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Ford Details 7.3L Gas Engine, Offers Standard PTO

Ford Details 7.3L Gas Engine, Offers Standard PTO

Ford has released power ratings for the 7.3L V-8 gasoline engine that propels the 2020 F-600 chassis cab truck and provided technical details for the truck's 10-speed automatic transmission as well as its next-generation 6.7L PowerStroke V-8 diesel.

August 1, 2019

Medium-Duty Orders Fall 1.1% in 2016

Medium-Duty Orders Fall 1.1% in 2016

Orders of classes 5 to 7 vehicles declined 1.1% in 2016 after a strong December finish and have outpaced heavy-duty truck orders in part due to pent-up demand from government fleet purchasers, according to ACT Research.

January 10, 2017

Ford Shows 2017 Super Duty Trucks in L.A.

Ford Shows 2017 Super Duty Trucks in L.A.

Ford gave an early glimpse of its redesigned 2017 Super Duty pickup at the Los Angeles Auto Show, by showing a white F-450 Platinum dual-rear-wheel pickup and F-350 King Ranch.

November 24, 2015

Class 6 Trucks Oldest on Road

Class 6 Trucks Oldest on Road

Class 6 GVW trucks now operating in commercial fleets now have an average 21.2-year lifespan due to their reliability, durability, and use in a variety of applications, IHS Automotive's commercial vehicle director told WorkTruckOnline.com.

November 11, 2015

Commercial Truck Registrations Rise 12 Percent

Commercial Truck Registrations Rise 12 Percent

Commercial and government fleets added 350,837 trucks in classes 3-8 through the first half of 2015 for a 12.1 percent increase from the comparable period a year ago, according to IHS Automotive's second quarter commercial vehicle report.

September 3, 2015

Used Class 6-7 Sales Slide After Mileage Spike

Used Class 6-7 Sales Slide After Mileage Spike

An increase in average odometer mileage has pushed used classes 6-7 truck prices lower this year compared to last year to date as prices and volume have fallen from 2013 levels that marked a post-recession high-water mark.

November 26, 2014

Class 4 to Grow 3 Percent In 2014

Class 4 to Grow 3 Percent In 2014

The Class 4 truck market now dominated by low-cab forward trucks used primarily for urban delivery and landscaping jobs should grow 3 percent in 2014 and reach about 12,000 new vehicles registered for commercial use, ACT Research told Work Truck magazine.

November 12, 2014

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