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Recent Blog Posts

Ford-VW Partnership: Here’s What to Expect

Ford to use VW platform for new EV

Ford and Volkswagen announced an extensive partnership earlier this year to co-develop products and boost economic efficiencies, without equity exchange or cross-ownership between the companies. Today, the automakers released more details of the collaboration, including work on electric and autonomous vehicles. Keep reading to learn what we can expect from the Ford-VW partnership.

Electric vehicles

Volkswagen ID Crozz Concept

In 2023, Ford will introduce a new electric vehicle based on Volkswagen's MEB platform. This will make Ford the first outside automaker to borrow VW's dedicated EV architecture, which is destined for VW ID vehicles. The new Ford EV will be available in high volumes in Europe, and there's a possibility the American automaker will roll out a second MEB-based vehicle later. Ford's goal is to deliver more than 600,000 MEB-based vehicles in Europe over the course of six years.

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Report: Ford Is Building A Bronco Pickup To Directly Fight The Gladiator

It may be here by 2024

July 15, 2019
  • According to an Automobile report, Ford is working on a Ford Bronco pickup.
  • A pickup variant of the Bronco SUV would compete directly against the Jeep Gladiator
  • Sources estimate a Bronco Pickup could arrive by 2024.

A Bronco pickup may arrive by 2024.

Automobile reports a Ford Bronco pickup is, in fact, heading to production. The company plans to launch a pickup based on the 2021 Ford Bronco SUV to take on the brand new Jeep Gladiator. According to AutoForecast Solutions, the Bronco Pickup may be here by July 2024, or five years from now. The firm indicates Ford began development no more than a few months before the Jeep Gladiator launched.

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Ask TFL: Off-Road Truck Choice Dilemma – Pros and Cons of Each

July 15, 2019

Another day, another truck buying dilemma, and we are to help!

This week’s question demonstrates a helpful way to approach car buying: making a list of pros and cons. Reader Alec sent us his truck buying dilemma along with a long list of pros and cons that he has assembled for each pickup he’s looking at.

Every individual’s list would be different of course, but we happen to think that Alec’s list is fairly accurate and would be applicable for many truck buyers. So let’s take a look at Alec’s truck choices and then we’ll analyze the list:

I was hoping you could help shed some insight on an issue I’m facing: I’m currently in the market for a new truck (it’s paid for by my company so anything around 50k-55k will be fine). Even a little bit of room above if I’m completely set on something.

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The rack tilts downward for easier access to the bikes.

July 15, 2019

Carlex Design is best known for crafting ultra-luxurious, custom interiors for a variety of vehicles, but the firm now offers a bike rack for the Mercedes-Benz X-Class with a very cool design. The layout mounts the bicycles above the bed at the same level as the cab's roof, and this leaves the cargo area open for any additional gear. When the time comes to unload, the bikes can tilt downward for slightly easier access to them.

Carlex uses powder-coated carbon steel for the rack's structure with aluminum trim pieces on the exterior. The tilting mechanism is electrically controlled via a remote. Pricing for the piece starts at €4,995 ($5,626 at current exchange rights). The standard version can carry two bikes, but a third mount is an option for an additional €178.35 ($201). Each of the mounts can hold 44 pounds (20 kilograms), which is plenty for hauling the weight by the standards of most bicycles.

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2019 Ram 1500 Rebel 4x4: Why I’d Buy It

2019 Ram 1500 Rebel 4x4: Why I’d Buy It - Angus MacKenzie

An eight-cylinder Rebel would be my choice.

"What truck should I buy?" It's a question consumers ask themselves every day, but what would international bureau chief Angus MacKenzie drive? Keep reading for the answer, and see other editors' picks here.

I'm a tradesman, but I don't need to haul around anything bigger than a laptop. My 1967 Alfa Romeo will be a driver, not a trailer queen, when its restoration is finished. But I'd still like a pickup truck. A pickup truck is your best friend on four wheels, a tough, useful, versatile tool that can be configured a zillion different ways, an automotive Leatherman.

It's hard to look past our 2019 Truck of the Year, the Ram 1500, easily the most rounded of the current generation of light-duty trucks, and my pick of the 1500 lineup is the Rebel 4x4, because I want a truck with all-road, all-weather capability that's capable of taking me anywhere in the country, any time of year. Besides, those 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires not only look cool, but also deliver a great ride.

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2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD First Drive

Capable, but can you get over the looks?

July 12, 2019 by  Tim Esterdahl

Do you purchase a heavy-duty truck for looks or capability? This is the key question for the new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD trucks and it dominated our minds during our drive across the high desert plains east of Oregon’s Pacific Coast. Words such as “ugly,” “polarizing,” and “beefy” were regularly heard throughout our day with the big bow-tie-badged pickup truck.

