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Did you know the Ford F-Series is the best selling truck for 43 years? 

Are you in the market for a new truck but don't know where to start?

Keep reading, and we'll give you a complete guide to the 2020 Ford truck lineup, and before you know it, you'll be headed to Steve Marsh to pick out your new truck. 

Why Choose the 2020 Ford Truck Lineup? 

Ford is one of the most well known American car and truck manufacturers. From the countless inspirational stories from Henry Ford's inception of the first Ford automobile 117 years ago to the company we know and love today, Ford is Built Tough.

Ford is known for its rugged capability, outstanding performance, and dependability. They offer pick-up trucks, mid and full-sized SUVs, and the famous Mustang.

There are numerous reasons for selecting a Ford, including carrying large hauls or getting you to and from your destination. You can count on the versatile and hardworking 2020 Ford truck lineup.

The F-150

As one of the most known models from Ford, the F Series trucks is ranked impressively year after year. The F-150 has been Ford’s best selling model. It comes with so many options, so you can build it to suit any need.

One of the biggest cons of driving a truck is the gas mileage; however, the F-150 is a leader in average gas mileage with up to 20 MPG in the city and 26 on the highway. Are you also worried about passenger capacity? Not anymore; these trucks seat six people.

The F-150 gives you six engines options, including:

·         Turbo boost diesel

·         Three eco boost models

·         Ti-VCT  V8

·         Ti-VCT  V6

Just because this truck is considered light-duty, you don't have to worry about it under performing. It has a towing capacity of 5000-8000 lbs and has won best in class for payload capacity.

There have been thirteen generations of the F-150 since its first production in 1948. The F-150 comes with features you'll love, including:

·         Ford Co-Pilot360 technology

·         Automatic braking assist

·         Lane-keeping system

·         Several technologies parking and towing technologies

The F-150 comes with seven trim options to suit every style. With the abundance of trim options, engines, and features, you can pretty much customize or find exactly what you're looking for in your new F-150.

The Ranger

The Ford Ranger was first introduced in 1958 and took a short break recently but is back in the lineup. The Ranger was discontinued in 2011 as a compact truck and brought back in 2019 as a mid-size truck to meet the mid-size truck markets' demand.

The Ranger seats four to five people and averages up to 21 miles per gallon in the city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway. 

The Ranger is available with SuperCab and SuperCrew configurations and trim options that align with the F-150. This 2020 Ford truck offers the FX2 package exclusively on rear-wheel-drive models intended for off-roading, which includes:

·         Off-road tires

·         Electronic-locking rear differential

·         Specially tuned suspension

There is only one engine option for the Rangers. There is a 2.3L EcoBoost 4-cylinder that delivers 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque and uses a modern 10-speed automatic gearbox. Both rear and all-wheel-drive configurations are available across the fleet.

The Ranger is built to meet the Ford tough standard with an optional FX4 Off-Road Package. It has the option for a technology addition with Trail Control and a terrain management system for various terrain modes. The Ranger can tackle sand, mud, grass, gravel, or snow with the terrain management system. 

The Ford Ranger has three trim levels, including the XL, XLT, and Lariat. The Ranger is the perfect ruck for an adventurer, as a best-in-class winner for gas torque and a tow rating of 7,500 lbs. 

The SuperDuty

If you're looking for heavy-duty pickup truck capability, power, and technology, then the new 2020 F-Series Super Duty is for you.

Most notably is the engine power in this Ford truck model. Ford improved its already top-rated performance by adding an expanded line of engine options. Now available is a 7.3L gas V8 as well as the available next-generation 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel. 

The new Superduty truck comes with great features, including:

·         Pro Trailer Backup Assist™

·         FordPass Connect™

·         Lane-Keeping Alert

·         Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage

·         Pre-Collision Assist

·         Automatic Emergency Braking

The Superduty truck gets 13 miles per gallons in the city and 16 miles per gallon on the highway.

If your main goal for your truck is hauling and towing, then this truck is your best option, even over Ford’s other options. Ford focuses on the details when it comes to towing like ten bolts per wheel, larger brake diameters, and so much more.

The Superduty comes in six trim packages as well, maximizing your ability to customize your truck. 


What Do You Think of the 2020 Ford Truck Lineup?

So, now you're in the know when it comes to the 2020 Ford truck lineup. Are you sold on your next set of wheels?

Each model has various sizes and trims you can go with, which expands the lineup even more. From Raptors to F-450's, your options are endless. With features, engines, and trims to consider, you can build your perfect truck with the help of your local Ford dealership no matter what model you go with. 

If you have one of the above Ford truck models in mind or you're open to options, check out our inventory online or stop by to pick out your perfect Ford truck! 

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