Data from a popular dealer software tool suggests that lots of GMC customers get their F-150s appraised as trade-ins.
Even after a fresh redesign, GM’s Heavy Duty diesel still can’t match the twisting force of Ford’s new Power Stroke.
Philippine company Shogun Conversions is close to being certified to convert and import the Ford Super Duty for the Land Down Under.
The next-place contestant — the Chevy Silverado — sold over 20,000 units less.
With a diesel mill almost certainly bound for the F-150, we wonder if Ford will decide that’s enough.
The EcoBoost-powered 2016 Ford F-150 half-ton split the GM lineup in half, towing better than the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado with 5.3-liter V8.