2019 Ford F-150 Full Review - The All-New 2019 Ford F-150 - Interior Drive goo.gl/YCm6Ja

With so many variants, it’s no surprise to see a current-gen F-150 on the road testing with a few updates, just like this 2019 Ford F-150 Limited recently spied out testing. Visible changes are minor. The top-tier F-150 already packs plenty of goodies inside and out. One difference, though, is at the back with the rear bumper.

On the 2019 F-150 Limited, the revised bumper is now integrated with the dual exhaust system. It’s similar to what Ram and GM have done with their trucks. The dual exhaust gives the truck a more upscale and uniformed appearance. However, the Limited’s exhaust looks pushed further to the corners of the bumper than its competitors. But now Ford has finally jumped on the bandwagon. It’s a good look for the truck that is a long time coming.

Like the current Limited truck, the 2019 model will come with Ford’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine under the hood that’s paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The engine produces 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. The 2019 Limited F-150 will ride on 22-inch aluminum wheels, which is standard for the vehicle, complementing its premium appearance – and price.

With the dual exhaust now finally integrated into the F-150’s rear bumper, the feature should trickle across the lineup where appropriate. Not every truck will have such an option – then again, configure your F-150 right, and you may be able to opt for it. The 2019 Ford F-150 Limited should debut something in the next few months.

Comments

    • FUNNY Me
      FUNNY Me

      I go with v8. Its superb

      about 11 days ago
    • Joe GOD’s Son
      Joe GOD’s Son

      Ford trucks are in the year 2071 the rest of the trucks are in 2019

      about 1 month ago
    • xlthumper
      xlthumper

      Here is a thought learn to drive your fucking vehicle and pay attention. the fact that it has to brake for you so you do not hit anyone in front of you, you should not be driving if you need this.

      about 1 month ago
    • Anas Elgzoli
      Anas Elgzoli

      The best and most comprehensive explanation about Ford 150 ..

      Very Nice ..

      about 2 months ago
    • Martin Rudolf
      Martin Rudolf

      Fix Or Repair Daily.

      about 3 months ago
    • Adam LaCour
      Adam LaCour In reply to Martin Rudolf

      Gay mans chassis

      about 1 month ago
    • Joe GOD’s Son
      Joe GOD’s Son In reply to Martin Rudolf

      Yeah ur right lol sorry ford is the best

      about 2 months ago
    • infinitycrops
      infinitycrops

      I imagine the casting call for this video must have listed “serious sounding gravel-voiced man wanted for truck commercial”. Comes off as more of a contrived macho caricature of their target audience.

      about 3 months ago
    • Johnny Danger
      Johnny Danger

      Had no idea that Herman Munster was an employee for Ford.

      about 3 months ago
    • Al Dingman
      Al Dingman

      And yet the new Phord Trucks fail military testing miserably and have been removed from the supplier list. Ram Trucks on the other hand passed military testing with flying colors.

      about 3 months ago
    • The Hunter
      The Hunter In reply to Al Dingman

      Al Dingman I’ll look into it

      about 3 months ago
    • Al Dingman
      Al Dingman In reply to Al Dingman

      Videos are fine but you need to read what actual automotive insiders are saying. Thus Polk, JD Power and Automotive News. are the best resources for find out what's what.

      Long term test drives tell a story too. If you can rent a truck for a weekend do it.

      Google: "2018 - 2019 Truck recalls" . If you refer to this webpage often enough you will see trends in reliability and safety defects in each brand.

      BTW - I worked for Ford manufacturing engineering for 3.5 years. I got very good at using duct tape and baling wire to keep two assembly plants together. I saw a lot of bad shit go out the door too..

      about 3 months ago
    • The Hunter
      The Hunter In reply to Al Dingman

      Al Dingman I’ll take note. I’ve been watching videos on all of them recently.

      about 3 months ago
    • Al Dingman
      Al Dingman In reply to Al Dingman

      Hunter - I'm not trying to sell you on a Dodge or any other truck. I'm simply advising you to educate yourself before you commit to any motor vehicle. I tell my kids the same thing and so far it has worked. Not all my kids have the same brand vehicle I have and I'm OK with it.

      I almost listened to my dad when I was just starting to drive. He owned Brand X vehicles and had major issues with all of them. I bought a Brand Y vehicle and he borrowed it a lot when his Brand X vehicle broke down. After two Brand Y vehicles and a lot of research I switched to Brand Z vehicles and have been happy ever since.

