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What's in a $63,000 Ford F-150?

What's in a $63,000 Ford F-150?

The 2018 Ford F-150 has just the right balance of capability, comfort and convenience to make you feel that what you want is what you need. That is the success story of America’s best-selling vehicle for nearly four decades: to convince the market that want and need are the same.

I know I’m not alone in this not-need. “Daddy, I want a truck,” says my daughter, all the time. The guys in the neighborhood give trucks the thrice-over much more thoroughly than any luxury sports cars I’ve tested.

There are plenty of people who actually need a pickup for work, but Ford and other manufacturers know it’s the millions of undecideds who move the needle on these higher margin rigs. I’m a suburban-living office-commuting father with enough home projects and weekend warrior parenting duties to want the uncompromising capability of a pickup, even if it doesn’t fit in my garage. We fit five easily in the heated luxury of the Supercrew cab, and threw hockey bags and other gear in the 5.5-foot bed without the regard you’d have for other enclosed vehicles. If other rides feel like a Swiss army knife in their functionality, then the F-150 is the entire tool shed. And when the season’s worst snowstorm blanketed the area, this beast’s 4x4 capabilities came in handy.

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Ram recalls 200,000 trucks for slipping out of park

Ram recalls 200,000 trucks for slipping out of park

You're going to want to make real sure that you set that parking brake.

February 21, 2018

Fiat Chrysler has had some notable transmission-related recalls in the past, and it's about to kick off yet another.

Fiat Chrysler's Ram trucks division has issued a voluntary recall for approximately 180,795 pickup trucks in the US. The models below are all affected, but Ram noted that most of the recalled vehicles are heavy-duty variants and not the sole light-duty variant on the list:

  • 2017-2018 Ram 1500 pickups
  • 2017-2018 Ram 2500, 3500 pickups
  • 2017-2018 Ram 3500, 4500, 5500 chassis cabs
  • 2016-2017 Ram 3500 chassis cabs with a GVWR under 10,000 pounds

Don't forget about that parking brake. Seriously, don't.

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I Just Found My 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle's Original Dealership Window Sticker

I Just Found My 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle's Original Dealership Window Sticker

02-21-18 1:25pm

I knew my 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle was cool, but it took finding this original AMC window sticker for me to appreciate the extent of my latest project’s awesomeness. Just look at how this old Jeep was originally configured when it was sold in December of 1978.

While wrenching on my 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer this past weekend, I found myself in need of a repair manual. Luckily, my new 1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle came with one, so I just ran to my backyard, hopped into my two-door SJ, and grabbed the service guide. That’s when I found this folded-up piece of paper between the pages:

It’s the original window sticker from 1978! And after reading through the magnificent document (along with some sales literature from back then), I’ve learned that my Jeep—outfitted with a smorgasbord of optional equipment—was pretty hot stuff back in the late 1970s.

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Toyota recalls certain Tundra and Sequoia models over seat, software issues

Toyota recalls certain Tundra and Sequoia models over seat, software issues

Toyota issued two recalls today for nearly 9,000 2017 Tundras and about 65,000 2018 Tundras and Sequoias. 

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 12:59 PM

Toyota issued two recalls today for its 2017 Tundra pickup and 2018 Tundra and Sequoia SUV.

The first Tundra recall involves about 8,800 trucks with a potentially loose second-row seat. If this goes unresolved, the risk of injury during a crash is greater.

The nearly 9,000 affected models involve model year 2017 Tundra pickup trucks. So far, Toyota has made no comment on any injuries or accidents related to this issue.

To fix the problem, dealers will tighten the bolts that fasten the left rear seat to the floor at no cost to the customer.

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2019 Ram 1500 vs. Chevy Silverado 1500 vs. 2018 Ford F-150: How they compare

The 2018 Detroit Auto Show could almost be renamed the Detroit Truck Show for all the big reveals on the floor. All the 2019 Ram 1500 and the 2019 Chevy Silverado specifications have not yet been revealed, but we can compare their weight, engines, transmissions, and off-road versions to the current 2018 Ford F-150. Stay tuned for a more in-depth comparison of statistics as more information becomes available.

Weight savings

Both the 2019 Ram 1500 and 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 have gone on a diet for the new model year, similar to the one the F-150 went on in 2015. The Silverado is the weight-loss leader, having shed 450 pounds when comparing quad-cab V8 models. The Ram 1500 lost 225 pounds compared to the current truck. Both trucks achieve their weight loss in part due to the use of aluminum parts. On the Silverado, the hood, doors, and tailgate are aluminum, while on the Ram, just the hood and tailgate are aluminum on the body. Compare that to the F-150, which uses aluminum for all exterior body panels for a total weight loss of up to 732 pounds, which makes the aluminum-intensive F-150 the weight-loss leader.

