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    • The Fast Lane Truck
      The Fast Lane Truck

      Can you jump a new 2019 Ford Raptor? Find out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xHZQFpDa-4

      about 7 months ago
    • Raul A Reyes
      Raul A Reyes In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      I really liked the video but think that there is something that was not taken into consideration. I own a Nissan titan pro 4x just like the one tested and I chose it because it offered everything I needed and more at a price I could afford. The truck that won is probably close to $25k over what I paid for mine.
      Bang for the buck should have also been taken in consideration.

      about 5 months ago
    • Okie Rider
      Okie Rider In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      The Fast Lane Truck
      Why didn't you use the MPG read out on the F150's dashboard?

      about 6 months ago
    • 1786 Vlogs
      1786 Vlogs In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      Where the F is the F150 3.5....honestlty.

      about 7 months ago
    • Amin Haq
      Amin Haq In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      We don't get trucks like these in Europe. Do Mitsubishi have anything like these trucks.

      about 7 months ago
    • Alpha Puck
      Alpha Puck In reply to The Fast Lane Truck

      Please tell me this is in Canadian dollars. I almost shit my pants at the price of these things.

      about 7 months ago
    • Nicholas Sorrentino
      Nicholas Sorrentino

      This is literally the exact opposite of how I would rank them

      about 21 hour ago
    • ShaneO Conservative OnAir
      ShaneO Conservative OnAir

      F-150 all the way.
      1. Looks.
      2. Brain's.
      3. Reliability.
      5. Won't rust. Lol. Best part about it.

      about 1 day ago
    • michael crouch
      michael crouch

      Great comparison 👍

      about 5 days ago
    • Whiskey Ratt
      Whiskey Ratt

      Not bias at all, Canadians picking a General Motors Canada truck as number #1. Give me a break chevys are garbage.

      about 10 days ago
    • Solidbry

      I really like what you guys are doing to get solid info about the different trucks out there to the population.

      However, I'm still a bit mind blown by the fact that none (that I know of) of multiples reviews about the Ram mention that this air suspension system is faulty in northern regions like Canada for instance. I mean, some of the TFL reviewers are from Ontario so they must of heard about all the troubles that comes with the air suspension on our cold winters. It was not meant to withstand our harsh winters!!

      It starts to feel like FCA told you guys to not talk about all the problems that people are experiencing with the Ram's air suspension. For those of you still wondering what issues I'm talking about, here are some (a quick google search will confirm all this):
      - empty suspension on cold mornings
      - system emptying itself while driving
      - compressor refuses to fill-up the balloons
      - frozen block-valve
      - frozen compressor
      - unable to use the different riding levels (stuck on a specific setting)
      - etc!

      So what gives ? I'd really love to hear you guys talk about it because as you are well aware, the problems are quite real.

      about 11 days ago
    • Taka Yama
      Taka Yama

      Good test. When I bought new three years ago, I tested all, and bought F150. But, I could have gone with any of them.

      about 13 days ago
    • Scot Yocum
      Scot Yocum

      Y'all really did this testing with the Ford diesel vs all the other gas trucks? Plus some sort of electronic mumbo jumbo for fuel economy?? Really a let down for what I thought was a legit truck review channel...so disappointing...

      about 15 days ago
    • daniel larr
      daniel larr

      I got my 4 door nissan titan xd for 34 new, yeah only bad thing if the fuel economy but its a truck pussies, a chevy or a ford is doubles its priced and in 2 yeara theyre not even worth half the price, toyota and nissan are the best trucks

      about 16 days ago
    • Time Traveler
      Time Traveler

      Don't buy anything GM or GMC , they start falling apart around 30,000 or so . I have a GMC Denali , front trans Axle blew out at 32,000 or so , traction / stability control senor is faulty ( same time but they want a extra 3 to 4 hundred to replace it , Just broke 36,000 and the dash has cracked , Specialty Chromes wheels it came with are peeling off chrome like a cheaply painted old house . Truck hasn't done decent days work in its life . Been extremely Pampered and cared for . High test Gas always , best synthetic oil , K & N air Filter . washed and waxed , Everyone who see it says nice looking truck , which it is , but it whats under neither that really counts . Not reliable nor dependable . I have no faith in it to pull anything , afraid something else will blow out or up . So why have a vehicle hard on gas , that can't do what its made for ! Buyer Be Ware is all I can say , GM / GMC isn't worth the money , JMO

      about 19 days ago
    • Toyota Prius
      Toyota Prius

      That Voodoo Blue is just so stunning

      about 22 days ago
    • joe momma
      joe momma

      Should had the ecodiesel there.

