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F150, F250, F350

Ford F150 and F250

The Ford F150 was first introduced to the American market in 1978. Since then, the model has gone through 14 generations and thousands of changes to the car’s construction, interior, and exterior.

In 2016, an “extreme” version of the Ford F-150 Raptor appeared in the lineup with a revised suspension, all-wheel drive with an electronically controlled clutch, a V6 3.5 Biturbo engine, and a ten-speed automatic transmission.

The current generation was introduced in 2020 and comes with four engine choices of 3.3L Ti-VCT V6, 2.7L and 3.5L EcoBoost, and 5.0L Ti-VCT V8. There is also an all-electric version: the F-150 Lightning.


Dodge RAM1500

The Dodge Ram has been produced since 1981 and was sold mainly in the U.S. market. In 2009, the fourth generation of the model debuted, and in 2011 the pickup began to be sold under a separate brand name Ram.

The Ram 1500 is powered by a 305 HP V6 3.6 or V8 5.7 with 395 HP combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Ram 1500 has a traditional frame construction, continuous rear axle at the rear, and all-wheel spring suspensions. The list of options also includes an air suspension. The truck is available with four-door cabs and with different lengths of cargo platform.

Chevrolet Silverado
GMC Sierra

Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra

Production of Silverado models began in 1998 and overcame four restyling. Today it comes in four body versions: regular cab with long bed, double cab with standard bed, crew cab with short bed and crew cab with standard bed. Behind the huge chrome grille hides, depending on the version, four powerful engines with volumes: 2.7L Turbo engine, 5.3L V8 engine, 6.2L V8 engine, and 3.0L Turbo-Diesel I6 engine.

The GMC Sierra is similar to the Chevrolet Silverado: cars under different brands have the same construction but differ in design, interior, and equipment.