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Three-Row SUV Battle: Nissan Pathfinder vs Ford Explorer

Three-Row SUV Battle: Nissan Pathfinder vs Ford Explorer

The Explorer is down on displacement, but is lighter. How does it stack up against the new-gen Pathfinder? Read on to find out

Now the three-row SUV segment is an incredibly crowded place with some popular options like the Honda Pilot, the Toyota Highlander, the Hyundai Palliside, and the Kia Telluride. Believe it or not, buyers now have a choice of 30 different vehicles to choose from, depending on their budget and size requirements.

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This Is The Best Look Of The Ford Bronco Raptor To Date

This Is The Best Look Of The Ford Bronco Raptor To Date

The folks at ’The Bronco Nation’ got to see the Bronco Raptor in flesh after the 2021 SEMA Show

The Bronco Raptor has been in the news pretty much the day after the Bronco was unveiled. A lot of rumors and speculations were seen headlining the auto scene, but nothing was official for over a year. In September, however, Ford confirmed that the Bronco Raptor is coming in 2022. Post this announcement, one thing was sure – we would be hearing and seeing a lot more about it.

As it turns out, we have our first scoop already. A bunch of folks from ’The Bronco Nation’ were invited to see the Bronco Raptor in person and thanks to them, we have our best glimpse of the burly off-roader to date.

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The $200,000+ Bronco DR Is The Only Way You Can Get A V-8 Bronco From The Factory

The $200,000+ Bronco DR Is The Only Way You Can Get A V-8 Bronco From The Factory

Just to be clear, this Bronco is a desert runner and it isn’t road-legal

Ford was mighty active at the recently concluded SEMA Show. It introduced tens of concepts for its trucks and the Mustang range. The Bronco wasn’t left behind either. We would’ve liked it if the Bronco Raptor would have made its debut here, but instead, the company gave us the Bronco DR – a Desert Racer built to compete in the 2022 Baja 1000. Interestingly, the company will put it up for sale, but it isn’t street legal. Care you shell out over $200,000 for the beast?

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It's Official: The 2022 Ford Bronco Sasquatch Will Have a Manual Transmission

It’s Official: The 2022 Ford Bronco Sasquatch Will Have a Manual Transmission

This order guide confirms that the Sasquatch Package will be offered with a manual gearbox on the 2022 Bronco

When Ford revived the Bronco moniker from the ashes, it made sure to cover all bases possible. It missed out on a couple of them, like not offering a V-8 and not making a manual gearbox available with the Sasquatch Package. The latter was rectified soon, and now there’s an official confirmation stating the same.

A user on Bronco6g.com forum attached an order guide for the 2022 Bronco that shows that the beefy Sasquatch package is available with the manual gearbox. Not exactly a surprise, but it’s good to have an official confirmation.

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Pick Up Truck Drag Race: RAM 1500 TRX vs Ford ROUSH F-150

Pick Up Truck Drag Race: RAM 1500 TRX vs Ford ROUSH F-150

Two high-horsepower Pick-up Trucks go head to head. Can the lighter Ford F150 Roush match the RAM 1500 TRX’s savage Power?

What has the world come to? Just a decade ago, you wouldn’t think much of pick-up trucks in terms of straight-line acceleration. Sure, we’ve had things like the Ford Lightning or the GMC Syclone, but nowadays, you can buy a pick-up truck with well-over 600 and even 700 horsepower out the box. On today’s drag racing video from Sam CarLegion, we have a RAM 1500 TRX going up against a Ford F-150 Roush. The goal is simple – to find out who’s quicker at the quarter-mile.

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2021 Hennessey VelociRaptor 600

2021 Hennessey VelociRaptor 600

600 horsepower and a meaner look is exactly what the F-150 Raptor needed!

If the VelociRaptor 600 name sounds familiar to you is because the name has a history on the market. Hennessey actually just announced the third generation based on the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor.

The model will be limited to only 250 units and has a starting price of $85,950. However, with all the available packages and optional features, the price usually goes in the region of $110,000 - including the stock Ford F-150 Raptor.

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It's Official: The Ford Bronco Raptor Is Coming in 2022!

It’s Official: The Ford Bronco Raptor Is Coming in 2022!

Ford has confirmed that the Raptor version of the Bronco is in the works and it will arrive in 2022!

After a lot of speculations and rumors, including a Ford employee spilling the beans on LinkedIn, we finally have an official confirmation – the Ford Bronco Raptor is happening! Ford didn’t reveal anything about the tougher Bronco version, but released a teaser video with the caption “Ford Bronco Raptor Coming In 2022”. Well, that’s enough to get us all pumped up, isn’t it?

