New Ford F150 Raptor vs FX4 Overview, Comparison, Review
Wondering what the sets the Ford Raptor apart from the FX4 and if it is
really worth the extra money? This video shows all of the different specs
and options that differ between the two trucks. The Raptor is kind of
limited when it comes to engine choice, towing, and packages, while the FX4
has plenty of different choices there. If you are looking for a
full-fledged off-road machine, the Raptor is probably for you. If you are
looking for the perfect blend of off-road and on-road, the FX4 may be a
viable option. Both trucks are very capable, which one is for you?
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Silverado vs. Tundra Stability Control
Pictures (in this case a movie) are worth a million words. Both trucks
have their stability control systems activated, but the results are far
different. Which would you rather be in????
Big Trucks Duke it Out: Full Size Pickup Comparison
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We see it every Friday during our evening commute. A stream of vehicles
choking the freeway, headed out to the Mojave Desert or the Colorado River
for some well-earned weekend stress relief.
The fun varies, from camping to dirt-bike riding to water-skiing. But the
vehicle that invariably gets tasked with hauling the corresponding
equipment is a full-size pickup truck. You know, like the 2009 Chevrolet
Silverado 1500, 2009 Dodge Ram 1500, 2009 Ford F-150 or 2009 Toyota Tundra.
Sure, we talk about the virtues of the minivan as a family hauler, and
there are many. But the minivan stands no chance against a looming 25-foot
camping trailer. And SUVs are easily flummoxed by motocross bikes and the
need to carry their smelly gas cans (or anything that's remotely dirty,
actually) in the vehicle's cargo area.
There's nothing like a pickup, with its big bin in back that doesn't care
what you toss into it. And the truck is sure to be around long after the
full-frame SUV falls completely out of favor and descends into the
three-row car-based sensibility that is the crossover.
2013 Ford F-150 EcoBoost Limited Off-Road Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLtruck.com ) The 2013 Ford F-150 EcoBoost Limited is not exactly set-up to be the
most off-road worthy truck that Ford builds. In fact with 22 inch wheels
the Limited Model is perhaps one of the less off-road worthy light duty
trucks on the market. But never-the-less we wanted to see how well this
truck would deal with the Colorado Rocky Mountains. In another accurate,
fun and informative review, Nathan and Roman put the 2013 Ford F-150 EcoBoost Limited to the TFLtruck test by
taking it into Colorado mountains to see how well this truck drives when
the going gets tough.
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