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Top Speed : 120 mph | HP : 450 hp | EPA : 23/25 mpg | Zero to 60 mph : 5.1 sec

Latest generation Ford F-Series was introduced for the 2015 model year. Largely previewed by the Ford Atlas concept vehicle at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, the new design marked several extensive changes to the F-Series design. In the interest of fuel economy, Ford designers reduced curb weight of the F-150 by nearly 750 pounds, without physically altering its exterior footprint. To allow for such a massive weight reduction, nearly every body panel was switched from steel to aluminum (with the exception of the firewall); the frame itself remains high-strength steel. To prove the durability of the aluminum-intensive design, during the development of the latest generation F-Series, Ford entered camouflaged prototypes into the Baja 1000 endurance race (where the vehicles finished). The 2015 F-150 was the first pickup truck with adaptive cruise control, which uses radar sensors on the front of the vehicle to maintain a set following distance between it and the vehicle ahead of it, decreasing speed if necessary.

The 3.7L V6 was dropped, replaced by a 3.5L V6 as the standard engine, with a 2.7L EcoBoost V6 added alongside the 3.5L EcoBoost V6. While the 6.2L V8 was withdrawn, the 5.0L V8 continued as an option, with a 6-speed automatic as the sole transmission.

For the 2018 model year, the Ford F-150 underwent a mid-cycle redesign, being revealed at the 2017 New York International Auto Show. Following the introduction of the 2017 Super Duty model line, the F-Series (F-150 through F-550 and Ford Raptor) are again manufactured using a common cab (for the first time since 1996). For 2018, the F-150 shifted from the long-running 3-bar design used on Ford trucks to the 2-bar design that debuted on the 2017 Super Duty model line. The powertrain underwent several revisions, as the 3.5L V6 was replaced by a 3.3L V6 mated to a 6 speed transmission. The EcoBoost V6 engines and 5.0L V8 engines were fitted with a 10-speed automatic (from the Raptor) and stop-start capability (previously only from the 2.7L EcoBoost). In 2018, a PowerStroke diesel engine was fitted to the F-150 for the first time, as Ford introduced a 250 hp 3.0L twin-turbocharged V6 (from the "Lion" lineup of engines shared by PSA Peugeot Citroën and Jaguar Land Rover).

Safety and driver assistance features improved and added for the 2018 model year include Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection and Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go.

The crew-cab version of the 2018 F-150 reclaimed an IIHS Top Safety Pick rating.

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Engine 82%

The standard engine in the 2019 Ford F-150 is the 3.3L Ti-VCT V6, which generates 290 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque. Buyers of the F-150 can also choose one of the three efficient and powerful EcoBoost engines, including the 2.7L EcoBoost V6 (325-hp; 400 lb-ft of torque), 3.5L EcoBoost (375-hp; 470 lb-ft of torque), and High Output 3.5L EcoBoost V6 (450-hp; 510 lb-ft of torque). The 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 churns out 395 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque, while the 3.0L Power Stroke V6 Turbo Diesel delivers 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque.

Winter Handling 71%

We’ll cut to the chase right away; the Ford F-150 is very capable of driving through snow. If you find yourself on a snowy and icy road in your F-150, you shouldn’t have much to worry about. Even though the F-150’s handling in the snow and ice is pristine, there are a couple things you can do to ensure maximum traction.
In addition to the stronger drivetrain, all-season tires can help your winter driving. Unlike the more common all-terrain tires, all-season tires are designed to withstand the rain, snow, heat, cold, and everything else the seasons throw at us. All-terrain tires are great for off-roading and adventurous drivers, but all-season tires might be more practical and helpful in the winter.

Interior 89%

No matter how many people you have in your truck, you’ll want to make sure that they have enough space. In the front row of all three styles of the Ford F-150, passengers will find 40.8, 66.7, 62.5, and 43.9 inches of head, shoulder, hip, and leg room. When you add in the second row for the SuperCab and SuperCrew, rear-seat passengers will find 40.3 or 40.4 inches of head room, 65.8 or 65.9 inches of shoulder room, 64.7 inches of hip room, and 33.5 or 43.6 inches of leg room.

Exterior 94%

The Ford truck has gone through many style changes throughout the years, even with these changes Ford has managed to retain its loyal customer base time and again. We know Ford truck owners love their pickups, and we want to help all of them make their truck look the best it can. We carry stylish bug deflectors in smoke and chrome finishes as well as tail light and headlight covers to match. Checkout our selection of bull bars and brush guards for extra front-end protection or a set of running boards to make getting into your Ford truck a whole lot easier. Autotrucks is your source for Ford F-Series exterior truck accessories.


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General :
~243.7 in
~105.9 in
~76.9 in
~4,613 lbs
Fuel Delivery
Electronic 10-speed automatic

Performance :
Horsepower (SAE net@rpm)
0-60 mph
5.1 secs
Top Speed
120 mph
Compression ratio
Valve operation
Roller Finger Follower




Pricing for January, 2019

2019 F-150 XL

$ 28,155

Starting at

Seating for 6

  • 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 Engine
  • Grille - Black Two-Bar Style with Black Nostrils
  • Rear View Camera with Dynamic Hitch Assist

2019 F-150 XLT

$ 34,160

Starting at

Seating for 6

  • Grille - Chrome Two-Bar Style with Chrome Nostrils
  • 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 Engine
  • 17-Inch Silver-Painted Aluminum Wheels

2019 F-150 LARIAT

$ 41,700

Starting at

Seating for 6

  • 2.7L EcoBoost@ V6 Engine
  • Electronic 10-Speed Transmission with Tow/Haul Mode
  • SYNC@ 3

2019 F-150 King Ranch®

$ 52,390

Starting at

Seating for 5

  • 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 Engine
  • Grille - Chrome Two-Bar Style
  • B&O™ Sound System by Bang & Olufsen

2019 F-150 Platinum

$ 54,920

Starting at

Seating for 5

  • Grille - Satin Chrome Two-Bar Style
  • 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 Engine
  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Inform System) with Cross-Traffic Alert

2019 F-150 Limited

$ 67,135

Starting at

Seating for 5

  • High-Output 3.5L V6 EcoBoost
  • Twin Panel Moonroof (SuperCrew®)
  • Grille - Satin Finish Main Bars with Chrome Minor Bars

2019 F-150 Raptor

$ 52,855

Starting at

Seating for 6

  • Available Beadlock-Capable Wheels
  • Blue Accent Package
  • FOX Live Valve Shocks

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are all new F-150s aluminum?

    To lighten the F-150 and make it fuel efficient, the body of the new F-150s are made of aluminum. This is a departure from the all-steel composition that marked the F-150 during its 37 years as America’s best-selling vehicle. This will make the F-150 “future proof” and better able to meet rising fuel-efficiency standards.

  • How reliable is the F-150?

    While the F-150 once topped the list in reliability, it has slipped somewhat on its way to 2006, where engine and mechanical breakdowns spoiled the sale king’s record. Since 2007, the F-150 has maintained above-average reliability, per J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study rating.

  • What is EcoBoost?

    EcoBoost is the name of Ford and Mazda’s turbocharged, direct-injection engines. EcoBoost engines can deliver 30 percent better fuel efficiency and 15 percent fewer greenhouse emissions, compared to similar engines.