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A Modified Honda Grom Takes On An Old-school Tuned Ford Bronco

A Modified Honda Grom Takes On An Old-school Tuned Ford Bronco

This quirky Grom features an engine from a CBR300; can it take down the 80’s Bronco with the mighty 460 Block engine? Let’s find out

The guys at the Hoonigan YouTube Channel are known for pitting some truly ridiculous builds against each other, in their THIS vs THAT showdowns. It’s no different on this occasion either, with a modified 2015 Honda Grom taking on a tuned 1980 Ford Bronco.

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Leaked Data Confirms the Ford Bronco Raptor's Existence

Leaked Data Confirms the Ford Bronco Raptor’s Existence

Details about the 2022 Bronco Raptor have leaked via the Dealer Ordering System

Details about a new Ford Bronco Raptor have surfaced online. According to the Bronco6G forum, one of their members has submitted photographs of the Raptor’s page in Ford’s database: A new body code E5J was identified for the 2022 Bronco, which previously did not exist for the 2021 model. The page has since been taken down and is no longer live.

These details were most likely added by a Ford store employee. Importantly, there is a stated equipment bundle simply titled “Raptor.” As a result, this information appears to be evidence of this highly anticipated model’s existence and its impending arrival can now be seen on the automaker’s dealership network ordering software.

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Eruption Green Paint Fits The 2022 Ford Bronco Perfectly

Eruption Green Paint Fits The 2022 Ford Bronco Perfectly

The new paint was inspired by the classic "Mallard Green" of the 1970s
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2021 HWC Special Edition Ford Raptor Could Be Your Only Chance To Own A 2017 Raptor

2021 HWC Special Edition Ford Raptor Could Be Your Only Chance To Own A 2017 Raptor

You can own a 2017 Ford F150 Raptor for only $30, but there’s a catch

Hot Wheels has launched its own version of the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor, and while it does look pretty amazing, it won’t cost you the same $49,520 you would have had to pay when the original F-150 Raptor launched. This Hot Wheels goes by the name “2021 HWC Special Edition,” and it’s offered with a spectraflame light brown paint, that’s combined with camouflage patterns and intricately detailed graphics. The exterior is complete with Real Riders Baja Wheels, a matte black tailgate, a smoke-lined windshield, and a full-metal, black-painted chassis. On this specific model, the hood and tailgate even open, and on the inside, you’ll find a similar color theme.

In the end, the 2021 HWC Special Edition (F-150 Raptor Hot Wheels) will set you back just $30, which isn’t bad for a special edition Raptor. It is already on sale as of August 10, 2021, but its production is limited to don’t expect to find them on the shelves for very long.

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The Hennessey VelociRaptor 400 Badlands - The Original Velociraptors Little Brother

The Hennessey VelociRaptor 400 Badlands - The Original Velociraptors Little Brother

Hennessey has revealed a more affordable version of the Velociraptor, limited to just 250 units

Hennessey, the famous Texas tuner and producer of some absolutely insane automobiles, adds another special edition to its repertoire, this time based on the Ford Bronco. It’s not their first, as they debuted the full-fledged Ford Bronco VelociRaptor with a 750 horsepower V-8 engine last October. This is, however, that VelociRaptor’s little brother.

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Hoonigan's 2JZ Supra-Swapped Ford F-150 Frightening Has Sprung to Life

Hoonigan’s 2JZ Supra-Swapped Ford F-150 Frightening Has Sprung to Life

The Hoonigan team took it for dyno testing and it makes over a 100 horses more than the stock 2JZ engine

The yesteryear Ford F-150 Lightning was one heck of a truck, especially in its second generation. It came with a supercharged V-8 mill that was officially the world’s fastest production truck at that time, hitting a top speed of 147 mph in a run in 2003. Now, no one in their right minds would swap this engine for something else, but the folks at Hoonigan did; and we love it!

Presenting, the Ford F-150 Frightening: an SVT Lightning that’s now powered by the 2JZ engine from the Toyota Supra. The team took it to a dyno, and the results are quite impressive for a shop truck.

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The Ford F-150 Lightning Could Undercut Every Other Full-Size Truck on the Market

The Ford F-150 Lightning Could Undercut Every Other Full-Size Truck on the Market

After factoring in the federal tax credits and state incentives, the F-150 Lightning could cost you less than any new gas-powered full-size truck!

