean business. Driving a truck tells everyone it’s best not to mess with you.

For all these reasons and more, trucks are certainly here to stay in the market. Not only that, the demand for truck continues to grow. In fact, a recent report from Seeking Alpha revealed that the truck market in the U.S. grew by as much as four percent during the first nine months of 2018. Meanwhile, the market for midsize trucks grew by an impressive 18 percent.

Convinced you need to own a pickup truck yourself? Well, we’ve listed down 10 models you should consider along with another 10 that you should avoid in 2018.

20 Best: Toyota Tacoma

The Toyota Tacoma is recognized as one of the most reliable trucks around today. This is probably why it became Toyota’s best-selling truck for 2017, according to a report from the website Carmax.

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2020 Jeep Gladiator Is Ready for Adventure: Video

Returning to the pickup truck side of the automotive universe, Jeep has finally bought back an option for buyers looking for a serious off-road vehicle with the functional benefits of a cargo bed. The 2020 Jeep Gladiator made quite a splash at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show as the newest mainstream mid-size pickup player.

What do we think? We'll go ahead and say it: This is not necessarily the perfect small truck Jeep and pickup enthusiasts have been waiting for. We're guessing that Jeep will discover that many of the Gladiator buyers will come from its Wrangler SUV customer base. The truth is, once you remove the Toyota Tacoma (and even the Chevrolet Colorado) from the mid-size pickup class, there are not many sales to be had, especially with the aggressive pricing and incentive spending going on in the much bigger, more capable and more powerful half-ton pickup class. Pricing for the new Jeep pickup has not been announced, but the cost of a fully loaded Gladiator could set a record for mid-size trucks.

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December’s Best Full-Size Truck Lease and Financing Deals

December’s Best Full-Size Truck Lease and Financing Deals

December 06, 2018 by Eileen Falkenberg-Hull, @writeEILEEN

Three new full-size truck models have made it to dealer lots in time for the year-end sales push. The 2019 Nissan Titan and 2019 Toyota Tundra are for sale alongside leftover 2018 models, letting buyers cross-shop to get the best deal on a truck.

Trucks.com compiled a list of deals that represent the best value for consumers. Incentives vary by region, so always check with a local dealership. And don’t be afraid to negotiate.

All the deals in this article are valid through at least Jan. 2, although some may be extended.

2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Limited 4WD SLE

Lease deal: $379 per month for 36 months with $3,999 due at signing

The fully redesigned 2019 GMC Sierra pairs brutish looks with industry firsts like an available carbon fiber bed and the MultiPro tailgate. The model included with this offer is the 2019 Sierra 1500 Limited 4WD with a double cab, standard box and 4.3-liter V6 engine. The offer is only for the SLE grade, which features a chrome grille, bumpers and window surround as well as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, keyless entry, rear bumper steps, cargo tie-downs, automatic rear locking differential, rearview camera, trailering equipment and hill-start assist.

This ultralow-mileage lease is for current General Motors vehicle lessees only. It comes with a 30,000-mile limit and expires on Jan. 2.

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