The all-new 2021 Ford F-150 is redesigned to be tougher and smarter than ever before. With its available 3.5L PowerBoost engine, it's targeted to be the most powerful truck in its class for towing and payload. Expect it to be new from grille to tailgate for 2021. If you’re in the Colorado area, don’t pass up a chance to take a look at Ford’s newly redesigned Ford F-150 at Brighton Ford.
Like most pickup trucks, the Ford F-150 comes in a dazzling array of trim levels and configurations. You can choose between everything from bare-bones workhorses to truly luxurious pickups. Here we look at the Texas-inspired King Ranch and the opulent Platinum. Both boast all-leather heated seats inside, host a ton of tech features, and drip with chrome.
There are plenty of automakers who'd love a bigger slice of the lucrative full-size pickup truck market, but our big domestic manufacturers continue to rule supreme. Toyota is one of those trying to pinch sales from the usual suspects so let's see how the Toyota Tundra measures up to America's favorite vehicle of all: the 2018 Ford F-150.
If you're reading this, you're wondering if you should be the best or the best of the best. The F-150 Platinum is a feat of luxurious design while the Limited might make you forget you're driving a pickup, until you check your rearview mirror and see the trailer in tow.
With so much all-around goodness, you might wonder if the 2018 Ford F-150 is pickup perfection.
For full-size power and utility, you can't beat modern pickup trucks like the 2018 Ford F-150 and Ram 1500.
It's a good time to be a truck owner. Trucks are selling better and boast better reviews than ever before. Ford moved more than a million F-150s last year. The Silverado and the mechanically identical GMC Sierra together sold almost as many. The horsepower and torque of these work machines continues to smash records--and that's not to mention their multiplying creature comforts and tech options, which has led to a dizzying array of options
Midsize pickups are becoming increasingly popular, so let's put one of them to the ultimate test by pitting the Toyota Tacoma head-to-head against the all-conquering 2018 Ford F-150.
Every year, a slew of pickup truck models try to knock the Ford F-150 from the top of the lists. But critics and buyers continue to praise and prefer the F-150, and once you start looking at it, it's not hard to see why.
In this comparison guide, we'll put the 2018 Ford F-150 next to the Chevrolet Colorado of the same model year. One thing becomes immediately apparent. The Ford F-150 is taller, wider, and, in some cabin configurations, much longer.
**Demonstrator Vehicles and out of service loaner vehicles, are still eligible for applicable new retail rebates and incentives. These vehicles are no longer considered new as they have been driven as demonstrators or have served in our service loaner fleet. The manufacturer Warranty of these vehicles may be different than the manufacturer of a similar new vehicle and may include more or less coverage depending on its use and Ford’s current policies. Please consult your dealer for current details of the warranty and incentives.
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