2015 Ford F-150 in red

Best-Selling Cars and Trucks in America

Each and every month, we see a similar story playing out on dealerships across the United States. People flock to dealerships in near record numbers to buy new vehicles, and more of them are choosing fullsize pickup trucks than anything else.

Generally low fuel prices are a big contributing factor to the popularity of these not-so-eco-friendly choices, to be sure, but we also understand the desire for a modern truck – these do-it-all machines are equally as adept comforting passengers as they are hauling heavy loads.

The list of best-sellers looks mostly as we've come to expect, though the finishing order shuffled a bit in June. Behind the top trucks, Japanese sedans continue to attract buyers in droves, and there's a new Korean sedan on the list.

Without further ado, click through to see the most popular cars in the US, according to Autodata.

2015 Hyundai Elantra sedan in silver

10. Hyundai Elantra

June 2015 Sales: 26,613
Change vs. June 2014: +55%

Sticker Price: $17,250 - $21,700
Fuel Economy: 27 mpg city, 37 mpg highway

The Hyundai Elantra is a compact sedan with handsome styling and nice lines. It has excellent interior space with seating for five, an extensive list of standard safety equipment and class-topping cargo capacity.

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2015 Honda Accord sedan driving in deep red

9. Honda Accord

June 2015 Sales: 27,477
Change vs. June 2015: -15%

Sticker Price: $22,105 - $33,630
Fuel Economy: 24 mpg city, 34 mpg highway

The Accord is Honda's largest car, offering generous interior space for up to five people wrapped in stylish exterior sheet metal.

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2015 Honda CR-V in blue

8. Honda CR-V

June 2015 Sales: 28,349
Change vs. June 2015: +8.5%

Sticker Price: $23,445 - $32,895
Fuel Economy: 27 mpg city, 34 mpg highway

The 2015 Honda CR-V is roomy and versatile, which is great for today's family on the go. It's good in adverse weather, fuel efficient and comes with lots of trunk space. The five-passenger CR-V is available in both front-wheel and all-wheel drive configurations, each with a choice of three trim levels: LX, EX and EX-L. All are powered by a 185-hp 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine, paired with a five-speed automatic transmission.

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2015 Honda Civic sedan driving in blue

7. Honda Civic

June 2015 Sales: 28,727
Change vs. June 2015: -11.1%

Sticker Price: $18,290 - $26,740
Fuel Economy: 28 mpg city, 36 mpg highway

The Honda Civic looks to maintain it's position as the best-selling compact car in America with premium features, lots of safety equipment and excellent fuel economy.

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2015 Nissan Altima in deep red

6. Nissan Altima

June 2015 Sales: 29,418
Change vs. June 2015: +12.7%

Sticker Price: $22,300 - $32,350
Fuel Economy: 27 mpg city, 38 mpg highway

The front-wheel drive, five-passenger Nissan Altima combines performance and an attractive exterior.

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2015 Toyota Corolla in red

5. Toyota Corolla

June 2015 Sales: 30,645
Change vs. June 2014: -1.0%

Sticker Price: $16,950 - $22,955
Fuel Economy: 28 mpg city, 37 mpg highway

The latest Toyota Corolla is much bolder-looking than past versions and although it's still far from the most exciting car on the road, it's fuel efficient and reliable, two key qualities for commuters. The Corolla is available in four trims: L, LE, S and new LE ECO. The powertrain for the L, LE, and S trims is a 132-hp, 1.8-liter dual VVT-I engine, matched with a six-speed manual, four-speed automatic or new continuously variable transmission (CVT). The LE ECO includes a 140 horsepower, 1.8-liter engine with Valvematic, combined with the CVT transmission.

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2015 Ram 1500 in silver

4. Ram 1500-3500

June 2015 Sales: 33,332
Change vs. June 2014: +0.6%

Sticker Price: $25,410 - $50,380
Fuel Economy: 17 mpg city, 25 mpg highway

The 2015 iteration of the Ram 1500 is much more fuel efficient without sacrificing its capability on- and off-road, making it a popular pickup for the masses. The Ram 1500 provides something for everyone with the choice of three cab styles (regular, Quad and Crew cabs), three wheelbases, and 4x2 or 4x4 drive types. Engine options include a 3.6-liter V6, 5.7-liter HEMI V8 or 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel engines. A multi-link coil spring rear suspension (in place of a traditional leaf spring suspension) improves ride and handling characteristics without sacrificing payload and towing capability.

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2015 Toyota Camry in silver

3. Toyota Camry

June 2015 Sales: 37,408
Change vs. June 2014: -8%

Sticker Price: $22,970 - $31,370
Fuel Economy: 25 mpg city, 35 mpg highway

The Toyota Camry is the juggernaut of the midsize sedan segment. And for good reason. This car appeals to the average car buyer with its safety, fuel economy, exterior looks and standard features. The Camry features four trims: L, LE, SE and XLE. A 178-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic transmission are standard. The SE and XLE trims are also available with a 268-hp 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed automatic transmission. Tech features include Bluetooth phone connectivity and audio streaming, garage door opener, rear camera and navigation with touch screen.

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2015 Chevy Silverado in deep red

2. Chevrolet Silverado

June 2015 Sales: 51,548
Change vs. June 2014: +18.4%

Sticker Price: $26,105 - $51,150
Fuel Economy: 18 mpg city, 24 mpg highway

The 2015 Chevy Silverado is big, bold and, now, more fuel efficient. This truck can handle almost anything you can throw at it, making it a great choice whether you're hauling families or hauling trailers. The Silverado is available with one of three all-new EcoTec3 engines, a fully updated cabin with available MyLink connectivity and other features designed for the most discerning truck owners. Other new features include available front Park Assist, in addition to the rear Park Assist already available, and a sliding rear window with a defroster.

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2015 Ford F-150 truck at Alamo

1. Ford F-Series

June 2015 Sales: 55,171
Change vs. June 2014: -8.9%

Sticker Price: $25,420 - $54,680
Fuel Economy: 18 mpg city, 25 mpg highway

The all new and redesigned 2015 Ford F-150 is a revolutionary step forward in the full-size pickup truck market. The F-150 has set itself apart from the competition by rethinking the entire segment and offering an all-aluminum body on all of its models to reduce the curb weight while maintaining both the payload and the towing values. The all-aluminum body and pickup box shaves up to 700 lb. from the curb weight and the availability of four efficient gasoline engines paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission provides remarkable fuel economy.

