The F-Series pickup is the best-selling vehicle in America, but Ford Motor Co. isn’t about to stand pat in the face of tougher competition from General Motors Corp., Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. New F-150 features more aggressive look, more room for passengers and cargo. To hold ground – and perhaps even increase its volume a tad – Ford will offer a completely re-engineered and restyled F-150 for ’04. Taking its public bow at the Detroit auto show, the new F-150 ...
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