      An educated consumer is a happy consumer.

      about 3 months ago
    • The Hunter
      The Hunter In reply to Al Dingman

      Al Dingman ok, but I’m not a huge fans of dodges. It’s not just my dad, I just like fords. They’ve never let us down. I’ll definitely check out some other trucks.

      about 3 months ago
    • Imachowderhead
      Imachowderhead

      F-150s are shit boxes. My co-worker bought one and its at the shop weekly.

      about 4 months ago
    • RU Kidding
      RU Kidding

      I used to have a 2002 F 350 beast. I like Ford truck specs and the way they look, but it is the only truck on the market, where you have to get out and manually lock the differential by hand, in order to get into 4 wheel drive. Come on FORD, this is 2019! Ford engineers haven't figured it out, yet!? Why should I get out of the warm truck into mud, sleet, and snow to lock the differential by hand on both sides? And on top of that, I have to remember to switch it back, also by hand! I am not saying I can't, but why would I want to, after spending some $60+k? Hello FORD? Anybody in there?

      about 6 months ago
    • Cole Mobile Addictionz//CMA
      Cole Mobile Addictionz//CMA In reply to RU Kidding

      Haters Dawn so why don’t new trucks nowadays have them? If you haven’t realized, it’s for practicality. If trucks had a manual diff look, that would be hell, unless you are one of the people who would love that. If you really want a manual diff lock, get yourself an old truck “Dick Head”

      about 3 months ago
    • Haters Dawn
      Haters Dawn In reply to RU Kidding

      Manual locking hubs are stronger and less complicated Dick Head!

      about 4 months ago
    • Cole Mobile Addictionz//CMA
      Cole Mobile Addictionz//CMA In reply to RU Kidding

      RU Kidding me? First of all, your Ford F-350 is old. The Ford f150s nowadays have auto diff locks and always had them for years. I bet you don’t even have a Ford f-1/2/350. You gotta realize that you had an old truck. I have a 2016 Ford F-150 lariat and the diff locks electronically. So what you are saying is wrong.

      about 4 months ago
    • King Daniel
      King Daniel In reply to RU Kidding

      Maybe it's because manual locking hubs are stronger and less complicated than auto locking hubs.

      about 5 months ago
    • George Hembrow
      George Hembrow

      The diesel is a pile of crap 💩. You heard him if your into towing the 3.5 eco boost is the way to go. Who ever signed the ok for the diesel should be terminate from the ford engineering team. Useless pile of shit of a motor... from a consumer stand point and a marketing standpoint it makes no sense what so ever.

      about 6 months ago
    • 911 HDTV
      911 HDTV

      FUck... i was going for Dodge.. now what?!

      about 6 months ago
    • No Show
      No Show

      Ford commercial much?

      about 6 months ago
    • Victor Lin
      Victor Lin In reply to No Show

      This is a commercial

      about 4 months ago
    • Gord235
      Gord235

      This is not an unbiased review. It is a Ford commercial.

      about 7 months ago
    • northlander
      northlander In reply to Gord235

      just like that goofy Howie over at G M

      about 2 months ago
    • Victor Lin
      Victor Lin In reply to Gord235

      +Myrna Adam To be honest I could never find a comfortable seating position in the F-150. I think the Chevys seats are much better even though I'm a Ford Guy

      about 2 months ago
    • Myrna Adam
      Myrna Adam In reply to Gord235

      Sounds like it, but I own two Ford trucks: 2015 F - 150 Lariat and 2017 Transit with the high roof. The F-150 is the most comfortable car I have ever driven and I had the top models of Mercedes, Peugeot, and others. Thinking of replacing my 2011 Venza, I test drove a Lincoln Navigator from Washington DC to Manhattan and back and found the F -150 as my favorite hands down. I just had an accident with the Venza totaled and I am ordering the new F-150 Ranch King as a replacement.

      about 2 months ago
    • Da Vinci
      Da Vinci In reply to Gord235

      Who cares?!?! It's figgin' awesome!!!

      about 4 months ago
    • Victor Lin
      Victor Lin In reply to Gord235

      Im pretty sure it is a commercial

      about 4 months ago
    • Nicu Fratila
      Nicu Fratila

      Wow the best at offroad

      about 7 months ago
    • DUNEYXZ
      DUNEYXZ

      Love the truck and you did a good review. Maybe try combing your hair Shawn...

      about 7 months ago