The F-150 is available with three cab styles (regular, super and crew) with either a 4x2 or 4x4 drive train and three pickup box lengths. Five distinct trims are offered depending on the cab style and they include the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum, but all of these trims are further enhanced by optional equipment packages. The exterior of the F-150 presents a more aggressive appearance with the arrangement of the bold grille and headlight configuration. The new exterior pays homage to the rugged Atlas concept vehicle. The four engine choices available on the F-150 include a 283-hp 3.5-liter flex-fuel V6, a 325-hp 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, a 365-hp 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 and a 385-hp 5.0-liter flex-fuel V8. The new 2.7-liter engine includes stop/start technology and active grill shutters are available with all engine choices to further improve fuel economy. New features that are available on the various F-150 models include Active Park Assist, Blind Spot and Cross-Traffic Alert, adaptive cruise control with collision mitigation, inflatable rear safety belts, stowable loading ramps, LED headlights and pickup box lights, a revised tailgate step, a remote tailgate release and a twin panel moonroof on the SuperCrews.

For 2015, the Ford F-150 has introduced a new pickup truck that incorporates the exclusive use of military grade aluminum for the entire cab and pickup box while still utilizing a steel frame for strength and rigidity. This innovation with the introduction of fuel efficient power trains has allowed the new F-150 to improve its fuel economy while retaining its impressive payload and towing values.

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      gunnyozz
      • 2 Months Ago

      The Tale of an Old Man.  I am now 75 yrs old.  I have had more cars to list.  When boys were my age we had Auto Shop in school and learned the working on a engine and other parts but importantly how to repair them. The Auto Makers took that away.  I have restored many English sports cars and repaired my own cars until about 20 years ago.  Part of owning and enjoying a car was you and friends working on them. People don't even change their own oil today.

        Richard
        • 2 Months Ago
        @gunnyozz

        You are right but also wrong in some cases. I am 70 years young and just sold my Chrysler 300 and my new car is a Cadillac CTS-4 (all wheel drive). I can change my oil, still do my own brake jobs, tune uos, belts, hoses, etc. Will even do diagnostics if the check engine light is on. There is tons of information on the Internet for individuals that still want to fix their own cars but lack the up to date knowledge. I will probably die with a wrench in my hand but I still enjoy working on my vehicles even though the technology has changed. It's just like having a land line phone versus a cell phone. The world is changing and I am determined to keep up with it for as long as I can......

          copple162
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          hi yup 'i;am 72 + an still do my own brks oil an spark plugs , minor Diagnostics also , short of major over hall , carb an A/C scope , have several tool boxes with many tools to use , have 3 cars 69 buick an 2 1995 autos a 1999 chevy van , so i get a lot of self repair , jobs an enjoy the challenge , owen all shop repair manuals on these rides , my kids ages from 40's to mid 50's just shake their heads an wonder why , just so i can thats why ,

          ItsFitz143
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Richard

          I so admire your outlook on life.  It's gotten to the point that it's refreshing to read about someone with a positive outlook on life. 

          smmcjunkin
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          good for you, Richard. You keep right on! It's good for you too

          Jim Anderson
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          I am 77.5. I own the 2004 Chevy Astro (s) and do ALL my maintenance except tires. That van can carry a 4 X 8 sheet of plywood flat on the floor with the seats removed. I do NOT need all the crappy extras that simply do not work or fail. It also has a full box frame, the last mid size van to have one. I do not desire to drive in a crushable tin can from Toyota or others. I also own a CTS Caddy for fun drives. I note that Lexus and others with the auto on lights are a road hazard. They may have driving front lights BUT have NO rear lights.. You cannot see them in rain. I have my own diagnostic analyzer tools and shop manuals. I do not trust most newby "mechanics". 

          larry
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          I too, use to work on my cars in the 60's,70's and 80s. In some cases, doing your own work on a newer car may "VOID" the warranty. A record at an "authorized" dealership may be required as proof if you have a powertrain (engine/transmission/gear) problem which may run into thousands and thousands of dollars. I'd rather be safe than sorry and I take my car to the dealership for regular maintenance.

          denfaro
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          But do your friends hang out or help ??  Do they even know anything about cars  ??

          Hank's Mom
          • 12 Days Ago
          @Richard

          Gunnyozz, wiah we were neighbors!

          bamagirl99
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          Good for you, Richard! You sound like a cool guy!

          Marian
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          Keep up the good work. We have to learn to move on with technology  or just become useless.

          leeleebumps1
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          I also had a 300 and now have a CTS-4 AWD. We must think the same. LOL

          sealbeams
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          I do the same Richard. As long as it is not a computer glitch. In that case I'm out of luck. 

          tonyatseao
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          R U KIDDIN ME OLDMAN  DROPDEAD ALLREADY , U TOOK TO MANY PILLS , GET OVER URSELF AS5HOLE

        DAT File
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I know what you are saying but...one thing that comes with age is just wanting to pay someone to do it so one can do other things..and having the money to do so.. I will now go back to thoughts of my rusting leaking windshield of my 66 Chevy Biscayne and how the Japanese shamed us into making somewhat better cars.

          grtsch6134
          • 11 Days Ago
          @DAT File


          shamed us? when the japanese cars floated ashore in america around 1973 because of the oil embargo, they were much worse than american cars.........cheap americans bought them because they got better gas mileage. those makers grew to make better cars, and stupid americans financed their rise......

          garahill
          • 12 Days Ago
          @DAT File

          their cars were at the time  also rust buckets


        john3mo
        • 2 Months Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I am 32 years old and drive two cars, of which both are paid off. I am a CPA by profession. I do all my own maintenance (oil changes, brakes, belts, hoses, etc.). With the dealer labor rates what they are now, it only makes sense to do it myself !

          Metro_Detroit
          • 2 Months Ago
          @john3mo

          Because everything is about "convenience" you remind me that nothings stopping us from learning how to deal with things ourselves. I've done plumbing, tiling, flooring, drywall...all sorts of things I had no clue about to start. Cars have intimidated me up till now but wth. It's just a machine, right?

          dalemec
          • 2 Days Ago
          @john3mo

          CPA--WHAT DO YOU CHARGE?

        Kevin Morrison
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Not only do they not change their own oil, they have no clue as to where the dipstick is or what it is used for. As a 64 year old, I am continuously amazed at the almost total lack automotive knowledge from anyone under the age of 40. We have an entire generation that is clueless as to how to take care of virtually anything mechanical.

          Victoria
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Kevin Morrison

          My son does.  He loves his car.  Before this he had a GMC.  2005. He fixed it so it didn't look like the truck we brought home.  I hated it till he made it look a ton different.  I miss it today.  But, it ate gas. 

          JIM-Big2wheelr
          • 12 Days Ago
          @Kevin Morrison

          Actually..  more than ONE generation has zero knowledge of what makes a car work.. it's incredible how the attitude had changed from WANTING to be able to do things yourself.. to.. wanting zero knowledge.. let someone else to the hard work.


          avuk
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Kevin Morrison

          You don't need to use the dipstick.  Modern cars tell you the oil life by pushing the odometer button,

        mouse
        • 2 Months Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I am 70 and took autoshop the first year they allowed women in.  I got my best friend there, she had a Japanese car and no one could fix them.  Now the cars get plugged in to a computer and "fixed".  My grandson is working on customizing a very old truck right now.

        gunnyozz
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        It was good starting and reading so many reply posts.  I joined the Marine Corps when I was 17 years old ( I did give 20+ years) I made less than a $100. dollars a month.  I got married at 19 (pretty dumb).  Our combindeed income was under $200. a month.  I could not afford to pay someone fix my cars.  Later in life I went to Harley Motorcycles.  After riding 40+ years I shatterd my knees (NOT on a Bike).  The VA told me I had to give up Motorcycles.or I was going to kill myself.  2 years ago I had the urge to build a Trike (Motorcycle with training wheels).  I am in the process now of building it but it is taking a lot of time.  I have the knowledge but not the energy.  Most of the work I pay for.  But, SOON I will ride again and the Hell with the VA. 

          Jim Samari
          • 12 Days Ago
          @gunnyozz

          SEMPER FI DID THE STRUGGLE DANCE MYSELF LEARNED ALOT STILL RIDE MY HARLEY


          cmcclarty
          • 1 Month Ago
          @gunnyozz

          Trikes are cool they were big in the 70s.

          gigolost
          • 12 Days Ago
          @gunnyozz

          I love my trike-due to a very back back, I was unable to ride a 2 wheel.  But now have my freedom to ride back.


          gjames3242
          • 1 Day Ago
          @gunnyozz

          Semper Fi


        tadah23
        • 2 Months Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I can get five quarts of oil and a filter change for $12.99, It costs me more than that to do the oil change myself, so, why should I have to worry about the time, effort and disposal of oil.

          atecoengines
          • 1 Month Ago
          @tadah23

          I own an engine rebuilding business.  Please keep trusting that $12.99 oil.  See ya soon.....

          blastedounce
          • 1 Month Ago
          @tadah23

          remember, you getwhat you payfor.never opening your own hood means you will never know what is going on in your engine.never changing your own oil means you are trusting that $12.99 oil change guy when he tells you that you need $900.00 worth of suspension work. really?

          funkymunky911
          • 2 Months Ago
          @tadah23
          I have never seen an oil change for $12.99. Are you in Kuwait ?
          harolddundee
          • 1 Month Ago
          @tadah23

          When you change your own oil you know whats going back in. When you have it done you have no idea. Its just that simple.

          snakedoctor
          • 1 Month Ago
          @tadah23

          $12.99? They're giving you the oil and filter free & the labor?

          willyboom
          • 1 Month Ago
          @tadah23

          ill tell you why, if your lucky youll get your car back with oil pan bolt not stripped, the dip stick not broken and the right amount of oil in engine. all true stories. not saying they are all engine stupid but not saying they are not.

          yfz404
          • 2 Months Ago
          @tadah23

          with that 12.99 you get bulk oil and some kid that doesnt care if the drain plug is started strait and runs it on any how so the next person will strip it taking it off. or better yet put the wrong weight oil or amount in. They will never be anybody treat your stuff the way that you will, because they dont make the payments.

          merstockgto
          • 1 Month Ago
          @tadah23

          You are right about the price of buying oil, etc. Back in the day when I was a young man a quart of oil was way less than a buck but it is more practical to let a garage do it for you.

          JIM
          • 12 Days Ago
          @tadah23

          I just don't trust Skippy changing my oil. I have heard too many horror stories about them forgetting the oil or the drain plug.

        hmacy
        • 2 Months Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Mostly as a result of our governmental regulations for pollution and mileage!

        bothenjs
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I agree. My husband has had Harley-Davidson's for 43 years and he could always fix his until they started comoputerizing the parts. Just another way to get people to pay for repairs and upkeep

        chefmachinist
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I dont care how old- the thought of changing the oil in my car is about as appealing as volunteering to pick up all the dog poop in the neighborhood.

        Mrfairoaks1
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Yes they do. I'm 58 my son is 38.  He always wrenched on his own car and so did I.   He has been teaching been teaching auto shop for 13 years.   My Grandson is a go-cart racer, 10 years old.  He wrench's on his own cart.  So what I'm trying to say is people do work on cars, Go to your local quarter mile drag track or check out a auto-cross.  You will see young people working on their cars.  And people our age too.  Get out there, be a gear head again.  You won't be sorry!

        cmcclarty
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Many don't change their oil because of laziness or some eco nut whining if a drop hits the ground.Engines are easy now days plug in the scan tool the part is plug and play.But setting dual points and timing was fun though.

        W. Warren
        • 2 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I'll be 75 in October and your post really hits home.  I was never a good mechanic but it was always fun doing small, simple things for a guy not mechanically inclined but very enjoyable to watch guys really getting into it.  I envy you getting to do all of that!   Warren in Moore, OK. Retired Air Force

        QualPump
        • 13 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        old guys rule

        menusplus
        • 2 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I'm 78, still working on my restored 1970 Firebird. 

        pwic113s
        • 2 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I don't know about other cars but As far as I know you  can't change or check the tranny fluid in GM cars now and haven't been able to for a few years now. They are a sealed unit. You have to take it back to the dealer and get it sucked out and refilled.

