How stupid does a company have to be to mix up trim levels?
“Mid sized” is stupid because there isn’t any trucks for sale under them for them to be a middle anything. Third ton isn’t accurate but none of the “ton” designations are literal any longer and better describe the ratios between the truck classes. Most mid size trucks have about 2/3 the payload of a full size truck,…
These are EPA figures, but I would never have guessed the numbers to be almost exactly the same.
Orange crush SS. Not completely hideous in person but it looks like a 2018 Camaro with a questionable body kit. The bright colors help make it more cohesive of a design, mild colors kinda clash with the aggressive design.
Would someone trade in their M2 for a Ford...
Yeah, it’s clickbait but I can’t even think of 20 trucks
Had this been the 6th generation Camaro (essentially the Chevy 2-series) instead of the pillbox that we did get, would it have sold better? It certainly would have been easier to see out of.
I'll take a SmarV and a Smelorean
Hyundai or BMW?
I have a friend who is looking to sell his 95 white Bronco. It’s about 250k miles and needs a new transmission (it’s an Auto). I don’t know enough to give him a good selling price or the best way to sell it. I’m thinking $2-3k but I’m not sure how heavy the Bronco market is
I think I’ve seen more McLarens than modern regular cab short bed pickups. You can't even configure the big engine in these anymore. A real shame. There's just something about a muscle truck.
EDIT: KingTChalla did this article first and better lol
I always felt like this is the Bruce Wayne special.
Not sold on the Ranchero name (should be Mustang based IMO to use that name) but a Focus based truck would be a nice return of the small pickup.
Seeing the Nissan Titan article made me realize that Nissan is in almost every segment but besides the Leaf, they don’t really get a lot of attention by auto journalists and enthusiasts.