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2022 Ford F-Series Super Duty First Look: Working Smarter
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This applies to the 2022 Ford F-Series Super Duty, a solid hauler that has absolutely nothing in need of fixing. Since the Super Duty, winner of Truck Trend’s 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year award, received most of its major upgrades for the 2020 model year, the truck
Monica GondermanMar 9, 2021

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Best Diesel Injection Articles on TruckTrend.com
With no spark involved in a diesel engine’s combustion, air and fuel are the lone ingredients that make the process happen, and copious amounts of each are very essential if you want to have any chance of increasing an oil burner’s performance. For most diesel engines, increasing intake-air pressure and volume is best achieved by
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The Lordstown Endurance EV Pickup Is Going Baja Racing
Update 3/5/21: Lordstown has confirmed on social media that it is partnering with Brenthel Industries for the San Felipe 250. Testing of the skateboard, including Lordstown’s drivetrain and hub motors, is underway. Update 3/4/21: We still do not have official word on who is behind the Lordstown EV build for April’s SCORE race. However, the
Monica GondermanMar 5, 2021
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The Happier Camper Traveler Is the Perfect Tool in Your Search for Happiness
The pandemic has left families cooped up at home with fewer routine activities on their plates and more time to dream about the happy life to be found in the great outdoors. Hence, travel is on the rise, and every season has become ripe for road trippin’. Coinciding with this fortunate time for travel trailer
Monica GondermanMar 4, 2021
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Best Diesel Deals on Craigslist: Honolulu
This “Best Diesel Deals on Craigslist” virtual road trip across the U.S. started in March 2020, with a report on one of former president Bill Clinton’s communications rigs—a diesel-powered, 1994 Ford E-350—being offered for sale near Denver, Colorado. The vehicle’s uniqueness and the fact that it was sold privately through Craigslist are the things that
K.J. JonesMar 3, 2021
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First Look: 2021 Apocalypse HellFire
There’s no arguing the fact that standard pickup trucks are the MotorTrend Truck Group’s bread and butter. While we regularly cover all varieties of two- and four-wheel-drive rigs, there are occasions when our coverage goes outside that proverbial box, with reports on trucks that aren’t quite as normal. Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Apocalypse Manufacturing is known
K.J. JonesMar 3, 2021
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Top 10 Sled Pull Articles on TruckTrend.com
 In the diesel hobby, three competitions are considered sacred and serve as the benchmarks for evaluating engines’ and/or vehicles’ performance. Starting from the back and working forward, the third most popular contest is held on the chassis dyno, where rear-wheel horsepower and highly revered torque are measured. Next is drag racing, typically on eighth-mile racetracks.
K.J. JonesMar 2, 2021
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Petersen Automotive Museum’s Extreme Conditions Exhibit: The Truck Show Podcast, Episode 163
On This Week’s Podcast: Ben Palmer from 406 Garage Petersen Automotive Museum’s new “Extreme Conditions” exhibit Homeowner problems Our old friend Ben Palmer joins the guys to talk about his company, 406 Garage, which specializes in the location and repair of vintage International iron. Holman takes you for a tour of the Petersen Automotive Museum’s
Monica GondermanMar 2, 2021
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Polaris Announces an All-New All-Electric Ranger UTV for 2022
As electrification of vehicles becomes more widespread, it’s not surprising to see vehicles other than trucks and SUVs benefiting from the technology. Polaris, a leader in the side-by-side utility vehicle market, has offered its midsize Ranger UTV with an electrified drivetrain for nearly a decade now. This current Ranger EV utilizes traditional lead-acid batteries and
Jason GondermanMar 1, 2021
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GM Will Phase Out Gas, Diesel Engines by 2035, Build All-Electric Fleet
It looks like General Motors is the latest automaker vowing to phase out combustion engines worldwide, replacing the fleet with electric-powered vehicles. In a late-January release, GM set a 2035 target to stop selling vehicles powered by a gasoline or diesel engine, with the goal of becoming carbon-neutral by 2040. That means cleaner new vehicles,
Alisa PriddleFeb 26, 2021
