2018 Ford F-150 Gets Long-Awaited Turbodiesel

The Ford F-150 has been ahead of the pack since its current generation launched in 2015, and with continuous improvements, that doesn’t look likely to change. In 2017, it leads the pack in towing, payload, and torque, and when the 2018 model goes on sale with its new 3.0-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel V6, its towing abilities will grow, as will its efficiency.

Fronted by seven grilles for each trim on the F-150, the new truck will also come with expanded features, an overall cleaner look, and upgraded engines and transmissions. The ten-speed automatic that debuted last year will come standard with every engine but the new naturally-aspirated 3.3-liter V6 (replacing the old 3.5-liter unit). In addition to the turbodiesel V6, the 2.7-liter EcoBoost, and 5.0-liter V8 will have upgraded components to improve gas mileage and power. Ford claims the new pickup will be the most efficient and capable F-150 yet, and we’re excited for them to release the official numbers.

For more information on the current F-150—which leads its class in towing and payload—contact our Ford dealership in Duluth, MN at your convenience.

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