Fisher-Price Ford F-250
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Fisher-Price Ford F-250 Super Duty for Kids

Introducing the world’s smallest Super Duty truck ever! Fisher-Price has come out with a Ford F-250 Super Duty for kids. This pickup truck is designed to look just like dad’s, with forward leaning grill, engine sounds, and a secret storage compartment under the seat (for storing tools? towing equipment? pacifiers?) What else does this mini…

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Lamborghini + SUV = Hotness

The new Lamborghini Urus is a straight up SUV. The Urus has 600 hp, 4 bucket seats, amd all-wheel drive. This vehicle is being marketed to families of Lamborghini drivers, making it a “family car.” Interesting. Instead of side mirrors, this vehicle has aerodynamically optimized cameras that monitor traffic conditions. Navigation, entertainment, and climate control…

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Monster Diesel Truck Sells for $75k on eBay

A Las Vegas resident has sold his truck on eBay to the tune of $75,100. And by truck, I mean this thing: Being called a 1957 Other Makes 603 BWD, this monster has power steering and a 5.9 liter Cummins Diesel engine. The truck has 2 large winches in the front and rear, 2 tow…

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Clean Diesel Auto Sales Rise

  As gas prices continue to climb, Americans continue to purchase fuel efficient vehicles. Therefore, the U.S. small automobile market continues to improve. “I expect clean diesel auto sales to increase further as several new diesel cars are introduced in the U.S. market in the next year,” says Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director of the Diesel…

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Chevy 2013 Heavy Duty Pickups Have Pricey Bi-Fuel Option

If you’re interested in a new bi-fuel (gasoline and compressed natural gas) pickup, be ready to drop some extra dough. GM’s Chevy 2013 Sierra HD pickup and Silverado HD pickup with the bi-fuel option are said to cost an extra $11,000. That’s on top of the approximately $32,000 you’d be spending anyway. GM reminds customers…

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2013 SRT Viper

A review of the new 2013 SRT Viper has been published by Motor Trend. Changes and updates to the vehicle begin with stability control, which is now legally¬†mandatory. Supposedly, the Viper engine now has an easier rev to its 6200 rpm, along with better acceleration due to tightened gear ratios. A few things haven’t changed.…

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