Here’s Why the Ford F-150 is My Favorite Truck and Better Than Toyota

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Are ford f150 reliable

what's america's favorite vehicle will give you a clue it's not a motor car if you guessed the ford f-150 pickup you are right according to auto week in the past three years an average of 900 000 f-150 pickups have been sold each year that's 2 486 pickups per day 103 every hour 24 hours a day seven days a week now that's a lot of pick up what makes the f-150 pickups the top-selling american vehicle since 1981. it's nearly 40 years during this time a total of 40 million ford f-150 pickups have been sold just to give you an idea of how many that is imagine parking them a bumper to bumper in a long line the line could circle the globe not once but multiple times there's a lot to be amazed about when it comes to the ford f series firstly it was the first real purpose-built pickup truck until then the pickups were just an afterthought secondly today only 15 of these pickups actually do what they're originally built for it started a new trend that has continued to this day ford f1 pickup was built as a workhorse but it soon became a popular personal vehicle loved by all americans the f-150 was only officially released in 1972 but its story started much earlier than that since 1947 world war ii was ended and car companies that were focused on supplying vehicles for the troops now turn their attention to getting ordinary americans moving again say you're handyman that year you need a vehicle to do your job so you take a look at your options there aren't many in fact you only have two choices you can get a heavy duty truck but it's way too big you don't have that much stuff you need to transport and you need to use the vehicle for personal use too since you don't have enough money to buy two vehicles how's your day gonna feel when you arrive to pick her up in a monster truck there are smaller trucks but they are really just lightly modified passenger cars don't have enough space for your load and they aren't nearly tough enough for what you need feel a bit like goldilocks even less options should you choose the truck that's too big or the modified passenger car it's too weak luckily for you ford has just released a third option which is just right it's the f1 pickup truck a purpose built half punt pickup built from the ground up it's specifically designed for like truck use and doesn't look anything like the afterthought of a passenger car maker while competitors only offer inline six cylinder engines ford f1 has three options one of which is a legendary 100 horsepower v8 yeah back in the day 100 horsepower was a lot it also has some passenger car comforts including a wide cab and curved one-piece windshield not seen in any of its competitor there are options for a passenger side sun visor and windshield wiper as well as a c-clear windshield washer this is operated by foot puncher and useful for people whose job takes them to dirty or muddy environments and it comes with additional chrome prim and two horns it is marketed as the 1948 f1 bonus built pickup ford advertising claims the trucks are the amazing result of time proved proc engineering principles they call it the ford bonus built construction which claims to make trucks stronger and last longer ford's intent is to create something rugged but comfortable for commercial operations but people soon start seeing the advantages of having a vehicle that can handle light hauling duties horse owners will need to carry a few bales of hay now they can do this with a vehicle that is comfortable enough for everyday use too soon driving a truck doesn't mean you're a farmer or ranch hand the f1 appeals to a much larger market people begin buying them for lifestyle reasons and using them as passenger cars ford is quick to recognize the trend it started so the next generation model is designed with this wider market in mind let's take a trip to the evolution of the iconic f-150 to see what changed and what stayed the same a massive redesign for the second generation includes features to turn the f-100 from a work truck to a vehicle that anyone in the family can drive burning radius is reduced automatic transmission power steering seat belts and heating and ventilation systems are introduced roomier interiors include options like radios dome lights armrests and cigarette light is at this point that the series name has changed from f1 to half ton f100 f2 and f3 merging to become the three quarter ton f-250 and f4 became the one-ton f-350 the third generation sees a modern new body with integrated fenders and hood and a clamshell design four-wheel drive models become available the fourth generation sees the series become longer and lower a mid-cycle design introduces the twin i-beam front suspension which allows the front wheels to run independently this results in more maneuverability and a smoother ride the ranger name makes its first appearance as a pickup it's used to denote the high level styling pack fifth generation 1967 to 1972 dimensions of the fifth generation increase again and plusher trim levels become available the grille design gets updated a camper special 1972 f-250 is introduced the sixth generation introduces a legendary f-150 model in an effort to avoid emissions restrictions this becomes the best-selling truck ever it sits between the f-100 and the f-250 the four-wheel drive super cab is released four seats now mean you can use it as a family car even though the rear door is a little awkward the seventh generation is the first ground-up design since 1965.

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