This year Ford is launching the first major revamp of its Super Duty pickup line since 1999. The company is very proud of the trucks’ massive cargo capacity, and an objectively cool new cupholder design it’s patenting. It’s a shame Ford will never share data that’s more relevant to customers, like fuel economy…
The 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks, which includes F-250, F-350, and the pickup truck version of the F-450, have been fully redesigned for the first time since pogs were currency and your dad had a pager. And the new capability claims, well, they’re big.
Highway 490 around Rochester, New York was absolutely inundated with snow this week with everything from buses to big rigs getting stuck and stopping plows. As we always love to see; some good samaritans went above and beyond their truck’s tow rating to get people going again.
The last time a new Ford Super Duty design was released, engineers were freaking out about losing their work to Y2K so we’re pretty excited that the trucks are (almost) all new for 2017. So far we know a little about materials, tech features, and of course– the look.
Here’s one way to get your keys out of your Ford F-250. It might not be the best way, but it’s one way.
Ford is going to be pushing a lot of camera-based safety tech in their vehicles over the next couple years. Explorer and Edge will get 180º forward visibility with cameras mounted to both sides of the bow, while the 2017 Super Duty pickups will have seven cameras so might have a chance of parking it without clearing…
This lifted 1972 Ford pickup called ‘Sloppy’ is more like a speedboat than anything else. You pretty much have to steer it with the gas in the desert and it will jump around more than House of Pain. It’s pure gold.
Here it is in all its naked glory: the next Ford Super Duty pickup truck. This is what the 2017 Ford F-250, F-350, and F-450 will look like. What do you think?
Helsinki is Europe's northernmost capital, so being welcomed here with bit of a snowstorm on the first day of February didn't come as a surprise. As you can see, the locals also choose their vehicles wisely.
This is the 1994 Ford Power Stroke Concept. It looks like the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile wearing a raccoon mask. Back then Ford pitched this drivable showpiece as "a suggestion of what tomorrow could bring." How close do you think it came to panning out?
The Ford Raptor and 2012 F-250 are very different trucks, but they share the same 6.2 V8. The Fast Lane Truck got a chance to pit them both against each other with a challenge that should make 'em both work for it: pulling big trailers over big hills.
This beautiful brown beast is the 2013 Ford F-250 Super Duty Platinum. It's gigantic. It's loaded down with luxury features like heated and cooled leather seats. Its turbodiesel V8 has more torque than God would have if God were a pickup truck. It costs $63,000. Everyone I met down in Texas was in love with it –…
Whenever I go back to Texas I feel the need to get a car that seems impressively Texan. Last time it was a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 which, with its mix of German and American might, found a place deep in this Texas heart.
A Ford F-250 carrying 23 people veered off the road and crashed into two huge trees Sunday evening, killing 11 passengers and injuring 12. The crash, which involved both adults and children, occurred about 100 miles southeast of San Antonio, Texas.
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.
The family of the 23-year-old woman crushed and killed by a drunk driver in a monster truck outside of a Dallas strip club last month is suing the cage fight-managing truck's owner, the driver, the strip club's managers, and the strip club itself over the death.
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.
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.
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.