      about 25 days ago
    • cameron burke
      cameron burke

      I'm a Ram fan and I think the Toyota deserved to get higher than that

      about 28 days ago
    • Jeremy Toms
      Jeremy Toms

      All are good trucks. A Denali, with its price tag, should always win. If you go off-road, you're buying either Toyota or a Titan. The TRD-Pro Tundra has gone a bit too far where it shouldn't be (as that space is occupied by the 4Runner and Taco). Nissan seems to have the best compromise when off-road is required. Great part of Ontario!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Thomas Mattson
      Thomas Mattson

      You need to take into account reliability. Locking diffs, minimal off-road, winter driving, and more than one hour of hard washboard to test the shocks. Without those, the rating is minimally helpful. Ford then Toyota, then Ram for reliability. All very good. GMC and Chevy bad. The other truck I don't know. Offroad. Toyota, and then the rest. GMC could never be number one. I which it was, but the reliability sucks. In essence what truck would you take form Death Valey to Alaska in the middle of winter? For me Toyota, Ford, then Ram. Ford might be the most reliable.

      about 1 month ago
    • ModernMuscleCar

      Wow the most expensive truck won. Then the second most expensive truck finished 2nd. You should have done a little off road where the Titan and Tundra are superior to a Denali. And really a Denali competing in this ffs its what a hundred grand here?

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris Legare
      Chris Legare

      gm: "send them the best we got so we prove we are the best". ford "send them the little diesel we dont need to prove shit".

      about 1 month ago
    • Donald Pickowicz
      Donald Pickowicz

      I’d rather see more of the same style trucks in the comparisons, you have crew cabs and quad cabs, both usually have different towing ratios, 6.2’s instead of the 5.3’s and so on. I love your videos and have even based buying vehicles on them. I know it’s what you get from the manufacturers but would be nice to see “apples for apples” when really going for these types of comparisons. Love the videos though and thank you for all the info.

      about 1 month ago
    • Anthony Murphy
      Anthony Murphy

      I thought you were going to include an off road test, why have a truck if the princesses stay clean!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Kelly Fontes
      Kelly Fontes

      Should of had one Chevy with a 5.3 and GM with the 6.2

      about 1 month ago
    • Trevor Steele
      Trevor Steele

      I wanna see base models the cheapest from every brand

      about 1 month ago
    • Toofast For you
      Toofast For you

      Chevy is by far the ugliest one followed by gmc Nissan and Toyota Ram and ford the best

      about 1 month ago
    • demonhnter saoud
      demonhnter saoud

      Actually ram should be first in my opinion

      about 1 month ago
    • Aaron Runco
      Aaron Runco

      I love the video but I was trying to follow your math for the comparable mpg. How did you get those numbers. If I add of the other three numbers and then divide by 3. The math doesn’t work. Or am I missing something in how your averages are calculated.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andy's Shop
      Andy's Shop

      Chevy silverado may not be the best selling but its the most dependable. I also like the Tundra.

      about 1 month ago
    • FreddyXP
      FreddyXP In reply to Andy's Shop

      My only issue with chevy is their ABS/traction control going out years later, normally the first thing that happens when keeping a GM truck longterm

      about 1 month ago
    • Hayden Schneider
      Hayden Schneider

      Booooo, gmcs trucks are ugly now. Ram all the way. I will never buy a gmc or Chevy till they come out with a all new truck again if I like it. But I will go with ram every single time, they’ve never let me down!! So before I buy any other truck I will be getting ram ever time!!! Ram ram ram!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Greg

      I have a 6.2 Denali , but I wonder how the 500 hp EcoBoost limited would have done, would have gave the GMC a run for its $. Great day to drive a truck.

      about 1 month ago
    • Steve Ernest
      Steve Ernest

      What about a review based on longevity. Average issues and cost to maintain after 1 year, 3 years, 5 years, 7 years, etc... What’s the most reliable manufacturer? That’s all we want to know.

      about 1 month ago
    • Travis Sloas
      Travis Sloas

      Like... I know you said this but yeah the Denali would win in that line up. There was a v6 Ford in the mix lol like these are not all the same and the manufacturers should have positioned your team with a better sample of their brand.

      about 2 months ago
    • Allen Calk
      Allen Calk

      That's one of the best and most useful review videos I've ever seen. Thank you!!!! PS. I hope I can find the same video for 3/4 tons. Lol

      about 2 months ago