2018 F-150 XL

Starting at $27,380

2018 F-150 XLT

Starting at $32,970

2018 F-150 Lariat

Starting at $40,685

2018 F-150 Raptor

Starting at $49,785

2018 F-150 King Ranch

Starting at $51,600

2018 F-150 Platinum

Starting at $54,155

2018 F-150 Limited

Starting at $60,520


A more potent engine lineup than ever.

Ford engineers work to make the F-150 pickup better every year and push the competition to try to keep up on the performance front. There are five engine choices, naturally aspirated and turbocharged, including the awesome high-output 3.5L EcoBoost® in the Baja-bred F-150 Raptor. Auto Start-Stop Technology is on all engines. And more engines feature the segment-exclusive 10-speed automatic. Even bigger F-150 news coming down the road is the new 3.0L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel (available spring 2018) built for severe-duty service, performance and durability.

Ford's engineers have also  improved the core specs of the high-performance EcoBoots engine. Not satisfied with the high power ratings of their 3.5L EcoBoost®, Ford engineers designed the second generation of this potent EcoBoost with even higher ratings of 375 horsepower and best-in-class 470 lb.-ft. of torque, beating out all gas and diesel competitors. This engine delivers the F-150 max best-in-class tow rating too. Big improvements: Fordfirst port fuel and direct injection (PFDI) with two injectors per cylinder-one in the air intake port and another inside the cylinder-to improve power and efficiency. All-new twin turbos for greater on-demand power. A more responsible plus high-end-efficient 10-speed transmission.


Make the most of your ride.

Ford F-150 delivers best-in-class payload and tow ratings. It can be equipped to smooth out the toughest of workdays and make every job as productive as possible. Choose from the many class-exclusive features - among them the innovative available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, integrated tailgate step and remote tailgate release, and deployable box side steps.

Because moving heavy equipment and payloads is the cornerstone of the F-150's reputation as a hard worker, Ford has tuned its trailing technology to offer standard trailer sway control with AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC®) plus the following optional features:

  • Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ - synchronize truck and trailer while backing up
  • Dynamic hitch assist with line-of-sight guide - direct the hitch to the trailer receiver
  • Smart trailer tow connector - alerts to connectivity issues plus lighting and battery problems
  • 8" productivity screen - trailer information
  • Factory-installed trailer brake controller - synchronize truck and trailer brakes
  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with trailer coverage* - alerts when a vehicle is in your blind spot or alongside the trailer.


Redefining rugged.

Yesterday's meaning of tough - heavy strength - has changed forever with high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy replacing conventional steel in the cab/bed of the stronger yet lighter Ford F-150. Not aluminum in the household sense, but heat-treated and hardened aluminum alloy - the same high-grade 6000-series used in big military and industrial applications. This bold concept took shape with advanced computer-aided design technology, followed by F-150 prototypes subjected to over 10 million cumulative miles of torturous testing on Ford proving grounds and in real world jobs.

Doing something the right way often results in multiple benefits. Case in point: going from steel to high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloys in the F-150 cab and bed. Hardening aluminum alloy through heat-treating produces greater strength. Working with aluminum alloy also allows engineers to increase gauge (or thickness) where needed to achieve extra strength without increasing weight. The stronger F-150 weighs up to 700 lbs. less than the previous generation, resulting in greater power-to-weight ratio, enhanced fuel efficiency, plus higher maximum payload and tow ratings that are best in class. Yet another benefit - resistance to dents and corrosion.


Working harder to help you work smarter.

Tough jobs require trucks that can take all the dirt and heat thrown at them - and then some. But while your truck must be built to work hard, that doesn't mean you have to work hard. That's why Ford engineers have gone to great lengths to make the current generation of the F-150 so easy to operate, whether you're inside the cab or working out of the pickup bed. F-Series offers a broad range of features from the available integrated tailgate step and deployable box steps to the available 360-degree camera and SYNC® 3 with SYNC® Connect. So you can work smarter, more productively.

For example, the available 8" LCD productivity screen provides useful information from fuel economy to towing data, all right in front of you on the instrument cluster. You can create a customized home screen using six menu options-My View, Trip/Fuel, Truck Info, Towing, Off-Road and Settings - and access your most frequently used screens in one place. Standard in F-150 LARIAT, King Ranch® , Platinum and Limited.

Want to Learn More About the 2018 Ford F-150?

If you would like to learn more about the 2018 Ford F-150, or if you have any questions about our selection of vehicles, we invite you to stop by Twin Pine Ford in Ephrata, PA. Our team is here to assist you with all of your automotive needs, from purchasing to servicing, and everything in between!


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