Ford Truck Lineup

The Award Winning Ford F-150

Overview: All-new, the F-150's personality runs the gamut from a stripped work truck, off-road warrior to a luxury-laden high-tech family hauler. Given its many different personas, it's hard to summarize the broad scope of its capabilities, except to say, there's bound to be one you fall in love with. 

Trims: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited 


  • New gas-electric hybrid generates 430 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque, returns an EPA-rated fuel economy of 24 mpg and can tow 12,700 pounds. 
  • Can be used as a mobile office. Its center armrest converts to a flat work surface, with a large storage bin for hanging files. A 400-watt outlet can run office equipment. 
  • Available Pro Power Onboard generator provides up to 7.2 kilowatts of power with enough juice to run a grill, a smoker, a flatscreen TV, and speakers - or recharge multiple tools simultaneously. 
  • New reclining seat option folds flat to nearly 180 degrees - perfect for a quick nap.

Ford Super Duty Workhorse

Overview: This is the truck America turns to when the heavy lifting starts, with as much as 1,050 pound-feet of torque, 7,850-pound payload capacity and the ability to tow up to 37,000 pounds. All come with rear- or all-wheel drive in two-door Regular Cab, SuperCab extended cab, and Super Cab crew cab. 

Trims: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited 


• If you need to tow, this is the Ford that effortlessly gets the job done. It makes towing a stress-free experience. 

• Surprisingly smooth and refined for a heavy-duty pickup, particularly the dually. 

• Pro Trailer Backup Assist makes backing a trailer as easy as makes as turning a knob and watching the screen. 

• Optional factory-installed integrated winch by Warn, with 12,000 pounds of winching power.


Super Duty Ford F-250 vs F-350

You've decided the F-150 just simply isn't enough, but now aren't sure what Super Duty is best for you. Visually, these trucks are nearly identical, with the main differences in hauling and towing capacity. 

The main difference you'll find between the F-250 and the F-350 is towing capacity. The F-250 maxes out at 18,500 pounds where as the F-350 can pull double that at 37,000 pounds. The F-350 is also available with dual rear wheels - "dually" configuration - where as the the F-250 is not. 

Ford Ranger

Overview: Offered in two body styles and two bed lengths, the Ranger's tidy size, and muscular - yet fuel-efficient - turbo four makes for a winning combination against larger trucks. Of course, it has the tech you need to stay connected, and a number of appearance packages that give this workhorse that final distinctive touch. 

Trims: XL, XLT and Lariat 


  • New Tremor Off-Road Package transforms it into an off-road ready Ranger.
  • As much as 51.8 cubic feet of cargo capacity, 1,650-pound payload capacity and 7,500-pound towing rating - impressive numbers for its size.
  • Its EcoBoost 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic produce 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, while returning up to 26 mpg in highway driving.
  • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking.