Take a Look at The Brand New 2020 Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 is the most popular and highest-selling vehicle in all of the United States. Drivers love the F-150’s drivability along with a cabin that sports some of the top technology on the market. The added benefit of being to travel through the wilderness leaves no doubt as to why this is the top-selling vehicle in the country.

The Ford F-150 continues to outsell every vehicle in the country. Drivers love the F-150’s class-leading performance and tech-filled cabin. Plus, America’s favorite full-size pickup truck is an extremely capable off-road machine.

The trims differ from the standard XL that is just under $29,000 while the Limited trim costs over $67,000.

The basic engine that comes with the trust is a V6 that allows the driver to utilize 290 horsepower and 265 pounds of torque. The next engine to upgrade to is a 2.7-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost v6 engine. With 325 horsepower this is quite a step up. The diesel Powerstroke engine allows for 250 horsepower.

The F-150 popularity is no wonder when you hear the roar of the V8 engine. This engine has 395 horsepower but for those looking for efficiency, the EcoBoost 3.5-liter engine allows for 450 horsepower which is incredible. The maximum towing capacity being over 13,000 pounds helps it stand out from others.

The truck is going to be perfect whether you are driving on the highway or in a crowded city. The turning radius is reasonable which allows the truck to handle almost like a sedan. There is an optional off-road package for those that want to test the limits of their truck out in the wild. The F-150 Raptor is second to none when riding on the trail but can come at a premium price.


Gas Mileage
The truck is not like others in its class as it can easily be used to drive daily with an average of 22 miles per gallon in the city. For those that drive predominantly on the highway, you can expect around 30 miles per gallon.

This truck is efficient enough to be your primary daily driver. Expect models equipped with the base V6 engine to return a combined 22 mpg on regular unleaded. Stepping up to the 2.7L EcoBoost engine slightly improves gas mileage to combined 23 mpg. For the larger engines, the gas mileage goes down on the highway to around 25 miles per gallon. The Raptor is the worst on gas with it only giving a driver 16 miles to the gallon.

Entertainment and Safety
The touchscreen display also sports a navigation system with a quality sound system to boot. Your truck can be turned into a Wi-Fi hotspot and will be able to support up to 10 devices. The truck did well in the crash tests it has been given and even has automated parallel parking assist. Forward collision warning and automated emergency braking both come standard regardless of trim.

The F-150 does deliver on quality and a great driving experience. You have to keep in mind that depending on the trim this truck can be extremely expensive for some budgets.