2015 Ford F-150 Values

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2015 model year changes

The Ford F-150 has been completely redesigned for 2015. The new truck is tougher, sturdier and stronger but also lighter and smarter. Ford has injected a healthy dose of modern technology into a class of vehicle that has traditionally valued "proven know-how" over "exciting new possibilities." With the introduction of a second available Ecoboost V6 this year, Ford continues to utilize turbocharged engines in its workhorse pickup truck, which is paying dividends in gas mileage and power.

Competitive comparison

Towing capacity; turbocharged engines; available in a huge variety of trims; improved gas mileage; rugged durability

Special features for 2015

The F-150 might be the most important vehicle made by Ford. It continues to be one of their top selling vehicles, encouraging Ford to put their best foot forward with the 2015 model. The F-150 competes with the Dodge Ram, the Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra 1500 among others, in the full sized truck category. Ford is clearly pushing their new technology and new ideas with the F-150 offering lots of options not available anywhere else in this class, such as a 360 degree camera and integrated loading ramps stowed in the pickup bed. A smaller, more fuel efficient Ecoboost engine is also available for 2015, which should further improve fuel economy while providing the same kind of horsepower that would normally be delivered by mid-grade V8 engines. At the same time, the F-150 continues to excel at traditional truck tasks, with a best in class towing capacity of 12,200 lbs. when properly equipped.

Ford has shed its heavier frame in favor of a reinforced steel one with aluminum panels, getting rid of 700 pounds of body weight in the process. The doors have been trimmed and made sleeker, and now LED head and tail lamps actually come standard with several trim levels. This full-size pickup truck comes in several cabs, each which offer varying bed length and interior room, and include: regular cab, extended cab (SuperCab) and crew cab (SuperCrew). Numerous different trim levels complement this truck, including: base XL, STX, XLT, FX2, FX4, King Ranch, Raptor and Platinum. Standard equipment scores you 17” steel wheels, powered accessories, 40/20/40 split front seat, remote entry and four-speaker stereo system. Upgrades can get you all sorts of fineries, like GPS with touchscreen console, sport-tuned braking and suspension, automatic headlights, fog lights, remote start, larger wheels (as large as 22” alloy), household power outlet, powered front seats, four-wheel-drive, heavy-duty upgrades for towing and suspension, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, heated rear seats, backup camera, wood grain interior trim, premium Sony audio system, and ever so many more. In addition, buyers have an array of engines to choose from. These include: a 3.7-liter V6 engine that offers 302 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque; a 5.0-liter V8 engine that makes 360 hp and 380 lb-ft; a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 365 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque; or a powerful 6.2-liter V8 engine that cranks out 411 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque. Well equipped, the truck can tow over 11,000 pounds. Ford offers a three-year/36,000-mile warranty on the F-150.