2022 Ford F-150

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 Editors' Pick
Autoblog Rating
8.5

The F-150 is the best all-around truck lineup in the half-ton segment. Not quite as luxurious as the Ram, the F-150 falls back on an unmatched variety of options and configurations. The game-changing Powerboost hybrid cements this as an Editor's Pick.

Industry
9
We wouldn't call last year's F-150 "all-new," but it was definitely massively and impressively improved. That carries over for the 2022 Ford F-150. Ford basically went through its best-seller with a fine-toothed comb, making small but impactful upgrades that together add up to a truck that's hard to beat. And that's totally considering the still-exceptional Ram 1500 and GM's trucks, which get a much-needed makeover for 2022. The F-150's highlights include the PowerBoost hybrid powertrain that wows by boasting the best power, torque and fuel economy in the F-150's extensive (and excellent) engine menu. It's also shockingly quiet for a truck's powertrain and enhances another novel feature: the Pro Power onboard generator that we named the 2021 Autoblog Technology of the Year. There's also a massive 12-inch touchscreen available on most trims, Max Recline front seats, a fold-flat center console and 11 different grilles on offer. Oh, and this is the first full year for the redone Raptor and new F-150 Tremor. None of this even mentions how smooth, quiet and refined the 2022 F-150 is to drive thanks to last year's updates. It's a true winner and not just in sales.    Interior & Technology   |   Passenger & Cargo Space   |   Performance & Fuel Economy What it's like to drive   |   Pricing & Features   |   Crash Ratings & Safety Features What's new for 2022? The Power Stroke diesel engine has been discontinued along with the Guard, Kodiak Brown and Lead Foot color options. Atlas Blue debuts along with black trim packages for the XL, XLT and Lariat, as well as a Bed Utility Package optional on most trims. This is also the first full model year for the redesigned Raptor, the new F-150 Tremor and the Blue Cruise handsfree driving system. What are the F-150 interior and in-car technology like? Ford performed major surgery on the F-150's dash last year in order to swallow what is essentially a small television in top trim levels. The result is an awfully monolithic center stack that's less visually appealing than what you'd get in the Ram 1500 and radically revised 2022 Chevy Silverado and 2022 GMC Sierra. That's especially true when talking about the upper trim levels, but at least those including the Platinum (pictured top) make up for it with buttery leather, open-pore wood trim and nicely textured metal-look trim. That said, even the lower XLT trim has high-quality materials and the novel inclusion of a trim piece embossed with a map of Detroit (pictured below right) As for that big 12-inch screen, we can't say it adds much to the Sync 4 interface beyond simply being bigger than the 8-inch standard unit. That's certainly still a benefit (who wants a smaller screen?), but unlike the giant screens found in the Ram 1500, Ford's own Mustang Mach-E or various models with widescreen units, the larger screen doesn't maximize its extra acreage with rearranged or extra-large icons that greatly improve functionality. It's also a further reach than what you'll find in the …
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We wouldn't call last year's F-150 "all-new," but it was definitely massively and impressively improved. That carries over for the 2022 Ford F-150. Ford basically went through its best-seller with a fine-toothed comb, making small but impactful upgrades that together add up to a truck that's hard to beat. And that's totally considering the still-exceptional Ram 1500 and GM's trucks, which get a much-needed makeover for 2022. The F-150's highlights include the PowerBoost hybrid powertrain that wows by boasting the best power, torque and fuel economy in the F-150's extensive (and excellent) engine menu. It's also shockingly quiet for a truck's powertrain and enhances another novel feature: the Pro Power onboard generator that we named the 2021 Autoblog Technology of the Year. There's also a massive 12-inch touchscreen available on most trims, Max Recline front seats, a fold-flat center console and 11 different grilles on offer. Oh, and this is the first full year for the redone Raptor and new F-150 Tremor. None of this even mentions how smooth, quiet and refined the 2022 F-150 is to drive thanks to last year's updates. It's a true winner and not just in sales.    Interior & Technology   |   Passenger & Cargo Space   |   Performance & Fuel Economy What it's like to drive   |   Pricing & Features   |   Crash Ratings & Safety Features What's new for 2022? The Power Stroke diesel engine has been discontinued along with the Guard, Kodiak Brown and Lead Foot color options. Atlas Blue debuts along with black trim packages for the XL, XLT and Lariat, as well as a Bed Utility Package optional on most trims. This is also the first full model year for the redesigned Raptor, the new F-150 Tremor and the Blue Cruise handsfree driving system. What are the F-150 interior and in-car technology like? Ford performed major surgery on the F-150's dash last year in order to swallow what is essentially a small television in top trim levels. The result is an awfully monolithic center stack that's less visually appealing than what you'd get in the Ram 1500 and radically revised 2022 Chevy Silverado and 2022 GMC Sierra. That's especially true when talking about the upper trim levels, but at least those including the Platinum (pictured top) make up for it with buttery leather, open-pore wood trim and nicely textured metal-look trim. That said, even the lower XLT trim has high-quality materials and the novel inclusion of a trim piece embossed with a map of Detroit (pictured below right) As for that big 12-inch screen, we can't say it adds much to the Sync 4 interface beyond simply being bigger than the 8-inch standard unit. That's certainly still a benefit (who wants a smaller screen?), but unlike the giant screens found in the Ram 1500, Ford's own Mustang Mach-E or various models with widescreen units, the larger screen doesn't maximize its extra acreage with rearranged or extra-large icons that greatly improve functionality. It's also a further reach than what you'll find in the …
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Retail Price

$31,520 - $81,085 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 2.7L V-6, 3.3L V-6, 3.5L V-6, 5.0L V-8
MPG Up to 20 city / 26 highway
Seating 3 Passengers
Transmission 10-spd w/OD
Power 290 - 450 hp
Drivetrain four-wheel, rear-wheel
Curb Weight 4,021 - 5,740 lbs
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