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MODEL
2018 F-150 Platinum 4x4 SuperCrew
EXTERIOR COLOR
Ruby Red Metallic
INTERIOR COLOR
Black interior with Black leather
WHEELBASE
145 in.
TOWING
10,700 lbs.
PAYLOAD
1,392 lbs.
OPTIONS
▫ Preferred Equipment Group 701A ▫ Platinum Series
▫ Ruby Red Metallic Paint
▫ 3.0L V6 Turbo Diesel Engine
▫ 3.55 Electronic RR Axle ▫ Trailer Tow Package
▫ Wheel Well Liner
▫ Spray-In-Bedliner
AVAILABILITY
Spring 2018
BASE MSRP
$57,910
PRICE AS EQUIPPED
$66,880*
*Includes $1,395 destination and delivery

POWERTRAIN AND CHASSIS ENGINE TYPE
3.0L Power Stroke® V6
BORE x STROKE ............................................ 3.31 x 3.54
HORSEPOWER............................................... 250 @ 5000 rpm
TORQUE........................................................... 440 @ 1,750 rpm
TRANSMISSION ............................................. Electronic 10-Speed Automatic
BRAKES - Front/rear
Power four-wheel anti-lock vented-disc
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD
Best-in-Class Payload Capacity
(4x2, Regular Cab, XL) ....................2,020 lbs.
MAXIMUM CONVENTIONAL TOWING
Best-in-Class Towing Capacity
(4x2, Regular Cab, XL)..................11,400 lbs.
EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS WHEELBASE
5.5' Box - 145.0 in
6.5' Box - 156.8 in.

TRACK WIDTH - Front/Rear
5.5' Box - 4x2/4x4............. 67.6 in./67.6 in. 6.5' Box - 4x2/4x4............. 67.6 in./67.6 in.
BASE CURB WEIGHT - 5.5' Box - 4x2/4x4 SuperCrew 4x2............................................5,011 lbs. 4x4 TOD....................................5,271 lbs. 4x4 ESOF..................................5,286 lbs.
BASE CURB WEIGHT - 6.5' Box - 4x2/4x4 SuperCrew 4x2............................................5,077 lbs. 4x4 TOD................................... 5,320 lbs. 4x4 ESOF..................................5,335 lbs.
CARGO BOX VOLUME
5.5' Box ...................................52.8 cu. ft. 6.5' Box ...................................62.3 cu. ft.
INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Head room - Front ................... 40.8 in. Head room - Rear .................... 40.4 in. Shoulder room - Front ............. 66.7 in. Shoulder room - Rear .............. 65.9 in. Hip room - Front....................... 62.5 in. Hip room - Rear ....................... 64.7 in. Max Legroom - Front ............... 43.9 in. Leg room - Rear ....................... 43.6 in.
MAX. SEATING CAPACITY - Five, Six
FUEL ECONOMY
(city/highway/combined)
4x2............................................22/30/25 4x4............................................20/25/22
FINAL ASSEMBLY
Dearborn Truck Plant Dearborn, MI.

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Comments

    • محب الخير
      محب الخير

      Wow very nice truck. the inside very quite

      about 1 month ago
    • محب الخير
      محب الخير

      4:25 he did fault

      about 1 month ago
    • علوش سكلود
      علوش سكلود

      بيش تريده يبو طواري

      about 1 month ago
    • Wesam Aldulime
      Wesam Aldulime

      شياب اشتركووو بقناتي

      about 1 month ago
    • Random Guy
      Random Guy

      not enough cupholders for my 711 big gulps

      about 2 months ago
    • Cristiniane Farias
      Cristiniane Farias

      E 200 e 50

      about 4 months ago
    • عبدالرحمن عبدالرحمن
      عبدالرحمن عبدالرحمن

      ا

      about 6 months ago
    • DW Gaming
      DW Gaming

      ecodiesel ram > this crap

      about 6 months ago
    • Lobster
      Lobster

      Awesome car. Thanks a lot for this to Henry Ford.

      about 7 months ago
    • A A
      A A

      If you're buying a truck why the hell are you worried about scratching the bed up? Go buy a smart car you pansie

      about 7 months ago
    • Sydney Wooton
      Sydney Wooton In reply to A A

      I like my rhino lining

      about 6 months ago
    • amir komakjoo
      amir komakjoo

      FORD F150 V8 5.0cc 2018

      about 7 months ago
    • Jeff
      Jeff

      1:35 almost three whole rotations to straighten out WTF?

      about 8 months ago
    • Kira5063
      Kira5063

      Nice truck

      about 8 months ago
    • Sara Suad
      Sara Suad

      .

      about 9 months ago
    • Anthony Cach
      Anthony Cach

      This video sucks

      about 10 months ago
    • Redd boxx
      Redd boxx

      So were not gonna state the fact that ram is Way stronger and not as soft as f-150s? Because it is. The beds suck its not steel! And ram can pull more! And faster. Don't get me wrong, a ford is a ford and they are good but if you really wanna go into detail we know that but in all seriousness ram vans SUCK.

      about 10 months ago
    • hamid jammi
      hamid jammi

      so lucky

      about 10 months ago
    • solostream
      solostream

      Of all the competitors...which truck handles the best? In what configuration? This one seems snappy and the steering at speed seems direct. Is that what you've experienced?

      about 10 months ago
    • Saleh Ali
      Saleh Ali

      It’s nice

      about 10 months ago
    • Santa Claus0001
      Santa Claus0001

      This is so cool. What are you shooting with??!

