Different Ford Truck Models
One of the hardest things about shopping for a new car is trying to find the best car for the money that you are spending.
12:33 29 November 2019
It doesn't make things easier when a car dealer has multiple versions of that car available, how on earth are you supposed to tell a difference aside from the size of the car and the amount of seats that are available on the inside?
In this story, we are going to go over some of the different Ford Truck models so that you can tell them apart a little more.
We will go over a couple of different truck models, but we are going to make it as simple as possible to understand. This way, you get the information that you actually understand, not all of us can be car experts. Without further introduction, here are the truck models.
First on the list, the Ford Ranger. This truck model was introduced back in 1958 and was labeled as a pretty popular truck when it replaced the previous Ford Courier.
The truck lasted a long time but eventually was discontinued in 2011. But don't worry, this truck is back and the 2019 Ford Ranger is better than ever.
It's a mid-sized truck that will give you 270 lbs of Horse Power and can run 21 miles per gallon in the city, and 26 miles on a highway. Not to mention that this truck can tow up to 7,500 lbs.
Next up is the Ford F-150. This is the truck you go to if you want a more heavy duty vehicle that you know will get the job done while still being affordable. This truck will seat six people and will still give you 20 Miles per gallon, to 26 Miles per gallon depending on where you are driving it.
This is something that is rare to see in a bigger vehicle but Ford likes to treat their customers and their trucks right. This truck is much larger than the one listed above and can tow up to 8,000 lbs.
The Ford F-250 might cost you a little more money when it comes to gas mileage, but if you are looking for a big truck that you can depend on getting the big stuff out of the way, this is the Ford truck that you want.
The Ford F-250 will only get you 15 to 20 miles per gallon in the city, but to make up for it you can tow up to 21,000 lbs. If you have a lot of things that you need to move or if you need to tow another truck, this is a truck that will get your job done.
Don't worry if the towing weight limit is too low for the job that you want to get done. The Ford F-350 is here to save the day. This truck model can tow up to 31,000 lbs. That's 10,000 more than the previous model.
This is the truck most people go to when they plan on towing and carrying around heavy things. The only downfall is you can only get 11 to 13 miles per gallon with this model. But as long as you keep it filled up, you should be fine.
There you go. A couple of different Ford trucks that you can look through and get further information on if they look like trucks that you want to get your hands on. There are plenty more Ford trucks available, but to save us all time, these are the best of the best.