        GaryandHarriett
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I agree!  My son's new car has everything under the hood completely encased!  You can't see anything.  The only things exposed are the windshield washer and oil.  I guess if you don't get those two confused, you are okay, but we still like to see the engine working!

        moinks
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Too busy on the Internet, cell phone, or fighting wars. Anyway the need to do that disappeared and created other social environments as cars are not as simple to fix. Now the young man has the car that needs less attention and goes to the club for whiskey shots, and looks at the real centerfold babes, not the fold-out from some playboy on a kerosene smelling garage wall....lol

          lakeside
          • 1 Month Ago
          @moinks

          Times are a changing that's for sure 

        mrmrkw01
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        It wasn't totally the fault of the auto makers.Government safety,fuel mileage,and emissions

        requirements have played a significant part in the complexity of modern automobiles.

        A manufacturer has to take the contemporary consumer's demands into consideration

        too.Give the people what they want or lose their business.


        Victoria
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I wish they had them for girls, too.  Loved watching my husband (who was a mechanic fix cars before the computers mess them up) Girls had Home Economics.  Many men love to know what we had learned.  To iron a shirt, start  with the collar.  Other than that Apples put into ovens 

        Neill
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Well I'm right behind you at 74,  I loved the cars of the '50'-60's but mostly the memories.  Today's cars are so great compared to them in so many ways.  Yep, I still change my own oil but that's about it. Cars today don't need much attention. I still work on my  '81 F250 which I bought new.  I grew up only driving convertibles and coupes.  To this day I've never owned a door model (that means a four door to the younger generations.)  My latest car is a 2010 Nisssan Altima coupe with every extra available except the 3.5L.  The 2.5L is quite enough power for me and the MPG is great. LONG LIVE COUPES.  Hey Chevy, bring out a Cruze Coupe and I'll buy one. 

        Sylvie
        • 2 Months Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Don't change my own oil?  First, cars are now too low to the ground to get under.  The used oil is carcinogenic, and it can be an environmental liability when not disposed of properly. 

          cmcclarty
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Sylvie

          Go buy your volt and shut up.Let the motor-heads talk here.

          danambob2
          • 1 Day Ago
          @Sylvie

          I bet you are under 38 years old & lazy, and looking for excuses.  By the way its called ramps.  The old metal style, new car fender will not clear these, must buy new light weight plastic type, they are lower.  Its called blue mol gloves.  Long life and helplessness don't go together.  If you are wealthy and $ is no issue  OK

        danambob2
        • 1 Day Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I totally agree. I am 64 and am now slowing down.

        Darrin Smith
        • 12 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I change my own oil, I change my spark plugs,I've changed my water pump, brake pads, shocks, I've added freon to the a/c, I've replaced my windshield wipers, I've had to make gaskets for certain pieces on my truck, because they don't sell the gaskets, I've replaced light bulbs, and I've repaired my dashboard.

        So your comment is null and void.

        flaboyjack
        • 1 Month Ago
        @gunnyozz

        I use to have an old 1977 Dodge Aspen and about every 4 months you had to change the Voltage regulator on that thing which was mounted to the fire wall.

          cmcclarty
          • 1 Month Ago
          @flaboyjack

          Should of got the upgraded mopar one in the parts dept that would of fixed it.

        lenusa
        • 12 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        gunnyozz  I am 74, and I agree with much of what you say.  However, I do all of my own work on my BMW 540i, and find it easier than when I worked on cars in the 50's.  They are much easier to dissamble, and if you get an electronic scanner, it is easier ot pinpoint problems.  Never let age get in your way!  Len


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        Bob
        • 12 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        We are of the same era and I share your memories of TGOD (The good old days).  Recently, I attended a car show that included cars from the 30s, on up to about the 70s.  I really enjoyed looking under the hoods and knowing what everything was and what purpose it served.  Downright roomy, too.  A guy had room to swing a wrench and didn't need special tools.

        Victoria
        • 2 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Before, computers I husband was a mechanic. In the 60s and 70s.  He didn't know how to use the computers,   But, he always gave the customer an honest day work.  He had it running to profection.  Sometimes, if the person couldn't afford it, it would be for free. My husband, passed so I never got a chance to ask...  Is it true the cars from the 70's 60's 50's and so on, were safer, because they were made with better materials...I often wondered.  

        bigrick
        • 12 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        As gunnyozz stated,"People don't even change their own oil today" I find this to be very true! there are more cars in line at a quick oil change location then at a auto parts store, People that replied to his thread are above average,younger generations couldn't be bothered with manual labor! just look around in society,Just my opinion!

        bensonrd
        • 12 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        retired diesel Mechanic here, nearly 68yrs on GODs green earth. My children change their own tires and oil! I believe that "dissing today's generation has a lot to do with how YOU raised them! My grandson (7) picked up his first ratchet last summer, when Gampa was putting a tongue latch on a garden cart! He does math 3 grades higher than his. My granddaughter can retrieve most tools I ask for correctly and is stunning at spelling/reading. to quote John Wayne "Lifes tough, a lot tougher if you're stupid."

        ameribrain
        • 2 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        The way they build them you can't work on them yourself...it is done on purpose so they can get money out of us.

        llhuberarchitect
        • 6 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Perhaps some of us just have absolutely no desire to waste time working on an automobile. We have other interests like flying planes, riding horses, shooting firearms, taking photographs or doing woodwork. To us working on an automobile is wasting time that could be far better spent doing things we really enjoy.

        barth
        • 12 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        oil? gross!

        richbreland
        • 11 Days Ago
        @gunnyozz

        Yes I do, and I am 79.  But I let my kids get theirs changed at the dealer, and they look for the basics, only.

      william hastings
      • 3 Months Ago

      Wake  up,the Chevy and the GMC  pickups are same except for the name and a few cosmetic changes ask any one that,s not asleep  at the wheel.How dumb can you be wow!!!!  The Toyota and the lexus are also the same except for the add on extras.Call a Dealer and ask!!!

        merstockgto
        • 2 Months Ago
        @william hastings

        The Lexus is a glorified Toyota. The Camry body is the same as the ES series and the GS is the same as the Avalon. Just buy the cheaper Toyota and put a "L" logo on it if it make you feel better.

          npnozie
          • 2 Months Ago
          @merstockgto

          merst. LOL that was funny.

        taxocrat
        • 2 Months Ago
        @william hastings

        ONE Lexus, the ES 350, has always been Camry  XLE based.  The IS series has NO Toyota cousin.  Call a dealer and ask. 

          classof68gto
          • 2 Months Ago
          @taxocrat

          GS series is the same body as the Avalon. Lexus is nothing but a glorified Toyota.

