The Ford F-150 returns for the 2019 model year and continues to set high standards for light-duty, full-sized pickup trucks. The lineup of six engines consists of a naturally aspirated 3.3-liter V6 and 5.0-liter V8 gas-burning powerplant, three turbocharged gas EcoBoost V6 offerings (including a high-output version making 450 horsepower), and the Power Stroke Turbo Diesel V6. The use of the high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy cab (which is the same high-grade 6000 series used in military and industrial applications) strengthens the truck while reducing weight, allowing for best-in-class payload and towing capability in some configurations.



Trims and Standard Features

There are three cab choices, three bed lengths, and seven trim levels to choose from. Those trims are the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited, and Raptor. The XL offers some solid standard features, including pre-collision auto assist with automatic emergency braking and automatic high beams. The XLT is improved on the outside with chrome accents and painted aluminum wheels, and on the inside with the upgraded SYNC 3 infotainment system with FordPass Connect and a Wi-Fi hotspot. The Lariat receives the 325 hp EcoBoost V6 paired with a ten-speed transmission and adds dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control and Intelligent Access with push-button start, while the King Ranch comes standard with the 395 hp V8, power inverters, reverse sensing system, wood interior accents, a premium B&O audio system, a universal garage door opener, and a grille with chrome two-bar style and Caribou mesh insert.

For intense off-roading, the Raptor is built to handle almost anything. With BFGoodrich all-terrain tires, FOX Live valve shocks, a trail control feature, and a terrain management system, this truck offers the most exciting off-pavement driving experience. Moving up, the Platinum trim includes a blind spot information system, ventilated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. For the most in bells and whistles, the Limited receives the Technology Package (a 360-degree monitor, dynamic hitch assist, a lane-keeping system, and active park assist), dual exhaust, adaptive cruise control, 22-inch polished aluminum wheels, and trim-specific accents; models with the SuperCrew cab get a twin-panel moonroof, which provides an expansive opening to view the night sky.


The 2019 F-150 comes standard with Ford's AdvanceTrac with roll stability control, the SOS Post-Crash Alert System, and the SecuriLock passive anti-theft system. Also standard is the Ford Co-Pilot360 active-safety technology bundle, which helps drivers navigate unexpected obstacles with adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability, a lane-keeping system, automatic high beams, and pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking. Pro Trailer Backup Assist is available for those who pull a lot.

Comfort and Utility

The XL and XLT trims get a 2.3" productivity screen, the Raptor's is 4.2 inches, and the Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims come standard with an 8" LCD productivity screen. With the largest screen, drivers can customize their home screens using four menu options: trip/fuel, truck info, towing, and off-road. This also conveniently shows the driver's most frequently used functions all in one place.

Heated seats are also standard with the Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims, as well as a heated steering wheel for the same trims, except for the Lariat. As for utility, two 4x4 front tow hooks are also standard, as well as four cargo box tie-downs. The Raptor and Limited both get the 36-gallon fuel tank (the other trims get a 23- or 26-gallon tank, depending which cab they have). Some add-on accessories include all-weather rubber floor mats, a 360-degree camera with split-view display, and a 110-volt/400-watt power inverter for the instrument panel and rear-flow-through console.

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