The Ford F-Series continues its 45-year run as the most popular truck in the United States for another year. Whether hauling boats to and from the Gulf, pulling horse trailers across Hidalgo County, and at job sites across the nation, you can find a Ford F-150 or Super Duty just about anywhere. Ford is a company that doesn’t accept “Good Enough”. Ford has been working hard to develop these vehicles even more advanced than ever before.
Ford trucks are becoming smarter than ever, with Ford Co-Pilot 360 Technology which keeps you in your lane and can automatically brake for you if necessary. New 2022 Ford F-150 pickups offer the ability to tow up to 11,300lbs. while offering on average up to 25 city / 26 highway MPG. New Ford Super Duty models have evolved into a class of their own. With an available Power Stroke V-Eight Turbo Diesel engine producing 475 horsepower.
Further advancing the Ford lineup in 2022 is the highly anticipated F-150 Lightning, an all-new and all-electric addition to the highly popular truck manufacturer. Ford F-150 Lightning is a Ford Performance model and showcases an industry first: the very first factory-built all-electric performance truck.
Ford trucks are America’s favorite for good reason – they provide incredible capability in all weather conditions while keeping you safe on your way home at night. The Ford Super Duty lineup continues to evolve into class-leading machines that keep getting better and smarter than ever before and doing so without sacrificing capability or power.
Ford first entered the truck segment back in 1917 with the introduction of the Model TT. With over a century of experience under its belt, we wonder what Ford has planned next!