The big hubbub on the 2015 Ford F-150 is the lighter weight driving fuel savings. To Ford’s credit, the new truck does indeed get better fuel economy than the older one, but how does this fuel economy compare to the 2015 Toyota Tundra over the course of a year? Sure the F-150 is rated to get better mileage on the EPA test cycle, but what does that really mean? Here is what you need to know.
For some Toyota Tundra owners, tonneau covers need to strike a balance between protecting cargo from would-be thieves and the elements while still being easy to remove when it comes time to haul oversized items. We tested out the Extang Solid Fold tonneau cover on our project Tundra and were very pleased by just how well this particular product covers all of the above-listed bases.
Last week, Tundraheadquarters.com editor Tim Esterdahl was in LA for the 2014 auto show. While this show is not normally known as a “truck show,” the unveiling of the Chevy Colorado ZR2 concept garnered quite a bit of buzz. Here is his recap from the truck.
In my opinion, anyone towing a trailer of any kind (from a nifty little U-Haul hauler to a couple jet skis to a 38′ RV) ought to attend some training classes. That way, we wouldn’t have to see stupid stuff like this:
That’s right. A Crown Vic pulling a sail boat. I took this picture myself, but it’s not the first time I’ve seen some obviously stupid towing decision making.
It’s time for a new contest! Once again, we have enlisted our Devil Horn making friends over at DiazFabrication.com. This time we are giving away a new “Model T” emblem!
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Good luck to everyone!