Ford F-150 Model
Representing the best-selling vehicles in the United States since 1981, Ford Motor Company has manufactured and marketed the trucks since 1948. Primarily made up of full-size pickups, the lineup includes both chassis-cab and commercial-grade vehicles. The best-selling pickup since 1977 as well as the best-selling vehicle in Canada, the crown jewel in the lineup from Ford is their consumer-class light-duty pickup, the F-150 which has been evolved over thirteen generations. For over 30 years, the F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States.
Over the years, Ford has introduced many variations on their best-selling truck—from high performance to off-road focused and luxury editions—but no matter the dressing and ornament, beneath the surface the F-150s robust and reliable nature carries it forward.
According to Ford, there are more F-Series trucks still in use with more than 250,000 miles than any other truck. Reliability is one of the primary reasons Ford has been able to keep their F-150 in the top spot year after year.
Newly redesigned turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine paired with a new 10-speed transmission for efficiency and power.
Sync 3 Infotainment system, new 20-inch wheels, fuel-prep package and the Pro Trailer Backup Assist
Features a redesigned frame and aluminum body with new engines and high tech interior options.
New grille, HID headlights with new 17-inch wheels and power telescoping and folding trailer side mirrors available.
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Awards & Recognition for the Ford F-150
- Motor Trend 2009 Truck of the Year Award
- 2009 Best Redesigned Vehicle from Kelley Blue Book
- “Best overall half-ton pickup” from PickupTrucks.com
- Automotive Excellence Award in the Workhorse Category from Popular Mechanics
- “Top safety pick” from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
- Residual Value Award from Automotive Leasing Guide (ALG)
- Motor Trend’s Truck Trend Top 5 Pickups from Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA)