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2015 Chevrolet Silverado vs. 2015 Ford F-150: Which Should You Buy?

Chevy Silverado 1500 Full-size trucks are very popular vehicles among Americans. They can haul heavy payloads, tow large trailers and can be equipped with features ranging from crank windows to nearly all the features you'd find in a luxury vehicle. According to The Wall Street Journal, the two best-selling vehicles last month in the U.S. were trucks - the Ford F-Series and the Chevrolet Silverado. How do these two trucks stack up against each other?  [See Full-Size Truck Rankings] The F-150 and ... continue reading»

Tags: Ford F 150, Full Size Pickup Trucks, Chevrolet Silverado

Ford F-150 is Most American-Made Vehicle

Ford F-150 The Ford F-150 took the top spot away from the four-year champ, the Toyota Camry, on Cars.com’s 2013 American-Made Index. Cars.com ranks models by analyzing the percent of domestic parts used in the vehicle, where the final assembly of the vehicle takes place and the vehicle’s sales numbers. Patrick Olsen, editor-in-chief at Cars.com, says in a statement that this isn’t the first time the F-150 has topped the list, as it was first place ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Ford F 150, Toyota Camry, car shoppers

Honda Accord Tops List of Most Stolen Vehicles

Shutterstock The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its list of the most stolen vehicles in 2011 last week. The 1994 Honda Accord, 1998 Honda Civic and 2006 Ford F-Series pickup truck were stolen more often than any other vehicle on the road.  According to the report, older cars and trucks like these are stolen more often than newer vehicles. “Newer cars typically are harder to steal because of higher-tech anti-theft devices,” writes the Detroit Free Press. For instance, many newer car ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Safety, Dodge Caravan, Ford F 150, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Toyota Camry, Ford Super Duty, Vehicle Theft, National Insurance Crime Bureau

Ford Recalls F-150, Mustang, Windstar, Expedition and Lincoln Navigator

Ford has issued recalls on multiple vehicles to address potential safety concerns. The first recall involves about 10,500 vehicles, including certain 2011-2012 F-150 trucks, 2012-2013 Mustang cars and 2012 Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs for a faulty transmission range sensor that affects reverse gear. On the affected vehicles, a few things might happen. The transmission may not go into reverse when the shift lever is put in R, the R lamp on the dashboard may not light up or ... continue reading»

Tags: Ford Expedition, Ford F 150, Ford Mustang, Lincoln Navigator, Minivans, Model News, Ford recall

Will Your Car Get Stolen?

Nobody ever wants to walk outside and find that their vehicle is suddenly missing. Unfortunately, car theft is a daily occurrence, and in many cases, a thief needs very little time at all to commandeer your car. Like all goods, black market demand for certain vehicles is higher than others. Last summer, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) released a list of the 10 most stolen vehicles in 2010. While you might expect Ferraris and Lamborghinis to be the most ... continue reading»

Tags: Features, Ford F 150, Ford Mustang, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Vehicle Theft

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