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Off Road Warehouse’s Greg Adler: The Truck Show Podcast, Episode 162
On This Week’s Podcast: Off Road Warehouse’s Greg Adler Holman Switches Tool Brands Lightning Reports the News Former Transamerican Auto Parts and 4 Wheel Parts owner, Greg Adler, talks about the rise and ultimate sale of his family’s booming business and why he chose to start all over and do it again, instead of becoming
Monica GondermanFeb 26, 2021
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They Did It! Firepunk Diesel Has a 3-Second Chevy S-10 Cummins Drag Truck
It’s a dang good day for the guys ‘n gals at Firepunk Diesel, whose Cummins-powered 2000 Chevrolet S-10 diesel drag truck clocked a 3.998-second 1/8-mile pass at 182.67 mph. This accomplishes the team’s personal goal of making a 3-second pass, and furthermore, makes the S-10 the (unofficial) quickest and fastest diesel in existence down the
Monica GondermanFeb 25, 2021
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Ford Now Offers 2021 Explorer in King Ranch Trim
Since its introduction in 2001 (on the then-new F-150 SuperCrew), Ford’s “King Ranch” trim package has been available exclusively on Blue Oval’s F-Series pickup trucks, and Expedition SUV. Twenty-years later, and, based on customer feedback and market insights, those ranks are increased by one with Wednesday’s announcement of Explorer now added to the King Ranch
K.J. JonesFeb 24, 2021
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Ford to Recall Some 2020-2021 F-Series Trucks
Windshield Not Secure A heads up for Ford truck owners: The company is preparing to issue two recalls for problems concerning 2020 and 2021 F-Series pickups. The first recall, #20C06, involves windshields that are not properly secured to the body. It affects 2021 Ford F-150s assembled in Dearborn, Michigan, between October 27, 2020, and February
K.J. JonesFeb 24, 2021
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Top 10 Nitrous Oxide Articles on TruckTrend.com
We close out our look at power adders with this breakdown of the top 10 nitrous oxide articles that have appeared on trucktrend.com. In high-performance applications, nitrous oxide, also known as “spray,” “juice,” “nitrous,” or the uber-generic “NOS (nawwws),” is pound for pound the most inexpensive upgrade for increasing engine performance. For those who are
K.J. JonesFeb 24, 2021
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The Future of Trucks with Magna International: The Truck Show Podcast, Episode 161
On This Week’s Podcast: Magna’s EVP of Research and Development, Sherif Marakby This forward-looking episode focuses on the future of trucks with Magna’s Executive Vice President of Corporate R&D, Sherif Marakby. Hear about the challenges that face the truck market and the technologies that will be needed to overcome them to win over truck buyers.
Monica GondermanFeb 23, 2021
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2022 Infiniti QX55 Pricing Announced
Infiniti has announced pricing for its 2022 QX55 crossover, the new, soon-to-be-released small SUV that succeeds the company’s popular QX50 and is designed to compete with BMW and Mercedes-Benz SUVs in the segment. Per a recent press release, the 2022 Infiniti QX55 arrives in U.S. dealerships in April and will cost $46,500 (MSRP) for base
K.J. JonesFeb 19, 2021
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Top 10 Supercharger Articles on TruckTrend.com
Superchargers or turbochargers, which is better? It is an ages-old question in the world of high performance, and it typically garners passionate—not always accurate—opinions whenever it is posed to hard-core gearheads. And we’re not trying to settle that score right now. As a follow-up to our rundown of turbocharger stories, we now turn our attention
K.J. JonesFeb 19, 2021
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Texans Are Using Ford F-150 Hybrids to Power Their Frigid Homes During Winter Storm
Texas is in a Texas-sized pickle this week. You may have heard about its power and water infrastructure utterly collapsing during the coldest, iciest, snowiest week there in decades. Millions of Texans are without electricity, and many are without consistent water thanks to burst pipes and water lines. Staying warm is suddenly a top priority
Alexander StoklosaFeb 19, 2021
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Top 10 Turbo Articles on TruckTrend.com
There are many different segments in the truck hobby. However, two of the most popular areas—especially when it comes to modifying—are “show,” which emphasizes parts and procedures that change (hopefully improve) a rig’s interior and/or exterior appearance, and “go,” which essentially deals with drivetrain treatments that help improve a truck’s performance. Looking directly at engine
K.J. JonesFeb 18, 2021
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