The Sooner Ford Gets Up to Full Speed with 2015 F-150 Production, the Better
The Ford F-150 is so popular that the automaker has two factories – one in Dearborn and one in Kansas City – cranking it out. The problem is that neither one of them is up to full speed.
Nobody ever thinks that they’re going to be involved in a traffic accident. Yet, thousands of people every year in this country are. That’s why automakers like Ford take crash safety extremely seriously.
This video features a 1979 Ford truck that has been fitted with some monster mud tires and a suspension package that makes proper use of those big tires.
Now we have the answer to a big question about the aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150: How safe is it?
Debates still rage in our forums on whether or not aluminum is an acceptable material to use when constructing a pickup truck. Some of you liken the material to the same thing used in beer cans, and cite this post about how it even crushes like a beer can.