          IcoHolic
          • 2 Months Ago
          @taxocrat

          There's no North American Toyota on the same platform as the IS, however there is the Toyota Mark X which is on the same "N" platform in Asia.

          pafisherman68
          • 18 Days Ago
          @taxocrat

          look under the hood, the sticker  says  TOYOTA... yes call a dealer, OR LOOK FOR YOURSELF, Lexus  IS  toyota.


        Spider
        • 3 Months Ago
        @william hastings

        Toyota makes Lexus and Honda makes Acura,The snobby nosed people don't get thats all they are driving.

          Linda
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Spider

          my sister drives a lexus thinks shes hot shit ill take my mustang gt 300 any day over her car


          npnozie
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Spider

          Spider, you are right. They are wearing a fake rock, and act like what they have is diamond. Laughable !

          diamond
          • 3 Months Ago
          @Spider

          Lexus vehicles are sold elsewhere under the Toyota name.  e.g. the RX350 is called the Toyota Harriet. 

          Teri Davis Newman
          • 3 Months Ago
          @Spider

          Lexus.  The Toyota of luxury vehicles.  I'll keep my Lincoln TC

          dl0007
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Spider

          I've owned 3 Cadillacs, 2 Lincolns, 1 Chrysler New Yorker, and 1 Olds 98. All are classified as "Luxury" cars. After that, I've owned 4 Camrys and 2 Accords! As far as quality goes, there is no comparison. One Camry had 349,000 miles on it and I gave it to a Nephew. I currently have 2 Camry's that have 167,000 miles and the other has 142,000 miles. I believe both of those will last as long as I want to keep them! I have an Accord with 12,000 miles on it. The Japanese autos are far superior to anything I've ever owned in the past. The Accord is O.K., but from here on out, I will buy strictly Toyota Camry!

          John Perry
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Spider

          Cadillac is a fancy Chevy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          he can'tEdwin Farber
          • 3 Months Ago
          @Spider

          That's why I buy the Toyota and not the Lexus!

          twelvepnts
          • 3 Months Ago
          @Spider

          really spider,everyone who drives a Lexus or Acura are snobby         you 

          dumbass

          klavezo
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Spider

          Ford makes Lincoln

          Darrin Smith
          • 12 Days Ago
          @Spider

          ALL of the car makers make ONE frame and engine and put multiple shells/bodies on them to sell them under different names.  They always have.

          Ford DECADES, the Crown Victoria and the Lincoln Continental were the exact SAME vehicles, except for a few minor changes to make it look "Lincoln like"........but the Crown Vic was $10,000+ CHEAPER than the "Lincoln"!!!

          DanV aka JB
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Spider

          Yes we do! We just want a little more luxury.

          catcitykid
          • 11 Days Ago
          @Spider

          You forgot one Willy, tell them who makes the Infinity..

          David D McPherso
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Spider

          Your the idiot "Spider". We know we are driving a "high end" Toyota or Acura. I've been driving Lexus automobiles for 20 years now after I vowed to never own American again (due to the crap I was buying). If you take the Lexus away (with the extra add-ons and perks that come along....too many to mention here), I would proudly drive a Toyota or Honda over anything else.

        wudmansc
        • 1 Month Ago
        @william hastings

        a lexus is nothing but a suped up camry


        Goodie
        • 2 Months Ago
        @william hastings

        WOW Einstein you don't think people knows that?

        eagledancer46
        • 19 Days Ago
        @william hastings

        LMAO! IDIOT


      lavonnetx
      • 3 Months Ago

      I  still drive a 92 Mercury and still love everything about it....And like I tell my kids now that I'm retired and they think I need a new car I say "I don't want a car that will outlive me" or would they rather I spend their inheritance on a new car....amazing how the subject hasn't been brought up again for the past 3 yrs ...All the new cars are too low to the ground and windows too small or too high to climb in to.  :) 

        david
        • 3 Months Ago
        @lavonnetx

        i do not understand .can you tell me why you need to climb in your windows.just open the door and get in .its a lot easier.

          Tom Taylor
          • 3 Months Ago
          @david

          Well David, you may have an emergency one day, and wish you had a bigger window to get out of.

          Dave
          • 2 Months Ago
          @david

          I was thinking Dukes of Hazzard and the Col. Lee. 

          Art Cape
          • 2 Months Ago
          @david

          If you are ever in an emergency situation you would pray that the window was large enough for you to excape. I saw it hppen and the excapee was overjoyed to find the large excape hatch.

          Lady Gator
          • 1 Month Ago
          @david

          Too funny!!!

        Dennis
        • 1 Month Ago
        @lavonnetx

        Well darn, open the door and get in the car instead of climbing in thru the window.  DUH!

          harleridr
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Dennis

          When you drive a "grandpa" car you get a little forgetful! You also forget how much fun it can be to drive!

      itsmegp46
      • 3 Months Ago

      One thing is certain. I will never, EVER buy a German car again.  After two failed ownerships, I was done.  By the time my BMW and MB were approaching 100K, the cars were literally falling apart. A thousand for this, fifteen hundred for that.  Something is wrong in the universe when you're on a first name basis with the service manager.  So now, the current rides in my family's fleet are a 1999 Bonneville, 226,000 miles and a 2001 Acura 3.2TL with just over 200,000 miles.  

        mlance49
        • 2 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        BMW's are junk. Two fuel pumps as well.

          kathy
          • 1 Month Ago
          @mlance49

          I have had 2 BMW's the only problem I ever had was changing the time on the Z-3's clock! But now I live in the rain Forest so I drive a 4x4 Jeep!

