Ford Truck Innovations


When you choose an F-150 from Link Ford and Lincoln of Rice Lake, you’ll get tons of new innovations. Stop by and take a test drive, especially if you are looking for a truck with an excellent safety record and tons of innovations.

The Powertrains

The F-150 comes with a 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine. This is the second generation for this technology. This year’s EcoBoost four-cylinder makes 325 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque. The engine features a compacted upper iron block and features auto stop and start. This model gets 19 mpg* in the city and 26 mpg* on the highway, the highest of an half-ton truck.

The F-150 has a max payload of 3,270 pounds and can tow up to 8,500 pounds. Because of the way the truck is built, it’s lighter and can carry or tow more weight. Max payload is about 1,000 pounds more than other trucks.

The F-150 also has an available 5.0-liter Ti-VCT eight-cylinder engine. When purchased with the the V-8 power plant, the F-150 has 16 percent power to weight improvement.

The Body

The truck is the first in its class to use high-strength military grade aluminum for the body. In addition to being much lighter, the aluminum alloy body won’t rust. The frame is made from lighter and stronger steel than old style steel frame.

Additional Features

The F-150 sports a 5-star NHTSA crash rating and the front features a 12-sided high-strength steel front frame horn.

Additional features include pro-trailer backup assist, a fully flat floor with under-seat storage, at least one standard wall outlet for charging electronics, a lane keeping system, an optional 8-inch productivity screen, hitch assist, a rearview camera and a tailgate step to make it easy getting in and out of the bed.

Visit Link Ford and Lincoln of Rice Lake

Stop by Link Ford and Lincoln of Rice Lake to test drive the new F-150 and to learn more about this model’s newest innovations and convenience, safety, security and entertainment features.

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