In the past few weeks, two different news stories are shining a light on all the infotainment, navigation and Bluetooth technology features found in new trucks. The quick synopsis is automakers are spending millions to develop these technologies, yet consumers and owners don’t really care.
Looking for quick modifications idea for your Toyota Tundra. How about swapping in the really cool looking TRD PRO Grille? It really changes the look.
An amazing luck of the draw happened a few weeks ago where I got the opportunity to drive a 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch, a 2015 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel Laramie Longhorn and my 2013 Toyota Tundra SR5. While each truck had its pros and cons, the big question is which one I liked the best. The answer may surprise you.
We got a special treat this week when the 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch arrived. This truck has been one of the most talked about in recent memory. It is going to be a great week checking out its many features.
Rarely do automakers truly go after one another, yet when they do, it usually a “slip of the tongue” from a top executive. This is not the case with Chevy’s new 3 advertisement barrage calling out Ford’s use of aluminum. While the advertisements don’t specifically include the Tundra, just replace “Chevy” and “Silverado” with “Toyota” and “Tundra.” Without further ado, for your viewing pleasure, are the aforementioned videos.