          klavezo
          • 1 Month Ago
          @mlance49

          It is the most towed car

        Teri Davis Newman
        • 3 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        Got a Lincoln Town Car with 139 K miles that just replaced all the brakes on and bought new tires.  I've literally had only ONE repair that wasn't a maintenance item. I had to replace a switch in the electronic system so the a/c would work. Cost: $87 out the door.   I'm good for another 100K miles in my beloved TC!!

          starryknight936
          • 3 Months Ago
          @Teri Davis Newman

          That's great!!! I've always considered purchasing a CPO flavored TownCar. It seems bulletproof, if you get my drift. Happy Trails with it, friend...Peace! AladdinSane < ~ 

          kev
          • 3 Months Ago
          @Teri Davis Newman

          You left out its a V8. And can get 22 to 25 miles per gallon freeway.. Depending on Driver 

          amp81803
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Teri Davis Newman

          Had 387k on mine when I hydroplaned into a wall. And 296 on the previous one when I sold it

          Nc92635
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Teri Davis Newman

          Bought a 1998 Lincoln Town car  almost 300,00 miloes  did a little maintanence and we are good to go.     Rides like a dream.  A Florida car  no rust.

          tomkelleysr
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Teri Davis Newman

          I found the buy of a life time 2003 Lincoln Town car exec. series with 7890 miles. Was rained on once. Now has 25K  got it for 10K


        English
        • 2 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        I've been hearing all my life that German cars were the best engineered .. I've also heard over and over, stories like yours. 'Best engineered' and 'falling apart' don't go together, IMHO. I'm beginning to think 'best engineered' is a lot of kool-aid ..

        suzyqistillloveyou
        • 2 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        My daughter has the cutest little BMW convertible.  When it's in the shop, which is quite often, she borrows my (Ford Explorer) Sport Tract.  Needless to say, she drives my vehicle more than I do.


        MaryBeth
        • 2 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        BMW =BigMex. Weiner cost of parts are shocking !


        sayword
        • 3 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        German cars, mainly MB BMW - are not really "Hold-On" cars!! It's not a smart idea to hold these cars forever, unless you know how to take care of your car and/or have extended warranty/or cash on hand.    The true object of possessing a high-end car, is via a lease!! After lease term, simply hop in another. BMW/MB are simply too costly trying to outright own. 

          Linda
          • 2 Months Ago
          @sayword

          people think they are better then other driving these junk cars.got a 2007 ford mustang gt 300 only thing I had to do it it so far is change the oil every 3 to 4,000.

          Heather Melick
          • 2 Months Ago
          @sayword

          The older BMWs are "hold on" cars. But, I agree, anything made after, say 2000 - drive it for 100K and DUMP it.
          For what it's worth, we have a 1974 BMW 2002tii. Not one ounce of trouble. The trouble started with sophisticated electronics and computers - and outsourcing parts to Eastern Europe.

        harleridr
        • 1 Month Ago
        @itsmegp46

        Funny you should say that my wife was just broad sided by an Acura at 40 mph, which was totaled. Damage to her avalanch ascrape on the rear wheel the plastic piece in front of the wheel well popped off. So I had to replace the hold on clips. Our insurance man coulsn't believe it. 

        heh1111
        • 2 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        since both of your current vehicles are over a decade old, were either of the german cars made during this century? 

        junglejack
        • 1 Month Ago
        @itsmegp46

        Bonneville surely has the 3.8 litre (3800) V-6 named by Ward's Automotive as 1 of the best engines ever made so don't figure on that Pontiac giving up anytime soon, maybe after  a million if you keep good oil in it

          JimW
          • 1 Month Ago
          @junglejack

          Loved my 1995 Bonneville with the 3.8 liter until the plastic, yes plastic, intake manifold cracked and flooded the cylinders with coolent. Found out this was a typical problem on the 3.8 liter, poor design.

        npnozie
        • 2 Months Ago
        @itsmegp46

        This IS the stupid and funniest things I have ever heard. LOL German car are THE best in the world. Where are you from? You must be Oriental. I bet you were going to say that Toyota are good cars. hehehe

          tarrfether
          • 2 Months Ago
          @npnozie

          I have not heard the word "Oriental" in years.

          Pugsley Lee
          • 2 Days Ago
          @npnozie

          There are only three problems with German cars:

          They are Overpriced, Over Rated, and Over Here !

          npnozie
          • 1 Month Ago
          @npnozie

          Well I guess Oriental people did not like the truth. HA, and sadly some of the American. 

      kndauctions06
      • 3 Months Ago

      I cry when i see the cars on the road today, its sad that they cant make more FULL size real cars that actually fit people in them, most are so small that if you get hit in the rear, say good buy to your life. Where is the trunk??? The people in the back seat are 2 feet from the rear bumper, its a joke that the cars they build today, they call cars? On TV you can see people crammed next to each other like a lunch box. And the best is the Honda commercial where the guy is pulling out a weed eater from the so called trunk, but all you see is 1/4 of it and its gone as soon as he puts his hands on it, is a joke how they try to fool people. I bought a Toyota 4-Runner limited SUV, not a cross over, and what is that anyway, cross over? Its ok to make smaller car's, but can we have a choice please? Very few cars are called cars today, they all seem to look alike and no eye popping when you look at them. The few that are still being made, are few and not cheep aka, Dodge challenger, the 300 and a few american sport cars, that's about it. Cadi and lincolin is a joke all together, maybe the SUV, but not at 60-80k, years ago when you bought a cadi or lincoln, YOU BOUGHT A REAL CAR! i miss my 1984 Fleeetwood.     

        ameribrain
        • 2 Months Ago
        @kndauctions06

        AMEN...I HAVE BEEN SAYING THAT FOR YEARS.

        merstockgto
        • 1 Month Ago
        @kndauctions06

        We miss our 1968 Pontiac GTO.

        starryknight936
        • 3 Months Ago
        @kndauctions06

        I guess you would consider a Lincoln TownCar as a winner also, similar to that Caddy Fleetwood you had? I still believe the TownCar to be a tank, so to speak...bulletproof and worthwhile if maintained properly. Whatcha think? Peace...AladdinSane < ~ 

          jpepoon
          • 1 Month Ago
          @starryknight936
          The number one VEGAS WAGON!  Head up I215,lean back and relax!
          Belinda
          • 2 Months Ago
          @starryknight936

          The Lincoln Town Car still looks nice. I friend of mine has a1978. It only gets about 12 to 14 miles a gallon. They're good for posterity, but too  expensive to drive often.


          vegassurveyor
          • 1 Month Ago
          @starryknight936

          Lincoln Town Barge

          Doug Hart
          • 1 Month Ago
          @starryknight936

          Got rear ended by a Ford SUV crashed in the front end of the Ford pretty bad about 18 inches, couldn't tell my 95  Lincoln Town Car had been touched, I was stopped at a stop light. This happened Dec. 2o14. Car has 242,042 miles on it. Still gets 23 MPG on road, with trunk loaded.

