Lariat 4x4 SuperCrew Cab Styleside 5.5 ft. box 145 in. WB
2019 Ford F-150

2019 F-150 Photos
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Autoblog Rating

Solid tech, good fuel economy and a wide variety of powertrains. So-so styling and an aging interior leave it trailing newer competition.

Industry
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The F-Series pickup trucks are Ford's golden goose, having just marked an incredible 42 straight years as the top-selling pickup in the United States and the 37th year as the best-selling vehicle of any kind. It's a remarkable streak for one of the longest-running models in the automotive world, with the F-Series dating back all the way to 1948. The 2019 Ford F-150 has some heady competition from brand-new Ram and GM full-size pickups, but that hasn't slowed things down for Ford. Even as the F-150 ages — it hasn't been fully redesigned since 2015 — we still find it to be a fantastic choice for those in the truck market. What's new for 2019? Changes are minor for the 2019 F-150, but there are a couple of note. The Raptor engine has been made available in the maximum-luxury Limited trim. That means you can now have 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque in an F-150 that isn't an off-road beast. The F-150 XLT trim also adds Sync 3 to the list of standard equipment, which means it gets the 8-inch touchscreen now. %Slideshow-1035091% What's the F-150's interior and in-car technology like? The 2019 Ford F-150 interior ranges broadly in materials and technology throughout the many trims. Straight lines and angles remain all the way to the expensive Limited trim — the styling truly captures the "truck persona." All the big buttons, switches and simple layout look and feel proper on the truck, and there aren't any weird interior gimmicks. Each trim level improves on the one below it, ranging from rubber floor mats and vinyl seats to thick carpet, real wood and leather covering everything. There are even three high-luxury trims in the King Ranch, Platinum and Limited, which really just differ in the fanciness and look of their interior materials and in how much equipment is standard. Ford can't match the Ram's optional 12-inch screen, but it has a responsive 8-inch touchscreen, running the Sync 3 tech interface that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Sync 3 works well enough, and is probably one of the simpler and cleaner infotainment interfaces out there. If you plan on towing, then you'll enjoy the F-150's Trailer Backup Assist that allows you to travel in reverse with a trailer through a simple knob interface on the dash. No more figuring out which way to counterintuitively turn the steering wheel. How big is the F-150? Ford makes the F-150 in three body styles: Regular cab, SuperCab and SuperCrew. The SuperCab with an 8-foot bed is the longest F-150 you can buy, measuring in at 250.5 inches. You'll be sacrificing interior space that way — as in other extended cabs, the back seat's cramped legroom and upright backrest is best suited for occasional short trips. The F-150 SuperCab also utilizes annoying clamshell doors rather than the regular front-hinged doors found on rival trucks with similar-length cabs. The SuperCrew does have regular doors and obviously provides the most interior room. Nobody will …
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The F-Series pickup trucks are Ford's golden goose, having just marked an incredible 42 straight years as the top-selling pickup in the United States and the 37th year as the best-selling vehicle of any kind. It's a remarkable streak for one of the longest-running models in the automotive world, with the F-Series dating back all the way to 1948. The 2019 Ford F-150 has some heady competition from brand-new Ram and GM full-size pickups, but that hasn't slowed things down for Ford. Even as the F-150 ages — it hasn't been fully redesigned since 2015 — we still find it to be a fantastic choice for those in the truck market. What's new for 2019? Changes are minor for the 2019 F-150, but there are a couple of note. The Raptor engine has been made available in the maximum-luxury Limited trim. That means you can now have 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque in an F-150 that isn't an off-road beast. The F-150 XLT trim also adds Sync 3 to the list of standard equipment, which means it gets the 8-inch touchscreen now. %Slideshow-1035091% What's the F-150's interior and in-car technology like? The 2019 Ford F-150 interior ranges broadly in materials and technology throughout the many trims. Straight lines and angles remain all the way to the expensive Limited trim — the styling truly captures the "truck persona." All the big buttons, switches and simple layout look and feel proper on the truck, and there aren't any weird interior gimmicks. Each trim level improves on the one below it, ranging from rubber floor mats and vinyl seats to thick carpet, real wood and leather covering everything. There are even three high-luxury trims in the King Ranch, Platinum and Limited, which really just differ in the fanciness and look of their interior materials and in how much equipment is standard. Ford can't match the Ram's optional 12-inch screen, but it has a responsive 8-inch touchscreen, running the Sync 3 tech interface that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Sync 3 works well enough, and is probably one of the simpler and cleaner infotainment interfaces out there. If you plan on towing, then you'll enjoy the F-150's Trailer Backup Assist that allows you to travel in reverse with a trailer through a simple knob interface on the dash. No more figuring out which way to counterintuitively turn the steering wheel. How big is the F-150? Ford makes the F-150 in three body styles: Regular cab, SuperCab and SuperCrew. The SuperCab with an 8-foot bed is the longest F-150 you can buy, measuring in at 250.5 inches. You'll be sacrificing interior space that way — as in other extended cabs, the back seat's cramped legroom and upright backrest is best suited for occasional short trips. The F-150 SuperCab also utilizes annoying clamshell doors rather than the regular front-hinged doors found on rival trucks with similar-length cabs. The SuperCrew does have regular doors and obviously provides the most interior room. Nobody will …
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Retail Price

$47,985 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 2.7LV-6
MPG 19 City / 24 Hwy
Seating 6 Passengers
Transmission 10-spd w/OD
Power 325 @ 5000 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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