Remember a year ago when we investigated why the Taliban seem to be turning away from Toyota trucks? Newsweek's so one year ago. [Newsweek]
Toyota announced today they've sold two million Prius hybrids globally since 1997. Let's put that in perspective. Toyota's sold less Prii in 13 years than the number (three million) of pickup trucks sold in just 2008 in the U.S.
Back in the day, Oldsmobile was America's best selling car. More recently, Ford's full-sized pickup has held that top spot. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe F100 is a melange of those brands, but is its price America's best?
Next month, Mazda will infuse the all-new Ford Ranger-derived BT-50 with a dose of Zoom-Zoom in a full redesign of the compact pickup truck for "lifestyle" buyers. Here's a first look rendering ahead of the Australian International Motor Show. [Mazda]
Just in time for the Fourth of July, here’s our ultimate tip for a summer weekend, courtesy of ingenious Hungarians, and a bare-bones Home Depot shopping list.
So you've got some John Wayne-talkin' cowboy mocking the Crazy Old Coot, and then there's some sort of bet involving jumping the Ford pickup over a 6-foot chasm. Then there's this Japanese biker, see, only he talks like Geetz Romo.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Yet another of The General's old soldiers keeps working in Alameda.
The Virginia DMV recalled this now-infamous racist Ford F-150 license plate after negative buzz on the web pointed out the coded pro-Hitler message. Seriously, Virginia, you needed the Internet to realize this guy might be racist?
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, other people are bound and determined to make the world a worse place. This jerk's racist coded license plate makes this picture exceptionally depressing. [Reddit]
We have no idea why these guys decided to use a pickup truck instead of a chain saw to remove a palm tree, but this is definitely not regular tree removal etiquette.
One man recently decided to sell his Ford F-100. He wrote some words. Those words are alternately touching and hilarious. This isn't his truck, but no matter — this dude deserves a pretty picture. Craigslist: The modern man's Roman forum?