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Ford F-150

Price $30,499 – $77,679
Fuel consumption 9.0 – 15.6 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 78%(view ratings)
Canada’s best-selling vehicle for half a century, the F-150 benefits from styling revisions for 2018, including new grille, headlight clusters, bumpers and alloy wheels. Aside from the twin-turbo, 2.7-litre V6 (315 horsepower), the 5.0-litre V8 (395 hp) and the twin-turbo, 3.5-litre V6 (375 hp, or 450 hp in the F-150 Raptor), a 3.3-litre V6 (290 hp) now serves as the base powerplant. A 3.0-litre, turbo-diesel V6 will eventually be added as well.

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First Drives2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke: the "Little" Workhorse
DENVER, Colorado – Ford’s been teasing us for quite some time with the idea of a diesel-powered F-150. It’ finally among us, and while its engine is more French than American, at last, Ford will sell you a half-ton work truck with decent fuel economy. We sampled the rig in …
Test Drives2018 Ford F-150: Minor Tweaks to the Industry Leader
Ford’s crown jewel undergoes a slight refresh for 2018 and continues its success as the best-selling vehicle in Canada. It sure looks like that gamble to move toward a new aluminum-based construction for this generation has paid off. With significant weight savings in the bank, Ford was able to offer …
First Drives2018 Ford F-150: Still the Benchmark
Model year 2018 sees the F-150 undergo a few cosmetic and mechanical changes, but the big news is that North America's best-selling vehicle will finally be available with a diesel engine. Sure, we haven't test driven it yet, but that doesn't mean that the event we attended last week to …
First Drives2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: A Monster With Manners
PINCKNEY, Michigan – The F-150 SVT Raptor was an instant hit after its introduction in 2011. The huge success was befitting of this all-muscle version of Ford’s best-selling vehicle, which was built for off-road driving. So it’s not surprising that the blue oval brand has just premiered a new generation …
Spotlight on2017 Ford F-150 Raptor: We’re Hitting the Dunes This Week!
It’s about time. The new Raptor, based on the current-generation Ford F-150, was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in January 2015. Almost two years ago. And the automaker has been teasing us with regular press releases since then, unveiling each nut and bolt of the vehicle at a time.
Test Drives2016 Ford F-150 Lariat FX4 Crew Cab: 5.0 Litres of Happiness
By now, you probably know that the current generation of the Ford F-150 is built with aluminum body panels, and that it offers several powertrains, including two turbocharged V6 engines. It’s never an easy choice for us to decide which full-size pickup we prefer, as the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC …
Test Drives2015 Ford F-150: Pulling Even
For automakers, being number one sometimes makes you err on the side of caution when redesigning a popular model. If you're already on top, the logic goes, why take the risk of shaking things up? The 2015 Ford F-150 proves that from time to time, major players are willing to …

News

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New ModelsUpgraded 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor to Have More Bite; Here’s Proof
Terrific news for avid off-road enthusiasts: Just two years after the second-generation model made its debut , the leaner and meaner Ford F-150 Raptor is getting some important upgrades to push the limits of all-terrain performance even further. First, the Ford Performance team has developed new electronically controlled FOX Racing …
NewsDetails on the 2018 Ford F-150’s Diesel Engine!
During the presentation of the 2018 Ford F-150 at the Detroit Auto Show last year, the automaker announced the upcoming availability of a diesel engine. Exactly one year later, Ford is finally revealing some information regarding this new powertrain, which should hit the market this spring. It’s a 3.0-litre turbo-diesel …
NewsFord F-Series and Honda Civic, Canada’s Sales Champs in 2017
New-vehicle sales have reached a record level in 2017, with more than 2 million units sold for the first time in Canada. The SUV craze is still going strong, and according to Desrosiers Automotive Reports, light-truck sales increased by 8.7%, finishing the year with a 68.6% share of total new-vehicle …
Toronto2018 Ford F-150: Finally a Diesel
Despite the commercial success of the F-150, by far the best-selling vehicle in Canada and in the United States, Ford keeps improving their pickup year after year to preserve its utter domination. The 2018 edition is on display at the Toronto Auto Show after being officially revealed at the Detroit …
Detroit2018 Ford F-150 Gets New Styling, Diesel Engine
The F-150 is by far the best-selling vehicle in Canada and in the United States, and yet Ford keeps piling on changes and improvements to preserve its utter domination. The 2018 edition of the full-size pickup will be officially revealed on January 9 at the Detroit Auto Show, and it …
NewsHennessey VelociRaptor 6x6: More Power... and More Wheels!
Hennessey currently builds two different vehicles with the VelociRaptor name: an SUV based on Ford's last-gen HD trucks inspired by the long-departed Excursion SUV, and a pickup based on the F-150 with off-road credentials. Which is all well and good, but they all miss something... Like a third axle. This …

Videos

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2004
Motoring TV 2004 Episode 6
Michelin Bibendum Challenge 2004 Ford F-150 2004 Mazda6 GM hy-wire electric vehicle cutting engine emissions 24 hour test drives …
Clips
The 2017 Ford Raptor
The meanest truck of the bunch is back. More power, a new transmission, and for some reason, a better fuel economy.
Video Reviews
Review: 2015 Ford F-150
With Texas being Ford's largest pickup market by a country mile, it's natural for the folks at the Blue Oval to hold most of their truck launches in the Lone Star State. Doing so does, however, leave questions for Canadian customers who want to know how said trucks hold up …
Video Reviews
Review: 2015 Ford F-150
We shipped resident truck guy Howard Elmer to Texas to check out the 2015 Ford F-150. So how did it stack up? Check out his review for answers to some of your burning questions. This segment originally appeared on Episode 4 of Motoring 2015.
Motoring TV
Kenzie's Korner - Thoughts on the aluminium F-150
Jim is not Motoringtv's truck guy, we leave that to Howard Elmer and Bill Gardiner. However, Jim can't resist a comment on Ford's decision to go aluminum on an already hugely successful vehicle. What do you think? Let us know at Motoring TV's facebook. Motoring 2014, Episode 14 Â …