It’s not been long since Ford launched the electric 2022 F-150 Lightning. There are a lot of talking points about it, but the highlight is its price. Ford had announced in the past that it isn’t looking at building EVs costing more than $100,000. This meant that the truck would top out in the high five-digit figures, but no one expected a sub-$40,000 starting price before federal tax credits. Account for the state incentives along with it and the effective price falls under $30,000 in some states!

Motor1 compiled a list of the prices after factoring in the incentives and discounts and it looks like the F-150 Lightning will be the cheapest full-size truck you can buy today!

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The Ford F-150 Lightning Breaks Cover As A Sub-$40,000 Electric Truck

The Ford F-150 Lightning Breaks Cover As A Sub-$40,000 Electric Truck

Some of the other accolades of the F-150 Lightning include 300-mile range, 15.5-inch touchscreen, and independent rear suspension, to name a few

In July 2019, Ford came up with a one million-pound towing stunt. That was the first time we heard anything related to its electric truck. It served as an official confirmation that Ford was working on an electric F-150 to take on the likes of the Tesla Cybertruck and the Rivian R1T. Almost two years later, the truck has finally arrived.

Ford has revived the ‘Lightning’ moniker for its electric truck. The F-150 Lightning is the quickest and the most powerful F-150 ever. The maximum payload and towing capacity are rated at 2,000- and 10,000 pounds, respectively. The biggest revelation, however, is its price. The electric Ford F-150 Lightning starts at a shade under $40,000 for the commercial trim and $53,000 for the base trim.

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Pickup

Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Pickup

Ford will reveal the new F-150 Lightning EV on May 19, 2021!

Update: 5/20/2021 The Ford F-150 Lightning has been revealed, so head over to our in-depth coverage of America’s best electric truck to learn more about it!

It’s been a while since FoMoCo’s train-pulling PR stunt came to further hype the arrival of the all-electric Ford F-150. As Ford has been rather tight-lipped lately about its full-electric pickup truck, we thought we’d have a look at what we know up until this point and what we should expect expect from the electric F-150. Here’s what we can report for the time being.

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Ford Could Be Working on An Electric Bronco, But When Will We See It?

Ford Could Be Working on An Electric Bronco, But When Will We See It?

The person to hint this is none other than the company’s CEO, Jim Farley!

There are a ton of speculations out there about famous products and their future. The new Ford Bronco hasn’t even settled in yet, but there were talks about its future already. While some prefer having discussions amongst their peers, some folks decide to question the head of the company about it. A Twitter user questioned Ford’s President and CEO, Jim Farley, why there’s no Bronco EV yet and the boss hinted that there is one already in the works.

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The Ford Bronco Has A Little More Heart Than Expected

The Ford Bronco Has A Little More Heart Than Expected

The increase is up to 30 horses in case of the four-cylinder mill and up to 20 horses in case of the V-6 EcoBoost

Ford denied us the pleasure of driving a powerful V-8 Bronco, but it looks like the automaker is covering it up in different ways. Or, another way to look at it is Ford is rewarding the customers for taking longer than expected to deliver the Bronco. What the reward is, you ask? Well, you will be getting more power in your Bronco than the initial specs. This will be the case with both, the four-pot and the V-6 mills. Exciting news, isn’t it?

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This $350,000 Ford Ranger with a Chevy Big Block is Not For The Faint-Hearted

This $350,000 Ford Ranger with a Chevy Big Block is Not For The Faint-Hearted

680 horses, Fox shocks, and 39-inch tires are just some of its attributes

Resto-mod operations are fun, but this one here is some next-level shiz. What started as a third-gen Ford Ranger has been converted into a $350,000 truck that can handle anything thrown at it. It comes with a ton of off-road equipment, massive tires, and a big-block Chevy mill. This build was posted on AutotopiaLA’s YouTube channel and comes from a California-based tuner, RJ Fabrication.

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2021 Ford F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew by BDS Suspension

2021 Ford F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew by BDS Suspension

Ford’s Pro Power Onboard mobile power generator gets its turn under the spotlight

The 2021 SEMA Auto Show is going the virtual route because of the coronavirus pandemic. That’s a bummer for those who were looking forward to their annual pilgrimage to Sin City, but automakers have long adapted to the situation. Instead of attending auto shows like SEMA to unveil their newest creations, automakers have now gone digital, showcasing their latest offerings online.

Ford is one of those companies, and tonight, the Blue Oval is hosting “Ford Auto Nights,” a special webcast where the automaker plans to unveil its 2021 SEMA Auto Show lineup. That lineup includes the F-150 Limited Hybrid SuperCrew by BDS Suspension, a project truck that Ford created in partnership with BDS Suspension to showcase the automaker’s all-new Pro Power Onboard mobile power generator.

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