2018 Ford F 150
We compare the new Ram 1500, Chevy Silverado pickup trucks revealed at the Detroit Auto Show vs. the Ford F-150: features, weight, engines, cargo.
Ford's on pace to beat a 14-year-old record.
2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke Diesel pickup first drive review
The 2018 Ford F-150 is the latest love in America's long affair with full-size trucks. For decades, the F-150 has ruled the roost. Ford sold nearly 900,000 F-series pickups, a great deal of them F-150s, in 2017 and is on pace to eclipse that for 2018. Ford is going so in on trucks and SUVs that it's dropping all but two cars from its North American lineup. Money talks, so give the people what they want.
It's been more than a year since the refreshed 2018 Ford F-150 debuted at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. While we've driven the gasoline-powered variants, news on the upcoming diesel model has been scarce. We know the truck's 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 will make 250 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque, but the all-important fuel economy figures weren't revealed until today. The new engine will net the big truck 30 mpg highway, 22 mpg city with a combined rating of 25 mpg.
They're remarkably close.
The only pickup to score higher is the Honda Ridgeline.
The Blue Oval dives into the details for the Ford F-150 update.
Stop-and-go cruise control costs $1,250.
The 2018 Ford F-150 is updated with new grilles, wheels, headlights, and a diesel engine. A new 10-speed transmission also joins the line.
The grilles are all new, but what's behind them is more interesting.
The new truck will be powered by a 3.0-liter Jaguar Land Rover V6 diesel.
The F-150 is getting new powertrains as its looks evolve.
The 2018 Ford F-150 shows its face yet again. This time the spy shots show the future truck with some light camouflage over the front end rather than a bra hiding all the details.
These spy shots show a comprehensive grille and headlight update under camouflage. We also expect a new diesel engine under the hood.