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Marchionne collects $36 million stock award, $12 million in base pay, bonus

Marchionne collects $36 million stock award, $12 million in base pay, bonus

Executive now holds a combined $721 million in FCA, Ferrari and CNH shares at current market values

Sergio Marchionne, 65, plans to retire in the first half of next year.

MILAN -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne collected shares valued at about 29 million euros ($35.7 million) for the three-year period ended in 2016, according to the Italian-American automaker’s 2017 annual report filed Tuesday. He also earned 9.68 million euros ($12 million) in base compensation and bonus for 2017.

Fiat Chrysler awarded the shares as part of a performance-based pay program in which Marchionne achieved all profit and business plan targets and delivered a 280 percent total shareholder return during the three-year stretch. That was tops among the 10 auto manufacturers the company counts as its peers and trounced the 24 percent median return.

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Old pickup trucks are hot collectibles

Old pickup trucks are hot collectibles

Old pickup trucks aren't just old trucks anymore. They are, officially, collectible.

Classic pickups are becoming a favorite item at collector auctions. For example, auction prices for 1947 to '55 Chevrolet 3100 pickups have risen 33% in the last three years, according to the collector car market watchers at Hagerty Insurance. Prices for newer 1973 to '87 GMC trucks have risen 22%, and prices for big 1945 to 68 Dodge Power Wagons have gone up 34%.

At January's Arizona collector car auctions -- events that are held annually by several different auction companies -- the most expensive pickups sold were heavily modified and modernized. The most expensive one of all was a highly customized 1941 Dodge Power Wagon with raised suspension and a Brazilian hardwood bed. It was sold by Barrett-Jackson for $220,000. The most expensive restored, but not otherwise modified truck was a 1947 Power Wagon sold by the Russo and Steele auction house for $115,000.

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Custom Houston Astros Jeep will make Houston baseball fans drool

Custom Houston Astros Jeep will make Houston baseball fans drool

Updated 12:54 pm, Tuesday, February 20, 2018

It might look great towing that Astros boat that was all the rage at the Houston Boat Show in January.

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2018 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Review: It Begs To Play Dirty

2018 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Review: It Begs To Play Dirty

And you have no choice but to oblige.

There’s no point in denying the fact I wasn't much of an off-road enthusiast. Until now. I can thank the 2018 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 for introducing me to the endless pleasures of spewing mud and other assorted pieces of earth in multiple directions. Mud slides are incredible and so are all-terrain tires and skid plates. I totally get this whole off-road thing now. From the moment I was handed the keys to the Colorado ZR2, I wanted nothing more than to drive it to its off-road limits and get it dirty. I had an entire week to make this happen.

Problem was, I was in one of the flattest areas of the United States, second only to tornado prone Kansas. An alternative to canyons and rocky hillsides had to be found. Fortunately, there was multiple inches of snow on the ground and I found myself begging for more. I knew this rig could handle the harsh January winter with absolute ease. But no more snow fell. Instead, the exact opposite happened; it warmed up and everything turned to slush and mud. You know where this is going. Chevrolet launched its Colorado ZR2 only last year and already it's become a solid sales success, making up 10 percent of all 2017 Colorado sales.

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Looking for a new truck or SUV that will be cheap to own? According to KBB, these 9 models are best for 2018

Looking for a new truck or SUV that will be cheap to own? According to KBB, these 9 models are best for 2018

02-20-18

There are few certainties in life. Sure, there’s death and taxes – but then again, with the recent tax cut, maybe not so much. Traffic is pretty much a given, especially when you’re late for work.

When it comes to picking out the car you’ll use to get to work, however, there is one thing you can always count on: the ultimate cost of owning the vehicle will out-weigh the actual transaction price.

Cost to own versus purchase price

You know that $500 you negotiated off the sticker price for your last car? While quite impressive, it pales in comparison to what you’ll end up paying to own and drive the car. That’s not to say car shoppers should stop negotiating a fair price.

Au contrare! It all goes into the stew of what you spend. The thing to remember is that choosing a good car that reduces expense and holds value over the long haul is worth more than a deal.

Here’s an example: the base sticker price (including destination charge) of a Subaru Crosstrek is $23,710. The Crosstrek’s 5-Year Cost to Own is $34,724. According to the seventh annual Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own Awards,that’s the best, or lowest, cost to own in the compact SUV category.

And let’s say you’re in the world of trucks. You’ve decided that a new Ford F-150 is ideal, with a base sticker price of $29,005. It seems like the F-150 is a solid choice on all counts. And indeed, Kelley Blue Book researchers say that the Ford offers the lowest cost among pickups – yet it still adds up to $48,362.

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