Reviewers Get a Taste of the Refreshed 2018 Ford F-150 Gas-Powered Pickups

When it arrives in showrooms in a few short weeks, the 2018 Ford F-150 won’t just have six new front ends for each trim, tweaks in design, and equipment, but updates to every engine choice. That’s right. The four engines available on the F-150 will grow to five, and of that original number, one is all-new, two are updated, and the fourth is best-in-class.

The fifth engine is the turbodiesel V6 set to arrive next spring, which is promised to boast best-in-class towing. Right now, that title sits with the F-150’s only unchanged engine, the twin-turbo V6. As if by magic, however, changes elsewhere have enabled models with it to tow up to 13,200 lbs—half a ton more than 2017, and still best-in-class. On the other end of the spectrum is the all-new 3.3-liter V6 base engine, which sees performance and efficiency enhancements over the outgoing unit. All models will get a ten-speed automatic transmission standard, save for the base engine.

To get a full compliment of all the changes to the F-150’s engines, watch the video above. You can also learn more from a sales representative at our Ford dealership in Redford, MI at your convenience.

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