Over the weekend the embargo that was in place on driving impressions of the 2016 Nissan Titan XD expired, meaning that all of the major automotive outlets that was able to drive the truck could publish their articles. We had a chance to drive it, so stay tuned for our impressions. But how it drives is just one important factor in whether or not the truck will sell well. Price, … [Read more…]


I woke up at 4AM a stranger in a strange land, excited and nervous for what was to come. I was about to do my first track day at MSR Cresson. No matter how much I had read about track days, nothing prepared me for the impending moments of actually pulling out of the pits and heading down the track. I managed to get faster throughout the day and not throw my bike down the track … [Read more…]


Hello readers! We’re here with just a quick note that we have updated some of the legal parts of our sites (all of our properties, not just Average Car Guy. We have new Terms and Conditions of use, a new Privacy Policy, and a new Disclosure Policy. You should assume that by viewing our sites, you agree to the following… Here they are for your reference: Terms and … [Read more…]


With all the talk about there being a new Ford Bronco by the year 2020, I think it’s time to take a look back at one of the Broncos that really made the vehicle so popular. It’s difficult to find an older one in good nick, but there’s a business in Columbus, Ohio that can help with that. Called Classic Ford Broncos, they specializing in selling fully-restored Ford Broncos to … [Read more…]

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I’ve had the rare pleasure of spending quite a few miles behind the wheel of both the 2015 F-150 and the 2015 Silverado. While we’re heading right into model year 2016, both models are staying quite similar even though the 2016 Silverado will have a retouched front grille and other mild changes. I was able to test out the 2015 F-150 at the press event they hosted in Texas, … [Read more…]

Ford Motor Company is required to negotiate the contract it was with the UAW workforce every so often. As part of these contract negotiations, discussions of where future products are built often take place. Normally, these discussions are kept confidential, but occasionally we get a leak. That’s what we have to report today, all but confirming that the Bronco and Ranger are … [Read more…]

We’re already big fans of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon here, but the version we are the most excited for is the version powered by the 2.8L Duramax diesel. We had a chance to drive it recently, and will be featuring that write-up shortly, but in the meantime we learned something even bigger; the fuel economy. Opting for the diesel in two-wheel drive configuration … [Read more…]

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