The Ford F-Series has been America's most popular series of trucks for 40 years in a row. It is no coincidence that the F-150 rules to roost; it is because the F-Series is the elite truck line in America today. Since 1977, F-150 and Super Duty have been the top-selling trucks due to their rock-solid durability, helpful technology, and one-of-a-kind capability. The F-Series has been the best in the class for 40 years. It has been exhausting, intense, and grueling; but that is just the way the F-Series wants it. Come to Elkton Ford and grab that 2017 F-150 in Elkton you want.
The 2017 Ford F-150 brings you a wide array of features that will provide you with the ability to get the job done efficiently. The manufacturers at Ford retained what has made the F-Series the top-selling series of trucks, aspects such as the aluminum body and roomy cab, but we have also added various improvements meant to aid the modern driver. The 3.5L EcoBoost V6 under the hood of this new F-150 is the second generation of the engine. It has developed an addition ten horsepower and fifty lbs.-ft. of torque since last year.
Heading up the class in the category of torque, the brand new F-150 grants you 470 lb.-ft. of pulling power, besting every single other diesel and gasoline competitor in the class. This strength is joined by a ten-speed automatic transmission to give you some heavy-duty handling. This is the first vehicle ever to be mass-produced featuring a ten-speed automatic transmission. Ford taking this huge step into the future of auto production shows you how much Ford is putting into the customer and the 2017 F-150.
The new powertrain combination gives the driver vastly improved performance when compared to F-150 models of the past. Ford has improved low-end and peak engine performance for the 2017 F-150. Between the extraordinary level of torque and being the first truck in the class to have a twin-turbo gas engine, the 2017 F-150 gives you the power you want out of a truck. You can't forget about the aluminum head that has been reconfigured to decrease friction, which improves performance. The F-150 has lighter pistons and low-friction rings that reduce loss and better the overall efficiency.