      about 10 months ago
    • John Smith
      John Smith

      Should offer it in the expedition

      about 10 months ago
    • fordraptorguy612
      fordraptorguy612 In reply to John Smith

      The Expedition and the Navigator are too heavy for an engine that small. They need to offer the 6.7 powerstroke.

      about 9 months ago
    • CineRaphael
      CineRaphael In reply to John Smith

      A person named Sam or Cat C7

      about 9 months ago
    • the unknown
      the unknown In reply to John Smith

      John Smith expedition is heavier and wouldn’t go as fast well but they should offer a bigger power stroke @6.0

      about 9 months ago
    • Wone Asscheek
      Wone Asscheek

      31

      about 10 months ago
    • B HM
      B HM

      It’s so quiet!

      about 10 months ago
    • karthik mahadevan
      karthik mahadevan In reply to B HM

      sumsa

      about 10 months ago
    • Jeff A.
      Jeff A.

      Anyone remember when pickup trucks drove like trucks?

      about 10 months ago
    • Ryad Hasan Ahmed
      Ryad Hasan Ahmed In reply to Jeff A.

      +Sydney Wooton oh ok the lift kit kinda justified it's price

      about 5 months ago
    • Sydney Wooton
      Sydney Wooton In reply to Jeff A.

      +Ryad Hasan Ahmed XLT 2.7LT 4X4 CAME LIFTED FROM THE DEALER 35in tires

      about 5 months ago
    • Ryad Hasan Ahmed
      Ryad Hasan Ahmed In reply to Jeff A.

      +Sydney Wooton was it an XLT coz if it was you can find these cheaper

      about 5 months ago
    • Sydney Wooton
      Sydney Wooton In reply to Jeff A.

      +youngblood23rb just paid $42,000 for my f150. These prices are out control.

      about 6 months ago
    • youngblood23rb
      youngblood23rb In reply to Jeff A.

      Do you mean when they use to beat us to shit, I enjoy progress but I do not enjoy the bloated prices

      about 10 months ago
    • emdec55
      emdec55

      This truck has a belt-driven HPFP mounted BEHIND the engine. How the hell do you service that? With all the emissions control garbage, front AND REAR belts, etc., this truck sounds like it's going to cost a fortune to keep running as it gets older.

      about 10 months ago
    • mike kopisz
      mike kopisz In reply to emdec55

      Pretty sure the cab will have to be pulled to access the belt for that HPFP.....why a belt and not direct drive for that hybrid cp4 is beyond me🤦‍♂️..plus,all that DEF shit..probably nice to own while its under warranty, but once that runs out,you're probably screwed.lol.....I think I'll stick with my '16 3.5 EcoBoost for the time being.🤷‍♂️

      about 5 months ago
    • kocel kancil
      kocel kancil In reply to emdec55

      emdec55 g

      about 8 months ago
    • kocel kancil
      kocel kancil In reply to emdec55

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      about 8 months ago
    • Mercy Langcay
      Mercy Langcay In reply to emdec55

      emdec55 5555555555564(=2#*+==$##33+(

      about 9 months ago
    • DeLo Enterprises
      DeLo Enterprises In reply to emdec55

      PowerCHOKE

      about 10 months ago
    • PeRX
      PeRX

      I wish that they offered the diesel with the 15-17 front end. I personally don’t like the way the 18s look.

      about 10 months ago
    • El Gran Freezer
      El Gran Freezer

      2:56 the same truck?, Jajaja

      about 10 months ago
    • Juan Quintero
      Juan Quintero

      My dad wants to get one

      about 10 months ago
    • Affinity
      Affinity

      I work construction everyone would tell me to buy a truck. Well i just can't get myself to drop $40k on a new truck. They just dont do it for me. I got a Mustang instead. There is nothing about the way trucks look or drive that excites me. Anyone else have these feelings?

      about 10 months ago
    • Affinity
      Affinity In reply to Affinity

      I have the IQ of an Aztek because I don't like trucks? I didn't say anything about the utility a truck offers. The majority of people who buy trucks and SUVs never haul anything. It comes down to personal taste and enjoyment most of the time.

      about 10 months ago
    • GabeBarelyUploads
      GabeBarelyUploads In reply to Affinity

      Affinity You have the IQ of a Pontiac Aztek. Trucks are built for hauling and offroading. Mustangs are built as a fun muscle car or as a summer car.

      about 10 months ago
    • Bryce Harris
      Bryce Harris In reply to Affinity

      Noel Jacobs Well, like they say it's better to have one and don't need it than to not have one when it can be really handy. I just now got my first pick up at 19 but before I did every time we were doing yard work it was really a pain and made everything more difficult to haul, to pull, etc. to the extent we had to call my granddad from two hours out so we can use his. Trucks these days are not only comfortable and fun to drive but are very practical and come in handy even if you're not hauling with it 24/7. Us Texas love them. You see them in our big cities to our country towns and suburbs no matter where you are you see them.

      about 10 months ago
    • Doctor Qwerty
      Doctor Qwerty In reply to Affinity

      mo

      about 10 months ago
    • PeRX
      PeRX In reply to Affinity

      No not me. But it’s just person to person, like the other guy said. But I love how comfortable and practical they are. Not to mention, with a few mods, they can look insanely aggressive. I love Mustangs, and I own a 2001 GT myself, but I would love to have a Silverado 1500 as my daily.

      about 10 months ago
    • DXSTER
      DXSTER

      A beast

      about 10 months ago