2015 Ford F-150 bridges the gap between luxury and utility

October 4, 2015 at 5:10 pm Leave a comment

By Carguy Keith Turner

No matter who you are or where you live – in the mountains, countryside or urban areas – you always have the need to haul something or carry a load from here to there.

That’s why pickup trucks have consistently been the No. 1 selling vehicle in the nation year after year. Whether gas prices are up or down, there has always been a huge demand for trucks among Americans. This year, with declining fuel prices and new, highly efficient trucks hitting the market, it’s no surprise the 2015 has been called by many as “The Year of the Truck.”

The totally redesigned F-150 made the biggest news in 2015 with an all-aluminum cab and box that cuts 700 pounds off the total weight, while still retaining its strength thanks to high-strength materials throughout. The new 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine not only provides better fuel efficiency, but a turbo that offers sports car-like acceleration. Safety features include a lane-keeping system that detects drifting and gently nudges the truck back to the center of the lane. (Base MSRP: $26,330 / 17-23 mpg).
— TheFamilyCar.com

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