Ford is known for designing and creating efficient and reliable vehicles with innovative technologies. They produce everything from cars to SUVs to trucks, so they have a significant number of vehicles in each category for different needs and tastes. However, Ford remains mostly known for its powerful and well-built trucks. Ford also produces several truck models to cater to different needs and wants, but if you are looking into buying a truck, it is better to first know what’s out there at your disposal. So what are the different Ford truck models out there?
Ford offers two different truck categories; the Ford F-150 for personal use and the Super Duty trucks (Ford F-250, Ford F-350, Ford F-450) for work. Without further ado, let’s dig in!
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|Ford F-150 XL||Ford F-150 XLT||Ford F-150 LARIAT||Ford F-150 King Ranch ®||Ford F-150 Platinum||Ford F-150 Raptor||Ford F-150 Limited|
|Engine||3.3L Ti-VCT V6||3.3L Ti-VCT V6||2.7L EcoBoost®||5.0L Ti-VCT V8||5.0L Ti-VCT V8||High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost®||3.5L EcoBoost®|
|Fuel Efficiency (L/100km2)||12.3 city/9.3 hwy||12.3 city/9.3 hwy||11.9 city/9.0 hwy||15.1 city/11 hwy||15.1 city/11 hwy||15.6 city/13.2 hwy||14.3 city/10.5 hwy|
|Horsepower (hp)||290 @ 6500 rpm||290 @ 6500 rpm||325 @ 5000 rpm||385 @ 5750 rpm||385 @ 5750 rpm||450 @ 5000 rpm||375 @ 5000|
|Torque (lb.-ft.)||265 @ 4000 rpm||265 @ 4000 rpm||400 @ 2750 rpm||397 @ 3850 rpm||397 @ 3850 rpm||510 @ 3500 rpm||470 @ 3500 rpm|
The Ford F-150 is a light-duty truck ideally for personal use. This trucks however, comes in seven different trim levels including: XL, XLT, LARIAT, King Ranch ®, Platinum, Raptor and Limited. These different trim levels are equipped with different functionalities, features and engines to fit the consumer’s needs. For instance, if you are looking for the most fuel-efficient Ford truck, then the Ford F-150 LARIAT is the way to go. It has a 2.7L EcoBoost® engine with a fuel efficiency of 11.9 city/9.0 hwy. However, if you are looking for the most powerful Ford truck on the market, then the Ford F-150 Limited will definitely be your best option with its High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost®, capable of producing a horsepower of 450 @ 5000 rpm and a torque of 510 @ 3500 rpm.
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|Ford F-250 (1)||Ford F-250 (2)||Ford F-350 (1)||Ford F-350 (2)||Ford F-450|
|Engine||6.2L 2 Valve Gas SOHC EFI NA V8 (Flex-Fuel)||6.7L 4-Valve Power Stroke® Diesel V8 (B20)||6.2L 2 Valve Gas SOHC EFI NA V8 (Flex-Fuel)||6.7L 4-Valve Power Stroke® Diesel V8 (B20)||6.7L 4-Valve Power Stroke® Diesel V8 (B20)|
|Horsepower (hp)||385 @ 5750 rpm||450 @ 2800 rpm||385 @ 5750 rpm||450 @ 2800 rpm||450 @ 2800 rpm|
|Torque (lb.-ft.)||430 @ 3800 rpm||935 @ 1800 rpm||430 @ 3800 rpm||935 @ 1800 rpm||935 @ 1800 rpm|
Ford also offers a special category of heavy-duty trucks for work, known as the Super Duty trucks. The Ford Super Duty trucks are made up of three different models, namely: Ford F-250, Ford F-350 and Ford F-450. Furthermore, each of these models has six trim levels: XL, XLT, LARIAT, King Ranch ®, Platinum, Limited. So if you do the math, there is a total of 18 different heady duty Ford trucks available for you to choose from. That’s incredible, no one is left out! The table above summarises the different engine types available for each truck model and their respective horsepower and torque. So depending on the trim level and the engine you choose you could have the power you need to get your work done.