A British Take on How Pickup Drivers Ruin Their Trucks
With prices for trucks as high as they are these days, who wants their pickup to look or sound like a clone?
Here in the U.S., we believe that with the lightest of sprinklings of snow or rain, we need all-wheel drive. Then there’s the AMAZON.
It can be the start of a bad time. You’re driving down the road and suddenly you’re losing power. You’ve done all of your maintenance but it looks like you forgot one: the fuel filter.
Newsflash: Pickups are huge in Texas. That’s why Ford chose D-Town and its 2015 state fair as the stage on which to showcase its all-new 2017 line of Super Duty trucks.
Cummins and Nissan were kind enough to answer my questions about the 2016 Nissan Titan XD’s 5.0-liter Cummins turbo diesel V8 when I was in Columbus, Indiana a couple of weeks ago. There was one question I didn’t ask them, though. I knew only you Ford lovers could provide the proper response to it.