2019 F150 Truck
2019 F150 Truck If the Ford F-150 is known for everything besides its ability to be a cash cow for the Dearborn car manufacturer, it is the abundance of different options for the pickup truck. The number of different configurations is amazing-bed length, number of doors, interior materials, wheels and motors are just the tip of the iceberg. Then there are the various trims that include XL, XLT, Lasso, King Ranch, Raptor, platinum, and top Tier limited. This is a lot of choice for what is especially an open bed with a passenger compartment. There are only so many ways to cut a pickup truck.
With so many variants, it’s no surprise to see a current Gen F-150 on the road testing with a few updates, such as this 2019 Ford F-150 Limited recently spied test. Visible changes are minor. The top tier F-150 already packs many treats inside and out. However, a difference is on the back with the rear bumper.
After its 2015 redesign, the F-150 went through a few major powertrain updates for 2017 and 2018. When the 2019 comes F-150, but we do not expect to see any notable changes. As a transfer model, no major updates are expected for the 2019 F-150 ‘s looks. We could see a few new colors added and maybe some trim updates, but nothing is confirmed yet. Inside we expect much of the same as the F-150 should continue with its functional and comfortable cabin that can be downright luxurious in higher trimmings.
Without changes in the works, we also expect the 2019 F-150 ‘s list of standard features that remain the same. If this is true, we expect that there are 17-inch wheels, manual windows, vinyl floors, an AM/FM radio, manual locks, air conditioning, and a tilt and telescopic steering wheel. While these features may sound too easy, buyers must keep in mind that the bottom trimmed F-150s are geared at work to use, not the pleasure. To get into the multi-passenger-focused F-150s, customers may want to start from the XLT panel.
In 2019, F-150 Limited, the changed bumper is now integrated in the dual exhaust system. This is similar to what the RAM and GM have done in their trucks. The dual exhaust system makes the car look more sophisticated and more uniform. However, the limited exhaust seems to be further pushed into the corners of the bumper like its competitors. But now Ford has finally jumped into the train. It’s a good look at a truck that’s coming for a long time.
Like the current limited truck, the 2019 model will be equipped with a 3.5-litre Ford EcoBoost engine under the hood of an engine that is connected to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The engine produces 375 hp and 470 pounds of foot with torque. Limited to 2019. The F-150 will run on the 22-inch aluminium wheels that are standard on the vehicle, complementing its excellent appearance and price.
Now that the double exhaust is finally integrated in the rear bumper F-150, this function shall be able to percolate through the storage if necessary. Not every truck will have this option – then you need to reconfigure the F-150 to the right and you can choose it. Ford F-150 Limited should make its debut within the next few months.
Under the 2019 F-150 ‘s hood, we expect that its abundance of constantly changing engines will remain the same. If this proves to be the case, the base engine will remain the new-for-2018 3.3-liter V6 with 290 hp and 265 pounds-feet of torque. The next step is a revised-for-2018 2.7-liter turbo V6 with 325 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. Moving up to the 5.0-liter V8 you get 395 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
2019 F150 Truck
Finally, the 3.5-liter turbocharger V6 has two power levels: 375 ps and 470 lb-ft in standard models, and 450 PS and 510 lb-ft in the Beasty Raptor. Each engine except the base V6 pairs with a 10-speed automatic transmission-the base 3.3-liter keeps things old-school with its six-speed automatic.
Pickup trucks are notoriously horrible in IIHS safety tests, but the current Ford F-150 is a rare exception, earning Top Safety Pick honors both in its extended cab and crew cab configurations. It almost hit the top Safety Pick + mark, but its “poor” headlight tests knocked it down a notch. One thing to note is that this IIHS Top Safety Pick rating is with optional automatic emergency braking. We expect these reviews to remain the same for everyone for 2019.
We expect the 2019 F-150 ‘s production kick-off in October, which would put it on pace for a late fall or early-winter arrival in showrooms. Since there are no changes in memory for the 2019 F-150, we expect its prices to remain close to the 2018 model, which ranges from $29,100 to $65,670 (destination charges included).