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  1. 2017 Ford Super Duty Pickups to be Unveiled in September

    Ford Brand News - Global
    2017 Ford Super Duty pickups to be unveiled in September. World Car Fans August 20, 2015 By: Michael Gauthier Ford has creatively confirmed the 2017 Super Duty pickups will be unveiled in September. While most automakers would simply put out a press release, Ford went a step further and...
  2. Some Ford F-150 Pickups Getting Discounted by $10K

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    For the rest of this story, Some Ford F-150 Pickups Getting Discounted by $10K please visit AutoGuide.com.
  3. Tricked-out all-new f-150 pickups seek 'hottest truck' award at sema show

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    TRICKED-OUT ALL-NEW F-150 PICKUPS SEEK 'HOTTEST TRUCK' AWARD AT SEMA SHOW Ford F-Series trucks – specifically, the all-new 2015 F-150 – will vie for a fifth consecutive “Hottest Truck” award this November at the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show Ford collaborated with SEMA builders...
  4. Lightweight Steel Still Has Future in Pickups: Supplier

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    For more information on this story, Lightweight Steel Still Has Future in Pickups: Supplier please visit AutoGuide.com.
  5. Oklahoma, Dallas Order 300-Plus CNG-Capable Ford F-150 Pickups

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    Oklahoma, Dallas Order 300-Plus CNG-Capable Ford F-150 Pickups As Demand Grows for Alternative Fuel Option Ford DEARBORN, Mich. - The state of Oklahoma, its agencies and the city of Dallas have ordered a total of 321 Ford F-150 pickups that can run on compressed natural gas. Since 2010, Ford...
  6. GM readying aluminum-body fullsize pickups

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    GM readying aluminum-body fullsize pickups Ford's extensive use of aluminum in its 2015 F-150 is a big deal. A really big deal. Big enough, in fact, that General Motors is reportedly changing its fullsize pickup strategy. According to The Wall Street Journal, The General has locked in...
  7. 2014 news GM pickups selling at slow pace

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    Looks like the new Silverado and Sierra pickups sales are not good at the first moments. The "new" ( really these trucks are new???) pickups are selling worst than the previous models. here the link...
  8. Ford to build current and new F-150 pickups at same time

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    By Deepa Seetharaman Yahoo Finance DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co will produce both its current F-150 pickup and a new model for about six months to avoid disrupting sales of the top-selling U.S. vehicle and safeguard against potential kinks tied to the truck's extensive overhaul, people...
  9. GM says fuel economy of new big pickups will top Ford F-150's

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    GM says fuel economy of new big pickups will top Ford F-150's Automotive News April 1, 2013 by Nick Bunkley General Motors today said its upcoming redesigned full-sized pickups will have the most fuel-efficient V-8 engines in the segment, even promising better highway fuel economy than the...
  10. Where Did The Compact Pickups Go?

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    Where Did The Compact Pickups Go? www.autoguide.com Bigger isn’t always better, although domestic automakers are pretending not to hear you when it comes to compact pickups. Why? On December 2011, Ford produced its last Ranger for the US, a truck that had a 28 year heritage as being an...
  11. Ford recalls F-Series pickups that could shift out of 'park'

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    Ford recalls F-Series pickups that could shift out of 'park' USA Today Ford is recalling certain 2011 F-150 pickups and 2012 F-250, F-350, F-450 an d F-550 heavy-duty trucks for transmissions that can be shifted out of "park" without pressing the brake pedal, the National Highway Traffic Safety...
  12. Ford Offers Free 400HP ECU Upgrade on all 2011 F-Series Super Duty Pickups with V8 Di

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    Don't you just hate it when you buy a product and then a month later the company decides to release an upgraded version? Take owners who purchased a 2011 F-Series Super Duty diesel earlier this year, for example.When the pickup was first launched onto the market, its 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8...
  13. More picking Ford pickups

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    Ford has gained 5.2 percentage points of market share in the highly profitable full-size truck segment this year, while Chrysler lost 4.2 points and GM pickups lost 1.7 points, according to Autodata. More...
  14. Ford recalling select 2010 Ranger pickups over rollaway risk

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    Filed under: Truck, Recalls, Safety, Ford 2010 Ford Ranger - Click above for high-res image gallery The last major Ford Ranger redesign ocurred in 1993. Bill Clinton was president, the Internet was almost completely unknown and many Autoblog readers were in utero or non-existant. In the 17...
  15. Ford recalling select 2010 Ranger pickups over rollaway risk

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    Filed under: Truck, Recalls, Safety, Ford 2010 Ford Ranger - Click above for high-res image gallery The last major Ford Ranger redesign ocurred in 1993. Bill Clinton was president, the Internet was almost completely unknown and many Autoblog readers were in utero or non-existant. In the 17...
  16. Small displacement diesel pickups in 2009?

    Letters To Ford
    Well Ford (and the NewDet2), you have had your chances for a number of years now ... It seems that one of those "foreign" badges is going to have a 2.2 liter clean common rail diesel in the US BEFORE ... 2010 ! The "mid-size trucks and SUVs will offer a blend of ruggedness, performance and...
  17. Ford working on two small pick-ups, including Ranger replacement

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    Ford working on two small pick-ups, including Ranger Replacement The long-in-the-tooth Ford Ranger, which is unchanged since 1998 save for detail facelifts, is due to get a replacement. The other truck, as per earlier reports, is likely to be named the F-100 and be based on a shorter version of...
  18. AutoNews: GM To Purge Glut Of Pick-Ups

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    GM must purge pickup glut Production cuts ahead; incentives likely to increase Jamie LaReau Automotive News | December 24, 2007 - 12:01 am EST DETROIT — General Motors plans to chop pickup production in January, but it may be too late to avoid a fire sale. As of Dec. 1, inventories of...
  19. Autoblog:Consumer Reports rates half-ton pickups, raises eyebrows

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    Consumer Reports rates half-ton pickups, raises eyebrows While we do respect the folks over at Consumer Reports, we do not envy them. Whether the subject is vacuums, lawnmowers or half-ton pickups, nearly every test they perform is scrutinized down to the tiniest of details. We suppose it...
  20. New GM pickups selling at good margin...

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    GM pickups fetch good prices, seek market share Jamie LaReau | Automotive News | 1:00 am, March 5, 2007 DETROIT -- The new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra are commanding strong prices at dealerships, but it's too soon to tell whether they'll gain market share. In January, the...
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