Whatever you think of it, the Silverado HD certainly doesn’t look like a carbon copy of the smaller Silverado 1500. And that’s just the point, according to Chevy designers who told us the truck’s bold-looking front end – rather worryingly, inspired by responses from focus groups – aims to reinforce the truck’s heavy-duty capabilities. It doesn’t just look massive, either. The Silverado HD is massive. Compared to its predecessor, the latest HD is up to 1.6 inches taller, 1.4 inches wider, and 10.4 inches longer.

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2019 Ram 3500 Tradesman: Why I’d Buy It

2019 Ram 3500 Tradesman: Why I’d Buy It - Alex Leanse

Not the truck I want, but the truck I need

"What truck should I buy?" It's a question consumers ask themselves every day, but what would associate online editor Alex Leanse drive? Keep reading for the answer, and see other editors' picks here.

Whether for desire of looks, speed, or technology, there are numerous cars I'd buy based on my wants. But when it comes to trucks, I could only justify a purchase based on need. Why else would I drive something so cumbersome and inefficient unless I did some serious carrying or hauling? With that in mind, if I were buying a truck, it'd be the Ram 3500 Tradesman.

Starting at $34,845, I'd spec mine as basic as it gets. Tradesman is the work-focused Ram 3500 variant, with vinyl seats, halogen headlights, 18-inch steel wheels, and a 5.0-inch display on the dashboard (non-Tradesman Ram 3500s are shown below). Optional niceties are dismally few, with not much more than some chrome exterior trim or keyless entry—pass. Offered, however, are 29, yes, 29 exterior paint colors. Those include pastel Robin Egg Blue and hi-viz National Safety Yellow, but I'd have mine in dark Timberline Green Pearl.

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2020 Nissan Titan Prototype Shows Off the new Headlight LED Signature (Spied in the Wild)

A Nissan Titan update is badly needed!

July 11, 2019

Here is a close look at a 2020 Nissan Titan camouflaged prototype truck that gives us a better idea of what the updated headlights will look like.

Nissan introduced the latest generation of Nissan Titan XD in 2016 and the new half-ton Titan 1500 in 2017. The sales of the new Titan trucks continue to decline, so a refresh is needed. The latest information we have suggests that the Titan will indeed get a update soon for the 2020 model year.

2020 Nissan Titan

All of the Titan prototype images we have so far suggest that the front will have updated styling. The tail lights should also get a freshening. Will the 2020 truck look more like the Titan Warrior concept? We hope so!

Nissan Titan Warrior (photo: Nissan)

The prototype truck’s LED lights do NOT look like the ones on the concept truck. The prototype also appears to have standard width. It is NOT a wide-body off-road truck.

Some other spy shots show an updated interior and infotainment system inside the Titan prototype trucks. A larger center screen and an update dash layout will be most welcome.

The rumors suggest the 2020 Titan truck will get a gasoline V6 engine in addition to the 5.6-liter V8 in the Titan 1500.

Nissan has not announced any official specs or details for the 2020 Titan truck lineup. We will need to wait a bit to learn more.

Here is a new Nissan Titan 1500 crew cab PRO-4X road trip review, towing a nearly 6,000 lbs ski boat about 800 miles.

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If You’re A Fan Of The Jeep Gladiator, Prepare To Have Your Heart Broken

Some Chevy Silverados, GMC Sierras and Jeep Wranglers were on board, as well

  • A train derailed Wednesday outside Caliente, Nevada — about 30 miles away from the Utah-Nevada border.
  • At least a dozen vehicles were on board, including some new examples of the Jeep Gladiator, Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra.
  • No one was injured, according to early reports.

It looks like a bit of a disaster scene, doesn’t it?

A train carrying several new cars and trucks derailed outside Caliente, Nevada Wednesday, creating some remarkable carnage in the process. Fortunately, it doesn’t appear there were any injuries, according to Jalopnik‘s report. However, the wreck did take out some shiny new examples of the Jeep Gladiator.

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Will Ford Make an F-150 Tremor Off-Road Truck to Fight Against the Ram Rebel and Chevy Trail Boss? (Report)

This Raptor-looking prototype truck could actually be an F-150 Tremor tester.

July 10, 2019

Ford F-150 Tremor prototype?

Will Ford add a new F-150 Tremor off-road package to the lineup to compete more directly against the Ram Rebel and Chevy Trail Boss trucks? A recent report from FordAuthority suggests that such a truck is under development. The two-door prototype truck you see here is reportedly an early F-150 Tremor test vehicle.

Ford F-150 Tremor?

The F-150 has been available with the FX4 off-road package for many years. The FX4 package provides:

  • off-road tuned shocks
  • electronically locking rear differential
  • skid plates
  • several options of all-terrain tires
  • hill descent control
  • tray-style floor mats
  • FX4 badging/decals
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