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2016 Ram 2500/3500: More capability

Current segment leaders in the Heavy Duty pickup category when it comes to torque, towing and payload, the Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty pickups are establishing new benchmarks for 2016 thanks to a recalibrated 6.7-liter Cummins turbodiesel which ups its class-best torque from 835 lb-ft to an unprecedented 900 lb-ft, the most ever in any mass-produced Read more...


2015 Ram 1500 Rebel, Laramie Limited priced

Ram Truck has announced base pricing for a pair of new pickup models aimed at two divergent buyer groups: the Ram 1500 Rebel and the Ram 1500 Laramie Limited. Shown earlier this year in Detroit, the action-oriented 2015 Ram Rebel melds a host of unique styling touches with an all-terrain chassis that features multi-mode air suspension, a raised ride height, Read more...


Fortunately, an especially nasty winter is over in New England. Now that the plows have been put back into storage until the snow returns, we thought it would be a good time to stop and show my newfound admiration of the plow guy. I have driven in snow and on ice, I have driven Ram Heavy Duty trucks many, many times, but for the first time this past winter, Read more...


Hoping to make life easier for 2016 F-150 owners who regularly use their vehicles to tow, Ford has unveiled its new Pro Trailer Backup Assist system. This segment-first technology uses the F-150's electric power steering and  advanced backup camera to effectively allow the user to "steer" the trailer by turning a dash-mounted Pro Trailer control knob Read more...


A just-released study by the American Automobile Association found that the annual cost to own and operate a vehicle in the U.S. will average $8,698 this year, a 2-percent drop from the 2014 average. To establish the figures contained in its 2015 Your Driving Costs study, AAA calculated the prices an average consumer would pay for fuel, maintenance, tires, Read more...


Ford announced that 2016 F-150 pickups fitted with a 5.0-liter V8 offered haulers available with a factory-installed gaseous-fuel option. The aluminum-intensive 2016 F-150 will join the existing F-Series Super Duty pickups as well as the Transit and Transit Connect vans/wagons in the automaker's portfolio of dual-fuel vehicles with engines able to burn Read more...