• The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
  • The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.
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The 2018 F-150 body is up to 700 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, made of high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy. 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. Beneath this aluminum-alloy body is a fully boxed frame made of up to 78 percent high-strength steel. The F-150 boats a powerful 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 with port fuel and direct injection (PFDI). This second-generation EcoBoost is rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Auto Start-Stop Technology is a feature on all F-150 engines. When you come to a stop, the engine shuts off to save fuel and restarts immediately when the brake is released. Designed smart for truck applications, Auto Start-Stop deactivates when it wouldn’t be needed such as when you’re towing a trailer or running in 4-wheel drive. With an available SYNC Connect - equipped vehicle, you can use FordPass to track your vehicle’s location and remotely access vehicle features, such as start, lock and unlock, and vehicle status, including fuel level. The F-150 provides lots of places to store the assortment of things you carry inside the cab. You’ll also find plenty of space to stow items in the door-trim panel bins and under-seat rear storage area — there’s even space for a laptop inside the available flow-through center console.

Vehicle Features

  • Engine Description: Twin Turbo Regular Unleaded V-6 3.5 L/213
  • Drivetrain: 4WD
  • EPA-Est City*: 15
  • EPA-Est Highway*: 18
  • Wheelbase Code: 145

Vehicle Details

  • TWIN PANEL MOONROOF
  • SECOND-ROW HEATED SEATS
  • RAPTOR TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE -inc: Lane-Keeping System lane departure warning Adaptive Cruise Control w/Collision Mitigation Auto High Beam rain sensing wipers
  • EXTERIOR GRAPHICS PACKAGE
  • TAILGATE STEP W/TAILGATE LIFT ASSIST
  • HOOD GRAPHICS PACKAGE
  • TRANSMISSION: ELECTRONIC 10-SPEED AUTOMATIC -inc: terrain management modes: normal/baja/rock crawl/sport/mud-sand/wet-snow and tow-haul mode (STD)
  • WHEELS: 17" FORGED ALUMINUM BEAD-LOCK CAPABLE -inc: same spare
  • RUBY RED METALLIC TINTED CLEARCOAT
  • SPRAY-IN BEDLINER (PRE-INSTALLED) -inc: Custom Accessory
  • ENGINE: 3.5L V6 ECOBOOST HIGH OUTPUT -inc: auto start-stop technology (STD)
  • CARBON FIBER PACKAGE -inc: unique carbon fiber dash and door appliques and media bin door Unique Carbon Fiber Shift Knob
  • Turbocharged
  • Locking/Limited Slip Differential
  • Four Wheel Drive
  • Tow Hitch
  • Power Steering
  • ABS
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Brake Assist
  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Tires - Front All-Terrain
  • Tires - Rear All-Terrain
  • Conventional Spare Tire
  • Tow Hooks
  • Power Mirror(s)
  • Rear Defrost
  • Intermittent Wipers
  • Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers
  • Privacy Glass
  • Running Boards/Side Steps
  • Power Door Locks
  • Fog Lamps
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Automatic Headlights
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • CD Player
  • Satellite Radio
  • MP3 Player
  • Auxiliary Audio Input
  • Steering Wheel Audio Controls
  • Bluetooth Connection
  • Smart Device Integration
  • Power Driver Seat
  • Driver Adjustable Lumbar
  • Passenger Adjustable Lumbar
  • Adjustable Steering Wheel
  • Trip Computer
  • Power Windows
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Keyless Entry
  • Cruise Control
  • A/C
  • Pass-Through Rear Seat
  • Cloth Seats
  • Bucket Seats
  • Rear Bench Seat
  • Driver Vanity Mirror
  • Passenger Vanity Mirror
  • Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
  • Floor Mats
  • Engine Immobilizer
  • Security System
  • Traction Control
  • Stability Control
  • Front Side Air Bag
  • Rear Parking Aid
  • Tire Pressure Monitor
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag Sensor
  • Front Head Air Bag
  • Rear Head Air Bag
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Back-Up Camera

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Jim Snead Ford 2401 W Main St, Waynesboro, VA 22980

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