Legendary Ford F-150 is back for 2018 with available Diesel
It’s the top selling vehicle in North America for good reason and the new 2018 Ford F150 has some additional features that enhance the reason for buying a full size pick-up.
Built with a cab and box fabricated from high-strength military grade aluminum alloys, the F-150 is up to 700 pounds lighter than previous versions resulting in better fuel economy, greater towing and payload capacities, faster acceleration and enhanced handling and brake responsiveness.
New for 2018, there are exterior styling modifications that run through the entire lineup from the base XL edition to the top-trim Limited edition.
A new grille and headlights tweak the truck’s appearance for a unique new exterior focus on detail and six all-new wheel designs ranging from 17 to 22 inches make their debut.
The F-150 has become a legend when it comes to pick-up trucks for good reason.
When it comes to power, the F-150 has a range of options and some new additions for 2018.
There is a standard 3.3 L Ti-VCT V6, a 2.7 L EcoBoost, a 5.0 L VI, and a 3.5L EcoBoost – all are paired with a 10-speed transmission for improved acceleration and performance.
New this year, Ford has announced the F-150 will be available with a 3.0 L Power Stoke Diesel engine with superior torque for when pulling a trailer.
On the inside, driver comfort is the number one priority. You may be driving a truck but it is designed to feel like you are riding in a luxury sedan.
Keeping pace with current technology, there are many interior option to choose from that will enhance your driving experience.
From available 360 degree camera with a split-view display and available 8-inch productivity screen to a remote tailgate release, this truck is designed to make many jobs that much easier.
The F-150 has earned its legendary status from decades of design and engineering.
The 2018 model surpasses what anyone can hope for in a pick-up truck.
Combine solid engineering with attention to fuel economy and the F-150 is a winner.
Written by Brian Lockhart