        Dennis
        • 1 Month Ago
        @kndauctions06

        Yes, and I miss my engineless push mower, the outhouse, pumping water from a well by hand 100' from the house and blowing out the candles we read by back in the day.  Glad I made it to the millenium!!  Biggest regret, nearly impossible to tell one brand of automobile from another today.

        itacurubi
        • 2 Months Ago
        @kndauctions06

        Mortality rates in accidents are much lower now. Cars are incomparably safer than they were 30 or 40 or 50 years ago.

        Richard
        • 2 Months Ago
        @kndauctions06

        Hay KND. You're not doing your homework, are you? You can buy a FULL SIZE Cadillac, CTS or ATS and save tons of cash. The secret is 'buy a lease back'. I bought a Cadillac that when new listed for 63K and when I purchased it with only 19k miles on it I paid 29k. It was certified so I got an extra 2 years full warranty with the purchase. The years of buying a Chevy Impala sedan for $2,700 is gone (1960's). Yes the auto unions and the rest of the money grabbers has caused the prices of everything to rise to unrealistic levels. But you go with the flow and find ways to slmost get around it. Yes prices go up but like I mentioned, you have to do your homework to stay ahead.....

          dicksharon56
          • 11 Days Ago
          @Richard

          IF YOU WOULD CHECK YOUR FACTS....LABOR ON A CARS(UNIONS)IS THE CHEAPEST SEGMENT OF THE COST OF A VEHICLE.PARTS & MATERIAL COST THE MOST

          dodie1990
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Richard

          A CTS is NOT a full size car by any stretch of the imagination. It is small stiff riding typical front drive

          Edward Bone
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Richard

          you shouldn't buy or drive cars made by union workers

          Clyek
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Richard

          And when you trade it next year it will be worth 500.00

        harleridr
        • 1 Month Ago
        @kndauctions06

        Maybe you should drive a CTS-V station wagon

        npnozie
        • 1 Month Ago
        @kndauctions06

        You are right, cars are all look alike. Do you know who we should thank for that? Oriental with their rice burner! They are all shamelessly copy. They even copy the cars emblem. How pitiful is that??? They can't even make their own emblem.

          Amaris
          • 1 Month Ago
          @npnozie

          How old are you? Who even says "Oriental" anymore? I"ll bet more than half of the stuff in your house is made by "Orientals". Get over it already.

        heh1111
        • 2 Months Ago
        @kndauctions06

        time and design moves on and cars need to weigh less now, if you miss it that much, buy a used fleetwood

          Metro_Detroit
          • 2 Months Ago
          @heh1111

          And in part it is because in Europe they have much much smaller cars in general in order to fit into tiny parking spaces and maneuver in crowded towns. I think that is influencing the USA now as well.

        milana4
        • 1 Month Ago
        @kndauctions06

        I have a KIA optmia-- it has a huge trunk. and lots of room in the  back seat, as well.  I love my car!  and I'm not a tiny person.

        karlbassplayer
        • 1 Month Ago
        @kndauctions06

        What are you talking about? Cars are bigger and heavier then ever! Compare todays "small" Corolla to the ones from the 70's 80's and even 90's. Its bigger then the org. "midsize" Camry!  As far as fitting I'm 6,2 and had no problem in a Metro or Festiva. Where are those cars? Can I have a choice please?

          grtsch6134
          • 1 Month Ago
          @karlbassplayer

          why don't you choose to drive one back home--to japan...........

        dinersaurs
        • 1 Day Ago
        @kndauctions06

        And I miss my '84 Lincoln Town Car. Great car, great ride, all there. Today I can hardly tell one car from the other. Now I have a '92 Ford Van. I'll stick with the older ones anyday over these new ones. At least I don't have to wonder where to fit my groceries!

      CHUCK
      • 2 Months Ago

      How many times are we going to see this article. IT IS GETTING OLD!

      Harold
      • 1 Month Ago

      As frigging usual I cannot find the automobile that AOL is talking about.  

        epalmerjr
        • 12 Days Ago
        @Harold

        It is called a Truck, a pickup Truck.  Aol hasn't learned there is a difference between a truck and a car.

      sedegolf
      • 2 Months Ago

      I will never by a GM anything. They took our Tax dollars ,gave it to the Unions and the Stockholders took the loss.

        v8arthur
        • 2 Months Ago
        @sedegolf

        You forgot about all the green tech money Ford got from the US GOV .

          pafisherman68
          • 18 Days Ago
          @v8arthur

          You mean the actual loan Ford took out years BEFORE  the  GM  /Chrysler  failed  bailouts?  Ford  never took any bailout cash......  they repaid that loan.......unlike GM......


      Bill Baughman
      • 2 Months Ago

      I have a 2006 Ford Ranger 4 x 4 with 216304 miles. Looks And rides like a new truck. Very happy with this truck.

      suzy000
      • 3 Months Ago

      My best cars gave been my Explorer and Expedition.  The Explorer was still going strong when I passed it on but i won't let my Expedition leave my side.  yea...it may be like driving a house but what better feeling is there to walk out one comfortable house and get into another?

        L F
        • 3 Months Ago
        @suzy000

        I have a Ford Explorer 1997 and it's the best i have every had will allways

        stay with Fords.my SUV is still going strong.

          Pedo
          • 3 Months Ago
          @L F

          I have been happy with my 2004 Explorer, but it cost a fortune in gas. Now, I love the focus.

