Archive for July, 2014
Presented here is an unedited press release issued by Ford today. Images and captions were added by the CG Daily Drive team.
All-New Ford F-150 2.7-Liter EcoBoost V6 Engine Delivers V8 Capability and Performance
DEARBORN, Mich., July 22, 2014 – With its new 2.7-liter EcoBoost® with standard Auto Start-Stop and new 3.5-liter V6 with twin independent variable camshaft timing, the 2015 Ford F-150 resets the bar in light-duty pickup truck performance, capability and efficiency.
A buddy of mine and I used to play a game called “Full Retail Fun.” The game was simple enough, we grabbed a recent copy of Consumer Guide® and tried to build to most expensive cars possible by tallying the prices of every available option.
Has the summer heat got you down? Are you already tired of Weird Al Yankovic’s talk-show come-back tour? Well, here’s a chance to get away from it all. In fact, here’s a chance to get away from your computer. Just print out Classic -Car Word Search, Part 2: Trim Levels and set yourself down in a comfy chair. Your job, for the next hour or so, is to find 39 common trim level names, such as Brougham. Also buried below are two beloved Star Trek characters. Enjoy!
2014 Hyundai Elantra SE
Miles Driven: 372
Fuel Used: 13.0 gallons
In 1991, Oldsmobile sold a lot of Cutlasses. That simple fact probably doesn’t surprise anyone, at least not until you realize that of the seven car models Olds offered in ’91, three were dubbed Cutlass.
The third generation of “America’s Sports Car,” known casually as C3, was rolled out for the 1968 model year. Here we track the year-by-year changes to the C3 ’Vette, and pass along a few fun facts along the way.
2014 Ram 2500 Power Wagon Laramie Crew Cab
Miles Driven: 302
Fuel Used: 28.9 gallons
Real-world fuel economy: 10.4 mpg
Collectible Automobile® magazine, the automotive-history companion to Consumer Guide® Automotive, has earned a pair of bronze awards from the 23rd International Automotive Media Awards (IAMA) competition.
The problem with selling small coupes in America is the inherent fickleness of the small-coupe buying public. More than in perhaps any other new-vehicle segment, small-coupe buyers embrace fresh designs above all other attributes.