Next week, on March 9th, Ford will unveil the 2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup. And here it is, a week early, teasing us dressed as an evil ghost. Oh, it's not a ghost? Well, in that case... Lord Vader, your foreman's new truck is ready.
During a recent stop in Times Square, L.L. Bean let us drive its new promotional vehicle — the Ford truck-powered Bootmobile. What better to strap into on a windy, January afternoon in midtown Manhattan than footwear the size of a UPS truck, right?
Home Owners Associations (NAMBLA) are tyrannical little organizations exerting pointless rules on home owners. One man fought his HOA over one such rule — to park his pickup in his own driveway. He won. It only cost him $187,000.
A bear cub in Anchorage, Alaska managed to get trapped in a salmon net and couldn't get out. Seeing the trouble a local hopped into his Ford Super Duty to help the distraught momma bear get him free.
The 2011 Ford Super Duty's a gamble. Ford's newest heavy hauler abandons the well-known Navistar-supplied Powerstroke diesel for a brand new all-Ford designed powerplant supposedly delivering monstrous power, squeaky-clean emissions, better fuel economy and the same price. Seems suspiciously impressive.
We just got back from beating the snot out of Ford's new 2011 Super Duty. While we can't talk about the 735 lb-ft Powerstroke diesel's performance, we can tell you about this monster, the second not-for-sale "Hoss" Super Duty.
Despite showing us the 2011 F-Series Super Duty five months ago, there's been not a word on power. Finally, here's the scoop: Powerstroke, 390HP and 735ft-lb of torque. 6.2-liter gas engine, 385HP and 405 ft-lb of torque. Your move GM.
With the unveil of the 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty at the Texas State Fair, we were buried under a deluge of details. We've had time to review the engineering in the new trucks and have a comprehensive breakdown on all you need to know.
Want a whole shed-load of pictures detailing the new 2011 Ford Super Duty trucks? By golly you sure are in luck.
While not totally complete yet, this early release of the spec should satisfy anyone looking to know the nitty gritty about the 2011 Super Duty trucks.
We're not talking about flip-down DVDs and Bluetooth here. The new 2011 Ford Super Duty's have some very serious trucktastic gadgets to set them apart from the crowd. The one that'll get long-haul guys feeling frisky is the new 4.2 inch gauge-mounted "Productivity Screen." It's used in the truck as something of a…
Good news, if you're terrified of change: One of the few things on the 2011 Ford Super Duty that hasn't significantly changed is the chassis. The frame, suspension, brakes, and most of the steering components are largely carried over. That's not to say they haven't been tweaked to make them better than the last…
Ford designed their all-new 6R140 TorqShift Six-Speed Transmission to meet the power from both the 6.7 liter Power Stroke and the 6.2 liter gasoline V8, a unique proposition considering diesels provide their power at low speeds and gasoline motors have much higher red lines than diesels. The new six-speed does this by…
The 6.2-liter gasoline V8 might not be the headline-grabbing beast the Power Stroke is, at least not in the Super Duty, but when it makes its way into the F150 Raptor people will most certainly be defecating bricks. The second all-new engine debuting with the Super Duty platform, the 6.2 liter V8 will reportedly…
The most talked-about development on the new F-series Super Duty is the high-grunt 6.7 liter Power Stroke V8. Affectionately known by its development name of "Scorpion," the new Power Stroke is an innovative all-new design drawn up in-house at Ford. The most noteworthy characteristic of the new engine is also the most…
The 2011 Ford Super Duty is on the way and testers are out in force in Detroit. Reader Adrian spotted this one with light camouflage making the rounds. So that badge looks to be what, a foot across?
With metallic body accents, leather-trimmed seats and Paldeo wood applique, you could call the 2009 Ford Super Duty Cabela's Edition a fashionable truck — but since it comes with two built-in gun lockers, we won't.
You've seen us cover the propane-powered Roush F-150 in all of its tire-shredding glory. Now, they've upped the ante with a medium duty F-250 running on the same BBQ fuel.
Ford made the good ol' 240 and 300 inline sixes starting in 1964, and they had the torque and longevity to be great truck engines. By 1983, however, pushrod sixes were going the way of the vinyl LP- quick, get a metric designation on that thing, so buyers will think it's one of those newfangled V6s! We're a little…