For decades, the Ford F-Series has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States across all segments. That level of success has established a legacy of power and durability for the pickup trucks that make the F-Series lineup.
The F-Series doesn’t show any signs of stopping either, especially with the latest additions to Ford’s pickup lineup. Between the 2018 Ford F-150, Ford Super Duty F-250, Ford Super Duty F-350, and Ford Super Duty F-450, it would appear that Ford is ready for another record sales year.
2018 Ford F-150
The most popular entry in the Ford F-Series of trucks would undoubtedly have to be the legendary Ford F-150. The 2018 iteration of the F-150 still delivers the same amount of power as before, but with added efficiency, courtesy of its high-strength aluminum exterior.
In fact, the 2018 FordF-150 achieves a fuel economy of 19 mpg in the city, and 25 mpg on the highway.* That will get drivers to their destination without as many gas station stops along the way.
2018 Ford Super Duty F-250
The most affordable entry in the Ford Super Duty lineup, the FordSuper Duty F-250 is ready to tackle any tasks smaller trucks may struggle with. The F-250 delivers 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque thanks to its 6.2-liter V8 engine.
2018 Ford Super Duty F-350
The Ford Super Duty F-350 takes everything that the F-250 can do and goes the extra mile. Not only is it more optimized for heavy-duty tasks, but it also includes features like a Universal Garage Door Opener that the F-250 ultimately lacks.
2018 Ford Super Duty F-450
Of course, for the most power from the Super Duty family of pickups, drivers will want to choose the 2018 FordSuper Duty F-450. It comes standard with a 6.7-liter Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel engine model capable of producing 450 horsepower and 935 lb-ft of torque.
Furthermore, drivers can upgrade their Super Duty trucks to premium trim levels like the King Ranch® to access some of Ford’s best technologies and features. To find out which Ford truck best fits your needs, be sure to stop into Sanderson Ford.
*EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.