2018 Ford F-150’s Upgrades Further Widen Its Lead

One of the reasons competing truck makers haven’t been able to dethrone the Ford F-150 for the past forty years is because of the automaker’s unwavering commitment to innovation. They roll out new features almost yearly, and the 2018 truck is no exception. Now featuring a different front fascia for every trim a la the new Super Duty, there are visual changes to enjoy, as well.

The unique looks won’t just differentiate models, but further distance the lead over the competition. Supported by class-exclusive features ranging from LED bed lighting to unique assistance features for hitching and guiding trailers, it still has them beat on owning work. Although the F-150 isn’t the first to offer a diesel, it will boast class-leading torque and towing when it arrives next spring. Furthermore, every engine has been upgraded in some way—with last year’s new 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 being the notable exception. Until the diesel arrives, it will top its class for torque and towing with 470 lb-ft and 12,200 lbs.

Arriving this autumn, the 2018 F-150 will continue to offer the best tech and power you can find in a half-ton pickup. But with so much variety, which will you choose? Let our Ford dealership in Brighton, CO help, and contact our sales team at your convenience.

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