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Ford F-150 Frequently Asked Questions

What's new with the 2020 Ford F-150?

2020 sees a slight refresh for the 13th-generation F-150, with new available appearance packages for XL, XLT, and Lariat trims, and the standard inclusion of a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot across the lineup.

How much can the F-150 tow?

Depending on equipment and engine options, the Ford F-150 is equipped to serve a variety of towing purposes. Here's a quick look at the maximum towing capacities of the various engine options:

  • 3.3-liter Ti-VCT V-6: up to 7,700 pounds

  • 2.7-liter EcoBoost: up to 9,000 pounds

  • H.O. 3.5-liter EcoBoost: up to 11,000 pounds

  • 5.0-liter Ti-VCT V-8: up to 11,500 pounds

  • 3.0-liter PowerStroke Turbo Diesel: up to 11,500 pounds (best-in-class diesel towing)

  • 3.5-liter EcoBoost: up to 13,200 pounds (best-in-class)

What's the top trim level for the F-150?

The Limited trim comes standard with most of the F-150's optional features and is motivated by the most powerful engine in the lineup: A High Output 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 that generates 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. It also adds 22-inch wheels, an extended-range fuel tank, upgraded leather upholstery, and special style enhancements.

What engines are available in the F-150?

Six engines are available:

  • 3.3-liter V-6: 290 horsepower; 265 pound-feet of torque

  • 2.7-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V-6: 325 horsepower; 400 pound-feet of torque

  • 3.0-liter turbodiesel V-6: 250 horsepower; 440 pound-feet of torque

  • 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V-6: 375 horsepower; 470 pound-feet of torque

  • 5.0-liter V-8: 395 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque

  • High Output 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V-6: 450 horsepower; 510 pound-feet of torque

Ford F-150 or Chevy Silverado 1500?

A long-time rival of the legendary F-150, the Chevy Silverado is certainly no slouch. However, when compared head-to-head, Silverado can't match the F-150 for power, capability, or amenities. Additionally, while the F-150 offers modern high-tech cabin accommodations, the Silverado's interior appears dated by comparison.

What are the differences between the F-150 and F-250?

The F-150 is technically a full-size light-duty truck with a maximum tow rating of 13,200 pounds. F-250 Super Duty is a heavy-duty pickup with enhanced frame/chassis construction, upgraded suspension, and a massive engine with up to 935 pound-feet of torque. F-250 can conventionally tow up to 21,000 pounds, and much more with a gooseneck hitch.

When was the F-150 last re-designed?

The F-150 began its 13th generation in 2015.

Where is the F-150 built?

The F-150 is proudly American-made, with construction taking place in two locations: The Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Missouri; and the Ford River Rouge Complex in Dearborn, Michigan.

What is the Ford F-150 Raptor?

F-150 Raptor is a special variant focused on uncompromising performance away from the asphalt. Powered by the 3.5-liter High Output EcoBoost engine, Raptor delivers top-level trail tackling tenacity with off-road equipment like:

  • Class-exclusive FOX live valve monotube shocks
  • Tow hooks
  • Heavy-duty skid plates
  • 4.10 front axle with TORSEN® differential
  • Electronic-Locking Rear Differential with 4.10 Rear-Axle
  • Terrain Management System with six drive modes
  • Torque-On-Demand® Transfer Case
  • 315/70 R17 BFGoodrich® All-Terrain T/A® KO2 Tires
  • Two-Speed Automatic Four-Wheel Drive System
  • And more…

What's the MPG on a Ford F-150?

Here are the EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings for each engine (with rear-wheel drive):

  • 3.3-liter V-6: 19 mpg city; 25 mpg highway; 22 mpg combined

  • 2.7-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V-6: 20 mpg city; 26 mpg highway; 22 mpg combined

  • 3.0-liter turbodiesel V-6: 22 mpg city; 30 mpg highway; 25 mpg combined

  • 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V-6: 18 mpg city; 25 mpg highway; 21 mpg combined

  • 5.0-liter V-8: 17 mpg city; 23 mpg highway; 19 mpg combined

  • High Output 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V-6: 15 mpg city; 18 mpg highway; 16 mpg combined

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New Ford F-150 Trucks for Sale in Morehead, KY

2019 Ford F-150 is the Capable Choice for Northeast Kentucky Towing and Hauling

Since its 1975 debut, our automaker's flagship light-duty pickup has upheld the "Built Ford Tough" tradition. Today, it's one of the best-selling full-size trucks here in Kentucky, a favorite among day-laborers, construction workers, project managers, and off-roaders alike. That's for many good reasons, too. For one, it's one of the most durable new Ford trucks yet, sporting a fully boxed, 78-percent high-strength-steel frame, not to mention a military- and heavy industrial-grade 6000-series aluminum-alloy body. However, it's also loaded with the performance and safety features to shoulder just about any job out there. Discover more about the new Ford F-150 for yourself right here at Tim Short Ford of Morehead!

