Ford Releases Full Details For Gas-Powered 2018 F-150 Models

Where the most popular midsize sedans sell 300,000 units or more in a year, over 820,000 examples of the F-150 were sold last year. That makes it the bestselling vehicle in America, and made the mid-cycle changes to the 2018 Ford F-150 that much more important. Now, reviewers are sampling the gas-powered versions—the full specs having just been released—and are quite impressed.

We expect the figures for the forthcoming turbodiesel V6 (coming next spring) to be released early next year at the latest. But for now, one thing is clear—the 2018 F-150 has managed to raise the bar. The new unique grille designs are drawing praise, as have the updates to every engine for power and efficiency. Although no changes were made to the twin-turbo V6 that is standard on Limited models, it can now tow up to 13,200 lbs. depending on the configuration. Select models will also get a Bang & Olufsen sound system, standard ten-speed automatic transmission, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi.

Watch the video above to learn the top five changes to America’s mightiest and most popular half-ton pickup. If that entices you into a test drive, it arrives in a few short months! Contact our Ford dealership in De Soto, TX to set up a test drive appointment.

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