Top 4 good reasons to buy a Ford F-150

Feb 25, 2020 11:00 AM EST | Staff Reporter

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Top 4 good reasons to buy a Ford F-150


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The Ford F-150 trucks were first introduced to the American market in 1948. Since then, it has been redesigned and re-engineered to include cutting-edge technologies, boost passenger safety, and enrich the driving experience. It didn't take long for the F-150 to become the most important automobile in the United States and it's not hard to understand why. The design is appealing, no matter what type of consumer you are, and let's not forget about the fact that you can travel long distances with fewer stops for fuel. Toyota and Nissan tried to make pickup trucks, but they didn't seem to do all that great. 

It's not an exaggeration to say that Ford F-150 is one of the best pickup trucks ever built. It's a capable off-roader that feels luxurious and is useful for work-related purposes. If you don't have this automobile in your household yet, you're missing out on a lot. The 2020 Ford F-150 was released in 2019, so if you haven't seen the new developments, it's time you did. Do you really need a reason to buy it? If yes, we'll give you several reasons. 

1. More room for you and your family 

Big cars have more interior space for passengers, not to mention that they tend to be safer. This is because they have longer hoods and bigger crush zones. Ford F-150 doesn't represent an exception to the rule. The new model offers more than enough space for passengers. The front seats have leg space for a comfortable journey, so it's possible to stretch your legs. The rear-seat room is bigger as compared to the average full-size sedans. As a matter of fact, the vehicle would make them envious. There's no need to worry because the pickup truck doesn't compromise on cargo space. You can fit a stroller in the back. The extra space will come in handy when you go on a trip, as you won't be leaving essential items behind. 

2. Ford F-150 has the best driver visibility 

Driver visibility, aka the maximum distance at which you can see and identify possible obstacles, is paramount when driving in awful weather conditions, such as rain, fog, or snow. If you can't see what's lying ahead of the road, you might end up in an accident. This means that if you don't have visibility, you don't have security. You put your life in danger, as well as that of others. As a car shopper, you're more attracted to appearance, completely neglecting the fact that the view that you get from the driver's seat is the most important thing, 

Regardless of the height of the driver, the F-150 is built in such a way that it ensures the best visibility. Visibility is adequate on both sides of the road and this is thanks to the large mirrors, which are no longer mounted on the A-pillars, so you can get a crystal-clear image of the road from almost every angle. You can take a look over your shoulder to check for blind spots prior to changing lanes. However, as far as safe driving is concerned, you must be able to make solid judgments about your road positioning and pay attention to the road at all times. Staying alert will make your trip a safe and relaxed one. 

3. Excellent engine options available

Maybe you're looking for a vehicle to travel to work or meet clients. Or maybe you're looking for a car that provides audio and video entertainment. It doesn't matter what you want because the new F-150 truck is the perfect fit. It offers much-needed performance with its six-engine lineup. So, six different engines are available, each one with unique characteristics. Let's take a look at all the engine options, shall we? 

  1. 3.5L EcoBoost V6

  2. 3.0L Power Stroke Turbo Diesel

  3. High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost V6

  4. 2.7L Turbocharged EcoBoost V6

  5. 5.0L TI-VCT V8

  6. 3.3L TI-VCT V6

The 3,5 EcoBoost V6 with 10-speed transmission has a power rating of 375 horsepower and it's capable of delivering about 13,200 lbs. of towing. As the name clearly suggests, the EcoBoost engine is designed to achieve better fuel efficiency and produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Surprisingly or not, this innovative technology doesn't cost an arm and a leg and it's more versatile as opposed to hybrid or diesel engine technologies. 

4. The superiority of Ford engineering 

Ford has invested many, many years in the F-150, building on its legacy of innovation by introducing advanced manufacturing capabilities. Born more than a century ago, the Ford F-series deserves its spot in the American landscape. Acceleration time and horsepower are better than ever, so don't base your buying decision exclusively on which ride offers smartphone integration. Ford could have made minor changes and simply label the 2020 F-150 as new, but it didn't. The automaker is dedicated to offering customers nothing but the best. 

The thirteenth generation of F-series pickup trucks doesn't disappoint. The F-150 is a fully-functional automobile that hosts many upgrades. This means new colors, new technologies, and new appearance packages that give you an edge you need on the road. Gone are the days when the Ford F-150 used to have just a front seat and the ride was so bumpy that you thought you'd lose your mind. Now, you can enjoy a super smooth ride. If you're not ready to take on the world, you should be. 

Final considerations 

When you invest in a Ford F-150, you get your hands on one of the most durable cars on the market. There are no problematic concerns whatsoever, which is due to good engineering. You won't have your pickup truck constantly repaired if that's what you're thinking. It's hard to imagine being disappointed by a Ford that finds its way to so many hearts and homes. It's up to you to discover what's new for 2020. Quite a few things have changed. The new Ford F-150 is tough, durable, and a capable partner that suits every need. 

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