        Sherrie Chadaris-Col
        • 3 Months Ago
        @suzy000

        Our  Ford Explorer 2001 has 300k miles and the only work we have done  are master brake cylinder  and shocks ! Love our truck we are getting ready to buy an escape  next month !

          Bob
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Sherrie Chadaris-Col

          I work at Ford Country and escapes are junk. They have a bad electrical problem.

        suzy000
        • 3 Months Ago
        @suzy000

        oops, gave should have been "have" and I didn't capitalize some words....still working on my first cup of coffee.

        Hi RON
        • 1 Month Ago
        @suzy000

        Gas consumption in the Ford Explorer and Expedition is TERRIBLE

          pafisherman68
          • 18 Days Ago
          @Hi RON

          BS........  17-19  miles highway....15 around town in a 2003  Frod Expy  EB.....  your  posts are terrible.



        henryusmale
        • 2 Months Ago
        @suzy000

        Yiou are lucky you didn't have one of the tip over models.

          grtsch6134
          • 1 Month Ago
          @henryusmale

          the tip over was caused by bad driving.

        heh1111
        • 2 Months Ago
        @suzy000

        which is lower, the gas bill for the house or the gas bill for the rolling house ? 

      Stephen
      • 3 Months Ago

      1979 Ford....my favorite truck of all time.

        Bob
        • 2 Months Ago
        @Stephen

        My 1978 Ranger wasn't bad either.

          rwjonespe
          • 1 Month Ago
          @Bob

          I bought a 2004 Chevy Colorado, the first year out.  First new tires at 62,000 miles, brakes on front lasted until 120,000 (twice the miles of inlaws F150).  Had a front brake sensor replaced at 144,000, no other repairs.  Sold it to get a full size with 198,000 miles.  Didn't use a drop of oil, automatic never slipped, never serviced the tranny.

        QualPump
        • 13 Days Ago
        @Stephen

        1ST YEAR OF THE SQUARE HEADLIGHTS

      cbjack
      • 3 Months Ago
      I own a 1993, Ford F-150 Flareside, needs a tune up, but for most part works very well!  I love my truck!
        John Perry
        • 2 Months Ago
        @cbjack

        My first PU was a 1076 Toyota.

        8 years ago I had the seat rebuilt and had it painted.

        Gave it to my oldest grand son with the understanding he was to save up and get his own car and give the Toyota to his next youngest brother.

        Now it's being driven by my youngest grand son.

        497,000 mile with only normal maintenance other that 3 clutches since the boys have been driving it.

        My youngest gets to sell it when he has enough to buy his next car.

        He has a standing offer of $2500.00.

        Maybe I'll give him the $2500.00 and start driving it again.

          junglejack
          • 1 Month Ago
          @John Perry

          hey john fairy for every 80's early 90's japanese car you see on the road you will see at least 15 G M  cars of the same vintage so don't think your  non-American p.o.s is the only long lasting vehicle

          DanV aka JB
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          ...only 32 years after the Norman invasion, too!

          jimeeo
          • 1 Month Ago
          @John Perry

          a man.  i have one too.  always reliable.  no other make will do here as gar as iam concerned.  also have a 2014 tacoma.

          marzolinojr
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          Do it, keep it in the family and then pass it down again......

          Jdern
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          I am driving a 1992 toyota pickup; its been hit by a deer and a semi truck, still going!  New paint and body work - looks new.  207K miles, I plan on driving it another 200K

          Rosie
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          We've had good luck with Toyotas as well and have kept them in the family.  Back and forth.  The '91 Celica was the "best car ever"!

          bandbcoope
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          Wow a pu more than 900yrs. old. 

          Linda
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          didn't know they made had a 1076 toyota

          dpmservicesllc
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          And I always thought Ford made the first pick up? 1076 LOL

          junglejack
          • 1 Month Ago
          @John Perry

          and especially Buick's, 

          grtsch6134
          • 1 Month Ago
          @John Perry

          you should all pile into your japanese vehicle and drive it home to japan.

          goodgrief61945
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          What's a 1076 Toyota ?

          Carl E Cook
          • 2 Months Ago
          @John Perry

          would have been a better story if if it didn't start off with the tale of an economic traitor and his japanese built toyota. you should have bought, say, a 1969 yenko camaro--and gave that to your grandson. that car would be worth $150,000 today.

        henryusmale
        • 2 Months Ago
        @cbjack

        Half tons aren't really a truck. Trucks start with the 2500.

        And if it has spark plugs, it isn't a real truck either.

          blueridgearcher
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          I have often thought about a diesel, but the $10,000.00 jump in price and the cost of diesel doesn't justify the upgrade.  Did I mention that in the northern climes the fuel has to be treated .  My buddies call me all the time  when the temp is below zero to give them a lift because the block heater failed and the fuel gelled.  Deisels pull great but the cost and upkeep, (16 quarts of oil every chage) and that same Buddy blew his inter cooler and turbo on or about 100,000 miles (a ford Super duty).  Nope I will stick with the Silverado 1500 gas powered.  has never failed me.

          Jim Wood
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          What a jerkoff statement 

          Steven
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one!

          abray4
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          there are some good gas  trucks, and guess what you can put two new motors in them for the price to upgrade to diesel

          bcrnbs2
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          lol, saying a half ton isnt a truck is like saying obama isnt an american.

          whiteoak
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          1/2 TON IS A TRUCK...2500'S ONLY A LITTLE BIT BIGGER//////

          Stan's bizmail
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          Hahahaha....that was cool, cbjack....hahahaha

          Stan's bizmail
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          He's actually partially correct....1/2 tons have the same axle type as a car. 3/4 have a semi floating hypoid axle, and 1 tons have a full floating hypoid axle....as far as the diesel reference.....no, there are compact cars with diesels, and 5 ton trucks with spark plugs

          zygoter
          • 2 Months Ago
          @henryusmale

          Don't know about the spark plug bit (although I regret not getting the Cummins Diesel in my Dodge 2500) but yes, a truck doesn't start until it's 3/4 ton.  Best truck ever was a '78 Chevy Crew Cab Dually with a 454 and turbo 400 tranny.

          harleridr
          • 1 Month Ago
          @henryusmale

          What did truckers drive before diesels youngun? I say it isn't a truck unless it was chain driven, but that was before your time! Not mine!

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