Starting at
EPA -Est. City/Hwy
Standard 12.3/9.4 L/100km
Seating for
Yesterday’s meaning of tough — heavy strength — has changed forever with high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy replacing conventional steel in the cab/bed of the stronger yet lighter Ford F-150. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy — the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. Idea became reality with new computer-aided design technology followed by F-150 prototypes subjected to over 16 million cumulative kilometres of torturous testing on Ford proving grounds and real world job sites. Today, yesterday’s old meaning of tough lies far behind in the F-150 driver’s rearview mirror.


High-Strength, Military-Grade, Aluminum-Alloy Body
Doing something the right way often results in multiple benefits. Case in point: going from steel to high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloys in the F-150 cab and bed. Hardening aluminum alloy through heat-treating produces greater strength. Working with aluminum alloy also allows engineers to increase gauge (or thickness) where needed to achieve extra strength without increasing weight. The stronger F-150 weighs up to 700 pounds less than the previous generation, resulting in greater power-to-weight ratio, enhanced fuel efficiency, plus higher max payload and tow ratings that are best-in-class*. Yet another benefit — resistance to dents and corrosion.


Engine lineup more potent than ever. Diesel coming.
Ford engineers constantly work to make the F-150 pickup better every year and push the competition even harder to try to keep up on the performance front. There are five engine choices, naturally aspirated and turbocharged, including the awesome high-output 3.5L EcoBoost® in the Baja-bred F-150 Raptor. Auto Start-Stop Technology is on all engines. And more engines feature the segment-exclusive* 10-speed automatic. Even bigger F-150 news coming down the road is the new 3.0L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel (available Spring 2018).


Lots of ways to maximize top-rated F-150 capability.
Ford F-150 delivers best-in-class payload and tow ratings. And the F-150 can be equipped to smooth out the toughest of workdays and make every job as productive as possible. Choose from the many features available on no other half-ton pickup— among them the innovative available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, integrated tailgate step and remote tailgate release, as well as deployable box side steps. It’s no wonder, when it comes to capability, the competition is always in a scramble to follow the leader, the Ford F-150.


Working harder to help you work smarter.
Tough jobs require trucks that can take all the dirt and heat thrown at them — and then some. But while your truck must be built to work hard, you can work smart. That’s why Ford engineers have gone to great lengths to make the current generation of the F-150 so easy to operate, whether you’re inside the cab or working out of the pickup bed. F-Series offers a broad range of available features from the integrated tailgate step and deployable box steps to the 360-degree camera, SYNC® 3 , and SYNC® Connect. So you can work smarter, more productively.

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