What's New for 2019

Top-tier trims get the top-tier treatment. F-150 Limited, for instance, gets a high-output, twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 option. F-150 Raptor, on the other hand, gets a series of performance and interior upgrades, from Fox off-roading shocks and a new low-speed, off-road cruise-control system, Trail Control, to sporty Recaro seats. Of course, there's plenty more where these came from.

Power and Performance

Depending on the trim you prefer, you can look forward to six different workhorse engine options in the new F-150. They range from a Ti-VCT V6 FFV and EcoBoost V6 to Ti-VCT V8 and Power Stroke V6 Turbo Diesel. With horsepower ratings from 250 to 450, torque ratings from 265 to 510 pound-feet, and available two-speed auto 4WD, there's a power- and drivetrain for every application.

They pair with either a six- or ten-speed SelectShift auto transmission, with select builds also incorporating electronic shift-on-the-fly (ESOF). That means that not only can you expect excellent hauling and standard and neutral towing credentials -- up to 3,270 pounds and 13,200 pounds respectively. F-150 also gets great fuel economy, too. Count on up to an EPA-estimated 19 mpg in a city like Maysville, KY, 25 mpg down the highway to Mount Sterling, and 22 mpg combined between Morehead KY and Flemingsburg in 4x2. It's still respectable in 4x4 as well -- up to 19 mpg, 24 mpg, and 21 mpg respectively. Graduate to a diesel engine, and it rockets up to a respective 22 mpg, 30 mpg, and 25 mpg.

Safety and Driver-Assist Features

The 2019 F-150 demonstrates the Ford commitment to your drive-time and nowhere is it better expressed than in a host of optional active security features. They span the gamut from a BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with trailer coverage and cross-traffic alert to adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go. There's also a pre-collision assist system with a pedestrian detector, lane-keeping system, and, for parking, a reverse sensing system, 360-degree camera, and active park assist. The takeaway: a new F-150 delivers comprehensive protection from driveway to highway as well as off-site, and ultimately, peace of mind.

2019 Ford F-150

Interior Features and Technology

When it comes to the accommodations and technologies to define a professional mobile office, that F-150 is expertly equipped is an understatement. For one, 40/20/40-split cloth front seating comes standard in base trims, and it's available leather-trimmed, heated, ventilated, and in bucket format in select trims. You can also find optional heated, leather-trimmed rear seats in SuperCrew cab configurations. Factor in dual-zone electronic auto temp control, and it's a breeze to get the cabin just the way you prefer it.

The cockpit's no less than a command center. Its brain is a selection of 4.2-inch SYNC or 8-inch SYNC 3 infotainment, the latter with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphone integration. Plus, there's embedded 4G LTE Wi-Fi support available via SYNC Connect for getting on the Web as well as a 10-speaker B&O PLAY premium audio system for entertainment and voice-activated navigation for directional assistance.

So, which trim is right for you? Check out the entire lineup -- we've made it easy!

  • XL: Anything but an entry-level trim, F-150 XL offers a host of standout features, including, 17-inch steel wheels in a silver-finish, bumpers, mirror caps, door and tailgate handles, and a grille in black, and, in 4x4 models, front tow hooks.
  • XLT: This step-up trim builds in much of F-150 XL, plus 17-inch wheels in aluminum, painted silver, and a grille and bumpers in striking chrome.
  • Lariat: Near the midrange, this trim offers plenty from those previous, as well as, 18-inch machined-aluminum wheels, Intelligent Access, push-button start, BoxLink cargo management, and more.
  • Raptor: An all-terrain champ built ultra-rugged for the tough stuff, this trim features 4x4 standard, a long-travel front suspension, front and rear FOX Racing Shox, and a ton of other aesthetic and performance enhancements.
  • King Ranch: At the mid-level, this trim offers loads of features, building upon F-150 Lariat and adding a series of exterior design improvements, chrome accents, LED lighting, and more.
  • Platinum: Approaching the line's top, this trim builds in most features from trims before, plus 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, unique looks, power-deployable running boards, and other perks.
  • Limited: This trim's fully loaded, featuring what's under the hood and in-cabin in many prior trims as well as premium looks and feel, a twin-panel Moonroof in SuperCrew cab models, and more.

Test Drive the New F-150 Today at Our Ford Dealership in Morehead, KY

Browse our new F-150 inventory here on our site to learn even more about your favorite trims. Then, feel free to give us a call or drop by our 99 Tim Short Drive showroom to schedule a test drive. We look forward to meeting you!